This is my first blog after returning from maternity leave and I’ve gotta say, it’s pretty exciting to be able to post about letterpress wedding invitations again! Oh, how I’ve missed thee! I was basically letterpress printing up until I gave birth. Printing with a belly was not easy, but I somehow did it! With that being said, I wanted to take the time to showcase one of the last projects I worked on before going on leave. I thoroughly enjoyed printing these letterpress cards because the concept was so cute!
When Elizabeth contacted me, she had a clear idea of what she wanted for her letterpress wedding invitations. She has her Masters in 19th Century British Lit and her fiance (now husband) proposed to her over a first edition Pride & Prejudice at a rare books library. With that said, she wanted a Storybook Inspired Letterpress Wedding Invitations. They got married at Aldie Mansion in Pennsylvania and wanted to include an image of the mansion on the invites as well, which she submitted herself. I am so pleased with how it all came together and love the colors she picked. It gave it such a sweet, romantic feel for this storybook inspired letterpress wedding invitations.
Letterpress Wedding Invitations
These invitations were printed on our Pearl White cardstock. The invitation was on the 220# paper and RSVP was on our 110#. She also purchased matching envelopes to go with the suite (not pictured). The letterpress cards were all printed on our C&P.
With their wedding being just a few short months ago, I wanted to also take this time to congratulate the newlyweds! I hope your days are fill with much love and laughter and that your journey into this new life together will be bring you much, much happiness!