In our typical fashion, the Royal Steamline Wireless Series reflects a unique blend of styles and periods. The darkest of the series, Shadowgramme is printed "in reverse" in that what you see is black ink printed on heavy kraft paper. Your names and details are actually not printed, but what emerges from the shadows!
Here's a spooky twist on our popular Pulp Romance series: the Arkham Edition! Decked out in Mythos references and a custom background color we call "R'leyh Gray," this new gothic wedding invitation is perfect for lovestruck cultists with a sense of humor!
Although we can't guarantee it will keep the Reubens out of the big top, we can say that this design is a great way to set the tone for any wedding blending carnival, burlesque, or vintage Americana themes.
Shown here with optional round corners.
For those looking for light-hearted wedding invitations with a darkly comic twist, we present W.O.A. Mimicking the last document you're ever issued, W.O.A. features many hand drawn fonts and elements that embody Mid-Century gothic charm. Just the thing for couples who enjoy a healthy dose of gallows humor!
Dressed to the nines, you two are set to paint the town red! Million Dollar Trooper sparkles like a diamond stickpin and shines likes a new pair of spats. A perfect design for those celebrating the glamour and excitement of the Jazz Age!
This woodcut-style design is the perfect thing for those whose love of their partner narrowly beats their love of the printed word. Made in the style of a vintage woodcut bookplate, Bibliophilia celebrates the next chapter in the grand love story you're about to begin.
The Algonquin Cat celebrates an era of glittering silk gowns, chattering cocktail shakers and hot horns blowing Jazz all night long. Perfect for million-dollar troopers looking to set a stylish scene, this invitation design lets your guests know that your affair will be a real sockdolager! The optional insert features a perforated RSVP that allows your guests to detach the RSVP to return to you and keep the enclosure details.
Our salute to the British Regency era — though perhaps not one of which Mr. Darcy would approve! Featuring period wallpapers, textures and fonts, By George recalls a time marked by extreme luxury and upheaval, all underscored by a sweeping sense of romance and a lust for life.
Featuring a vintage wallpaper reverse (with your choice of two "everlasting" promises), this elegant invitation salutes a charmingly understated master of the more quirky side of Gothic art and literature.
Like storm clouds surrounding a rainbow, Sunday in Caligo harbors a host of mysteries. But what's clear is your love for your betrothed and the way in which you complement each other. Sunday in Caligo is the perfect design for those who know that a single candle -- when held by the right person -- can shine brighter than the sun.
Inspired by the title of a 1960s gothic romance novel, Dark Cypress is a playful mix of mystery and melodrama. Taking cues from Richard Scary, MCM oil paintings, and Leo and Diane Dillon, Dark Cypress is perfect for those who understand the allure of the midnight forest.
On your wedding day, you know two things for sure: you're gonna look fine, and be primed for dancing. Winking a glittery eye at the golden age of glam, Ballrooms of Mars also imagines the perfumed chambers of Dejah Thoris. Blending Bolan and Burroughs, this invitation makes sure your wedding is pure magic.
Celebrating luxury and the surreal, Petit Trianon manages to drip deliciousness while retaining its dark edges. Please note that the RSVP is a real, ready-to-send postcard that requires no envelope; we suggest including stamped RSVPs in the invitation envelopes.
Reflecting a mash-up of real and imagined 1930s North African, German and American elements, Interzone can't decide what it is: the Papers of Transit mentioned so often in Casablanca? Perhaps a rumpled ticket stuffed into AJ's back pocket? Or maybe the guide that someone's been waiting for? Interzone is where one person's life merges with another, and Interzone's vivacious and worldly look fits that idea perfectly.
One of three designs in the Silhouette Series to spotlight the American Arts and Crafts movement, Gamble represents the bridge between Craftsman and Art Deco. Certainly the most glamourous of the three, Gamble gets its name from the magnificent Gamble House of Pasadena. (As always, the names of Royal Steamline designs are symbolic homages and not representational of any single creative work.)
Our loving tribute to an inimitable master of mystery and the macabre, Hitched bears a striking resemblance to the opening titles of the eponymous television series. With a style that could be described as Mid-Century Gothic, this is a wonderful way to set the scene for a lighthearted event that likes to keep one foot in the grave!
Doffing our cap to Mr. Escher, a single woodcut plays a triple role here: rolling waves, lofty clouds and a reedy beach at midnight. Perfect for whimsical couples who appreciate the ethereal, Ship to Shore sends a message out of a dream.
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