April 7, 2011

Waffle Invitations…Simple and Sweet

Posted in Paper at 9:10 am by sewknotwrite

Our lovely invitations went out into the world on Monday!  Hive, here’s yours!

The outer envelope is from Envelopments in Powder Blue and the ink is a Le Plume grey, brush-tip marker.

I found this bird stamp at Paper Source and decided to use it since it is very similar to the birds on the invitation.

Here we are!  The photo is one from our engagement session with the wonderful Nadine Latief of Nadine Studio and the monogram artwork is by the beautiful Mary Lee.

Waffle had the grand idea of hiding the RSVP card behind the actual invitation.

Here’s the whole suite together.  The wisteria pocketfold envelope is from Envelopments as well as the linen, ecru paper.  Matt Gardiner and his people over at American Color Labs in southeast Austin did a beautiful job with the printing and cutting.

The script font is called P22 Cezanne Regular and the other font is Constantia.  We are using antique bells that I have been collecting from ebay as our escort cards/favors/send-off noisemakers, so we thought it would be fun to incorporate the bell language in the RSVP.

Hope you enjoyed our simple suite!

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4 Comments »

  1. Emily P said,

    These are sooo pretty. I have really enjoyed your designs and and going to imitate your STD… That was super creative 🙂

    • emtheartist said,

      Thank you so much!

  2. Barri Hamilton said,

    The invitation “suite” is fabulous!

    Where might I find your registry. 🙂

    xo
    Barri

    • Barri Hamilton said,

      The technically challenged found it.!


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