This handmade wedding invitation represents a collaboration between a fine press and groom/designer Taylor Gorman.  Taylor brought the designs and an antique dictionary while we brought the materials, connections and quite a bit of labor to the project.

The couple wanted a rustic, handmade feel and something their invitees could take away with them.  We suggested they go with one of Porridge Papers‘ plantable papers – in this case, one that blooms wildflowers – so the invitation could live on in their friends’ and family’s gardens.  We stitched a page from an antique dictionary to the back and attached a handmade pocket reminiscent of library return cards.  The pocket holds the couple’s RSVP postcard, also made of Porridge’s plantable paper.

Affixed to the entire assembly is a hand-stamped strip of muslin with the couple’s monogram (echoed on the front of the envelope).  We attached the muslin to the invitation with two lengths of twine through a brass grommet.
We love turning our clients’ visions into tangible reminders of their upcoming weddings!  We’d be thrilled to do the same for you; contact us to get started.

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