Archive for the ‘New Designs’ Category
Gothic mysticism goes minimal in our new design, House of Vapirre
Steeped in mystery (and with no small flair for the dramatic), House of Vapirre complements a cloudless garden party as much as a moonlit ceremony in a lacquered manor library.
A design inspired by the 1870s as much as the 1970s, House of Vapirre includes a variety of paper options.
Want a custom shadow color? Just name it! We’d be happy to oblige. See the Enclosure and the RSVP!
That’s right! Continuing our Bookplate Series, here are four new invitations inspired by some of our favorite women writers! (Originally, it was just going to be a Southern Gothic trio — but we couldn’t help but add one more!)
As always, we combined and re-combined elements to create new interpretations. Eudora took a slight Gothic turn (but have you ever read “A Worn Path?”) and Willa’s Midwestern earthiness could even be seen as a touch steampunk-y. It keeps things fun, you know?
Click on the images to see enlargements!
Black on white just too black? How about white on black?
(By the way, this isn’t unusual. If you like a design, but would *love* it in another color, just let us know. Chances are, we can make you happy!)
Here’s a new invitation design that recalls the heady days of Old Hollywood!
And just because we love nothing more than mixing styles and eras, here’s another silvery treat for your enjoyment!
We are so pleased to introduce a new collection of designs that we call the Pulp Romance Series!
The four designs are rendered in the style of faux magazine covers from the Golden Era of adventure stories. These colorful collections promised sensational action, belly laffs and passionate love stories — just like your wedding!
You can name any background color that you’d like — or choose from any of the four delicate shades seen above: Blush, Nickel, Hint of Mint, and Champagne.
Click on the images to see the designs in more color options!
Announcing a new design that we like to call Million Dollar Trooper!
With its white-on-black elegance, it’s perfect for any affair that toasts the glamour of the Jazz Age.
…and it’s on sale! Until the end the year, take $20 off the base price and see additional discounts for added RSVPs and Inserts. No coupon code required! But after the big ball drops on New Year’s Eve, the discount vanishes like champagne at midnight!
As part of our continuing Design Remix project, we’d like to (re)introduce Nouveau
Now featuring a completely new font scheme, subtler weathering, and softer shading, Nouveau is available as a printed invitation (on heavy linen paper with a gorgeous chocolate reverse!) or a convenient printable.
The RSVP and Enclosure share this new look.
Look for more Design Remixes coming soon!
Named after a legendary bon vivant, Trimalchio was also the working title for Fitzgerald’s Gatsby. And it’s that glittering era that Trimalchio evokes: a playful typeface is nonchalantly framed against a unique wallpaper print (intricately comprised of paintings of famous 1920s and 30s gowns). Available in two styles, “High Tea”
and “Cocktail Hour”
See the whole suite here!
By now, the term “Vintage Modern” has become something of a punchline in the wedding community. However, we feel it actually fits our new series of invitations: 303, 505, 707, 808 and 909. Alternately evoking Bauhaus angularity and early 1980s album covers, this new series looks equally at home in warm meadows and cool, marbled halls.
Be sure to click on the images to see the full suites for each style!
…and here’s a bit of musical accompaniment for this series. (We listened to this album a lot while designing these styles!) Enjoy!
Today we introduce a new invitation design that we’re very excited about: Sunday in Caligo
Like storm clouds surrounding a rainbow, Sunday in Caligo manages to be both dark and bright at the same time.
With Sunday in Caligo, you have the option of including a passage of text, quote or poem on the reverse of the invitation. In the example above, we created a passage that is an homage to the opening soliloquies of the original Dark Shadows episodes (that partially inspired the look of this design). See the whole suite here!
Just wanted to spread the word about our new invitation design that pays homage to an era of soft glamour, an age filled with Living Strings, evening gloves and Chiffon:
Recalling old Hollywood and the fashion salons of Paris circa ’51, Chiffon is perfect for those couples searching for early Mid-Century cool.
And we just have to say that this design would look just grand on our 120lb iridescent pearl linen paper! See the whole suite here.