Calling Card 909 is part of a series of invitations (along with 303, 505, 707, and 808) that combines design elements from the 1920s and the 1980s to produce minimal invitations that are perfect for a variety of events. Textured weathering, sun-faded colors and geometric lines drawn in soft charcoal pencil work to create a suite that's equally at home in warm meadows and cool, marbled halls.
With the look of a worn notebook from school days gone by, Daydreamers is for anyone who understands that true inspiration can strike when you let your mind wander. Lighthearted and unique, this design is perfect for quirky couples who are no strangers to singing songs of love.
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.
Like sipping champagne while watching a white dwarf go nova, Starcrossed doesn't forget to be glamorous while going over the top. Perfect for the couple who plans to glitter like diamonds at the altar — and on the dance floor!
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 design makes sure your wedding is pure magic.
Table cards are sequential and display the same number on both sides.
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 design makes sure your wedding is pure magic.