Ryan’s nickname is Giraffe; Gabe’s is turtle. Ryan and Gabe wanted a fun, playful, and whimsical invitation. The style of this invitation was inspired by children’s book illustrations from the 1960’s.
Pictured is their Invitation, RSVP postcards, Program, and Thank You Cards.
Rachel and Patrick love books. When they decided to tie the knot they knew they wanted an invitation that looked like an old book. The borders are actual borders from books published in the 1920’s. We had a calligrapher write their names. The drawing of the villa is the place where they would say their vows.
Amanda and Dan’s Vintage Wedding
Amanda and Dan’s vintage wedding
Amanda and Dan told us they should have been born in the forties. Brandon found old maps, photos of planes, and posters and used those as his inspiration for this invitation. For a nice, vintage touch we found old, unused stamps from the flea market, all dated from 1912-1981. Yes, you can still use them.
Rebecca and David’s Key
Something old, something new: Vintage Keys and Crisp, New White
This invitation was inspired by these old keys we found a flea market. Rebecca and David wanted something clean, crisp, and vintage inspired. We chose French Paper’s 100 lbs. whip cream for the paper and grey ink.
To save money we made them a postcard RSVP
Cool Hand Luke’s “Of Man”
This is the album cover for Cool Hand Luke’s “Of Man.” Brandon started the designing process with paintings. A few of them are pictured here. Mark chose is favorite paintings. Brandon carved linoleum blocks for the red and blue. We had a magnesium plate made for the black. Brandon printed them on the ole Vandercook. We used Stumptown Printers’ Arigoto chipboard album covers.