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the Dowdys | elopement announcement

The Dowdys were looking for a fun way to announce their elopement (and new address) to family and friends.  We decided to narrate the story of their relationship up to the big day, each milestone accompanied by an icon.We were thrilled with the job Jazy Rain did letterpressing these A2 inserts.  The couple opted to stamp their return address in silver onto a matching envelope.details papers: crane lettra flourescent white 110# printer: jazy rain colors: PMS 257u envelope: smart...

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out of the shop | indie atlantic

Out of the Shop is our chance to move outside our four walls and into our friends’ lives for just a moment, highlighting the work of the amazing photographers, planners, musicians, artists, and rapscallions that inspire us.I met brothers-in-law Andy McEntire and Matt Wiatt of Indie Atlantic over a year ago.  Matt moonlights as a DJ of BOOM-BOOM, mmmm-chk variety (not like this guy) and had contacted me about...

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the national stationery show | what we missed

If you, like me, missed the National Stationery Show in New York last week, you clearly missed some amazing products and people!  I've spent the last week living vicariously through the amazing posts of several wonderful blogs and wanted to share them with you. (post-publication links are in italics) Invitation Buzz had the first post I saw from the show.  They followed it up with five more really great posts. (and perhaps my favorite, an ode...

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here’s an idea: QR invitations

Who says the bleeding edge of the 15th century doesn't jive with the bleeding edge of today? OK, so maybe QR codes aren't exactly bleeding edge anymore, but they certainly aren't mainstream yet.  When I saw this post at Everyday Correspondence, I got to thinking about the use of QR in  letterpressed invitations. It would be easy to create a QR code that direct attendees to your wedding's website to RSVP or plan for a destination affair....

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business cards | and they will know us by our paper trail

Our business cards just arrived from Jazy Rain and we couldn't be happier! Because we're not content to conform, we chose a 2.5" x 2.5" format and opted for about as little information as we could get away with (although, just the logo mark might have been cool, if not a bit cryptic).We chose the industry standard Crane Lettra 110#in Flourescent White.  We'll probably go for the 220# on the next go-round.  In the...

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out of the shop | tina sargeant

Out of the Shop is our chance to move outside our four walls and into our friends' lives for just a moment, highlighting the work of the amazing photographers, planners, musicians, artists, and rapscallions that inspire us.Today I have the honor of sharing with you the work of a very good friend and amazing photographer.  Tina Sargeant is not only one of the finest photographers I know, she's also been a...

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state of the art | colors:blue

State of the Art is our not-so-regular series where we highlight the work of those in our industry who knock our socks off.  We are proud to be part of such a vibrant, creative industry and strive to create work as excellent as that which we highlight here. This week, we're highlighting color in letterpress.  Of course, we're starting with our favorite color: blue!  It's great how letterpress translates so well for modern and classic designs....

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ten invitation materials besides paper

Letterpressed paper is not the only way to inform people of your upcoming wedding.  Many of the innovative materials used for business cards would make for excellent choices for save the dates!  Below is a list of some of our favorite choices.  If you're up for trying one, drop a line.1} Meat2} Balloons3} Cloth4} Photographs5} Metal6} Wood7} Plastic8} Cardboard9} Rubber10} Ones and Zeros...

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state of the art | save the dates

State of the Art is our not-so-regular series where we highlight the work of those in our industry who knock our socks off.  We are proud to be part of such a vibrant, creative industry and strive to create work as excellent as that which we highlight here. Wedding Save the Dates offer couples a chance to shine.  Because they are sent anywhere from four to twelve months prior to the wedding, couples often haven't had the...

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