Happy Monday everyone! We’re starting the week with some beautiful screen printed wedding invitations and save the dates from Heidi at idieh design. Heidi created a suite that combines rustic elegance with glamorous romance, pairing wood veneer with lace, kraft paper, and mailing boxes full of rosebuds!
From Heidi: When John proposed to Kaitlyn, he not only presented her with a ring, but a tree stump engraved with their own unique monogram – their initials encompassed by a heart and arrow. This piece of artwork would become the inspiration behind all of their paper products, from their save the dates to invitations to all of their day-of stationery.
To announce the celebration, I worked with John and Kaitlyn to create a whimsical wood-inspired kraft save the date. The playful font gave the save the date an informal feel, but the guests were given a sneak peek of the black tie celebration-to-come with hints of lace accents across the bottom. The envelope was personalized with a liner of the couples engagement photo. The save the date was screenprinted by Diskgrunt.
The elaborate boxed invitation built upon the save the date. The main invitation was screenprinted on walnut wood veneer by Cards of Wood and wrapped with gorgeous lace trimming. The entire suite incorporated calligraphy by Jennifer Schmitt.
The tactile invitation was laid on top of dried mini rose petals that introduced additional texture and color to the suite. The response card, envelope, and details card were wrapped together snuggly and attached to the lid. The completed box was sealed with an address label and finished off with custom postage.
Design: idieh design
Calligraphy: Jennifer Schmitt Calligraphy
Photo Credits: Michelle Herrick Photography