Citrus + Stitched Wedding Invitations

Love, love the beautiful orange and blue color palette and stitching details in this wedding invitation from Flush Designs featuring vintage illustrations of citrus fruit and blossoms:





And of course I love the kraft paper envelopes, also with a citrus detail printed over the fold.  So lovely. Check out more over at Flush Designs!

{images by Erin Hearts Court via Flush Designs}

Lovely Floral Screen Print Artwork

It looks like I’ve got a thing for pretty + feminine pieces today.  But you can’t really go wrong with something pretty, can you? And I do love the (pretty) muted pink tones of this screen print from NiftySwank:

And with a signed and numbered limited edition run of 18, you might want to scoop one up sooner rather than later.  There are a bunch of lovely prints in her papernstitch shop right over here.
{images via NiftySwank}

Wedding Invitations — Night Owl Paper Goods

I’m kind of a sucker for anything printed on wood veneer.  Wedding invitations, greeting cards, even programs and other custom wedding stationery, I love it all.  One of my favorite designers of wood veneer invitations is Night Owl Paper Goods – and I think their wedding invitation portfolio definitely speaks for itself:





{squirrel vows}



In addition to wood veneer wedding invitations, Night Owl Paper Goods has a gorgeous collection of both wood veneer and letterpress stationery, greeting cards, and art prints, which you can find on their website.  Night Owl Paper Goods also put together one of my favorite booths at the NSS back in May, which you can check out right here!

{images via night owl paper goods}

{rubber stamp business cards}

I'm just about in awe of these business cards made using rubber stamps:

I love everything about this business card design – the bold font, slightly angled text, and particularly the definite handmade vibe that comes from using a wood handle rubber stamp.  I have no idea how the designer got all of these to line up so perfectly (other than lots and lots of practice), but I'm definitely inspired to give this idea a try myself in a future project.  
Learn more about the printing process over at FPO right here.
{images by sassen design via FPO}