The wedding stationary for Kristine and Kenji included an invitation for their reception, response card with envelope, custom liners for the envelopes, a custom stamp for the return address, and a custom wax seal. The suite was printed digitally on soft white paper. To save on time and costs, the address labels were printed on circular stickers, mimicking the gradient “rising sun” on the cards.

Dan and Holly came to me with some ideas they had in mind from viewing wedding invitations and save the dates on Pinterest and wanted to use a Mason Jar as the theme. I loved their ideas and wanted to create something based off of them, but also unique that hasn’t been seen before. I created custom lettering for their names, making it similar to the classic “Ball” jar logo, and paired it with a handcrafted and watercolor look. Their wedding colors of wheat and lavender worked beautifully with a sepia version of their engagement photo.

The wedding stationary for Diane & Paul included an invitation, response card, website insert, envelope with patterned lining, dining menu chalkboard, and a hand bound ceremony program booklet. I hand screen printed the invitations and rsvp, so that each is a piece of art for the invited guests to enjoy. I had custom rubber stamps created for the website insert and return address to help save on costs. I did embossed hand calligraphy on the envelopes and printed a special pattern to line the envelopes. I also made a custom wax seal stamp by burning a design on a wooden dowel.

The stationary set for Jeffrey & Rachel’s wedding invitations included an invitation and response card, which was plate printed at a local shop. I did hand calligraphy for the envelope address, lined the envelopes with silver paper, and created card enclosures out of vellum and Japanese paper.