Gourmet Invitations Favorites Part 1


These black sued die cut invitations are simply stunning with silver foil print.  They were so stunning, they were featured in Harper’s Bazaar Russia!


Letterpress has been the rage for years.  These destination wedding invitations were designed as a long trifold with with lime green and aqua.  The ikat invitation was ahead of the trend with a custom designed bold pattern.


Our silk invitations are very popular and these invitations were printed with brown foil and were adorned with a custom made infinity symbol.

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Theme invitations are my far our favorite to design.  It allows us to stretch our creative wings.  This invitation was designed for two marathon runners.  The letterpress invitations were printed with gold ink and had two running shoes and wrapped with a custom printed ribbon with a gold “medal”.


For this destination Lake Lanier Georgia invitations, we designed the invitations with cattails and a pair of herons.  The navy blue pocketfold was matched with slate grey and a set of dragonflies.


Another favorite wedding invitation is this gorgeous letterpress invitation with navy blue print and rhinestones and pearls of different sizes that filled the center of a peony flower.

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We love designing destination wedding invitations.  These brown and purple letterpress invitations were design with all square inserts and a lake scene for the couple’s Coon’s Franklin Lodge wedding.


Foil wedding invitations are stunning and these invitations were printed with feathers and silver and hot pink foil.  The front of the invitation had a peacock feather, monogram and two Swarovski™ hot pink rhinestone.


Lastly, Washington DC wedding invitations are our favorite to design.  These modern skyline invitations were for a May DC wedding and had a cherry blossom tree.  The wedding reception was held at the Newseum and we designed the reception card with the Capitol Building.

Interested in any of these invitations? We’d love to work with you.

Thank you to the amazing celebrity photographer, Robert Evans, for all of the invitation photos.

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