From preparation to postage, use these tips and tricks to assemble your wedding invitations like a pro!
A blush bridal gown and a floral stamped wax seal? Yes, please! It’s giving…modern day fairytale!
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Muted fall pastels and elegant vintage accents made Hailey and Cody’s wedding day a romantic affair for the books!
Wedding Invitations as Taylor Swift Eras? Yes puh-leaseeee. From Debut to Midnights, we’ve covered them all.
Custom wedding invitations are the very first glimpse for your guests into your big day. Let’s make an impression, shall we?
This shoot was giving all things spring! The citrus-toned color florals, cake, and stationery blended together perfectly.
The wrap is the final touch that ties your suite together – literally! Let’s look at some options with form AND function.
Katherine and Jon’s special day was all about the blue vibes. Blue was the main component of their invitation suite and it complemented all of the details of their day so beautifully.
Jennifer and Phillp’s spring wedding was classy and elegant in all the right ways. Black and gold were the main pieces of their whole wedding design and first made their appearance on their save the dates with gold foil and black letterpress printing.
Kathryn and Teddy’s spring wedding was an elegant affair that was timeless and luxurious. Gold was a key component for Kathryn during the design process and it all started with gold foil on a vellum bellyband for their save the dates.
Rae and Jason’s Fall wedding took place in downtown Winston-Salem. Orange was the main color and that was the focus of the invitations and the details throughout the wedding day.
This styled shoot was a floral masterpiece! Florals can make such a statement and we absolutely loved how they were a part of every area of this day.
Claire and Chase’s romantic wedding consisted of shades of blue and bright colored florals. When discussing her custom invitation suite, we knew both of those things would be the main factors.
This shoot was all things retro and colorful. Focused on a color palette centered around burnt orange, yellows, reds, and pinks, all of the details were pointing towards the 70s.
Three words come to mind when we think about this shoot – timeless, elegant, luxury. Every detail was covered from the earrings to the getaway car, and we’re obsessed with it all!
Arianne and Marcus were finally able to have their fairytale wedding day after a couple of postponements due to the C-word. Their day was nothing short of amazing and it made the wait well worth it.
Macey and Hunter’s Fall Wedding brought all of the moody vibes and we are here for it. We loved this different take from the typical Fall wedding colors.
Macy and Adam’s day may have had some rain, and to most that would put a damper on the day, but in this case they took it as good luck.
Tiffany and Connor’s wedding day was held at their family lake house. Tiffany wanted this to be a special part in the invitation suite.
Chandler and Cameron’s wedding day was beautiful and romantic with touches of boho throughtout. Being held on family land made this memorable day even more special.
Brianne and Dakota’s elegant boho wedding was everything Fall wedding dreams are made of. Brianne’s vision started with their love for Charleston, South Carolina.
We’re huge Beth and Rip fans over here so when the opportunity arose to be part of a Yellowstone styled shoot, it was an immediate yes! The list of vendors for this shoot was straight up #goals.
Outside the theme of “intimate campgroud vibes” and the color palette (bold and punchy, a choice we can get behind), we had full creative control on this suite. It started as most others do, with a typographic plan.
Cameron and Matt’s wedding day was nothing short of a luxury affair. Cameron came to us already knowing that she wanted her invitations to be letterpress printed to coordinate with her classic glam vision.
Sydney and Sam (eventually, thanks to a COVID postponement) had a beautiful Spring wedding in Wilmington, NC. We knew the invitations needed to set the tone.
MK and Corey had an beautiful and intimate private ceremony followed by a large reception. We were tasked with creating a just-outside-of-the-box suite that highlighted their vibrant color palette.
Casey came to us with a vision of making the Protea – the national flower of South Africa and a special nod to Anton’s heritage – the focal point of her invitations (and we weren’t mad at it).
Jessica and Andrew’s sophisticated affair was one for the books. Their invitation suite featured a subtle touch of beach whimsy, the *perfect* shade of greige envelope and a gold wax seal for sparkle.
Meredith and Michael’s dreamy December wedding took place at Wrightsville Manor and included all our favorite things: double thick pillowy letterpress, gold foil, and mongrams.
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Featured Weddings Katherine + Jon October 15th , 2022 | Dallas, TX Katherine and Jon's special day was all about the blue vibes. Blue was the main component of their invitation suite and it complemented all of the details of their day so beautifully. The blue went...
Featured Weddings Jennifer + Phillip April 30th, 2022 | Winston-Salem, NC Jennifer and Phillp's spring wedding was classy and elegant in all the right ways. Black and gold were the main pieces of their whole wedding design and first made their appearance on their save...