How cute are these tiny newborn footprints? We love designing baby announcements like these. When your baby's footprints are stamped, they can be scanned and used in our letterpress designs for a beautiful keepsake and announcement. There is really nothing sweeter!
We love this modern baby announcement with a proud rooster on top. The combination of fonts, and the two shades of blue seemed perfect for a baby born in the midst of summer. The envelopes were lined in a matching colbalt blue paper, for a fun bit of color popping out. We had a lot of fun designing these baby announcements. And what a great name, too!
Just a very quick post because we can't get over how cute these notecards are.
We can scan the footprints, reduce the size to a tiny little motif like this, and then print these highly-personalized notecards for the new arrival. The letterpress impression really picks out the details of all those cute toes!
We are lucky enough to work with some wonderful clients. One of the nicest elements of being a custom letterpress printshop is that there are times when we begin by printing Save the Date cards...then wedding invitations...then Thank You cards...and then baby announcements! Here are the announcements we printed for the second child of one of our most loyal customers:
She loved the banner design we have used on a few other pieces and the color palette of raspberry and orange is joyful and perfect to celebrate the arrival of a little girl.
It must seem like all of the birth announcements that we print are for twins! We recently worked with a lovely client, Emily, who had given birth to twins during the summer. We printed the prettiest birth announcements for her:
The matte gold looks really smart whilst those two pairs of footprints just melt our hearts. These are the real twins' footprints: it must have been a slightly messy endeavor!
Here's a close-up of the cuteness:
The letterpress technique is perfect for this: it presses into the paperstock and really captures the idea of a tiny footstep! Emily is going to frame one of these for the wall of the nursery!