Romantic Roses in the Catskills Wedding

Another wedding in the works during our month of florals! Congratulations to Mary and Ryan for their wedding in the Catskills today. They chose our Roses design, but customized it with a unique placement of the floral illustration. The rose is centered on their invitation card, but printed in a tint of gray for a subtle background effect.

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Meadow-themed wedding invitations

Lauren and Tyler approached us with a really beautiful layout that they had designed themselves. It features a freeform border consisting of all sorts of seasonal flowers and herbs. meadow-blue-floral-letterpress-wedding-invite

The simplicity of the font allows the fine illustrations to really shine through. We also adore the subtle ampersand behind the couple's names.

When it came to laying out the RSVP card, they replicated a single element of the design and used the same fonts and pale blue ink to create a unified look. Just so pretty!

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Hydrangea Wedding invitations

Even though all of the couples we work with have their own vision and ideas when it comes to their wedding stationery, there are a few requests that come up quite frequently. We are often asked for images and illustrations of hydrangeas. We love these flowers. Whether in white, pale green or purple-y blue they are always so pretty. Here's a suite we printed a couple of years ago for a very sweet couple:

We love the subtle ink colors and the illustration of the bunch of hydrangea is beautifully detailed:

And did we mention that our set of blue hydrangea coasters would be the perfect guest favor or part of a bridesmaid gift:

And finally, if you need a little more inspiration, how about this rustic bouquet, featuring hydrangea and rosemary:

Soap and candle packaging for Saipua

We feel really lucky to have the chance to regularly print tags and other printed materials for the family-owned business, Saipua. Based in New York, they are another great, local business that focuses on quality materials and pitch perfect execution. They've been making olive oil based soaps for well over a decade and all of their products look and smell simply divine! Here's a photo of the cedarwood candle with a tag that we printed:

That design is so pretty; the flowers intertwined with a snake. It perfectly captures the haunting beauty of all of Saipua's flower arrangements. Seriously, we can't get enough of the stunning photographs from their blog.

Towards the end of last year, we also worked on another item, this time for a sampler of soaps. Once again, the illustration was gorgeous and this time we printed in a luxuriant matte gold ink: