Light as a feather, Meghan’s calligraphy seems to be floating on air, or the paper in this case. Very delicate but it certainly makes an impact!
Fanciful flourishes and embellishments fill the space in such a wonderful way. You can tell that Meghan has an eye for details.
You can see more of Meghan’s calligraphy here. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to view her photography and design work as well!
Photo Credits: M. K. Sadler]]>
From Megan: When Lauren, a friend from college, told me that she was getting married and wanted Ruby the Fox to do her wedding stationery, let’s just say I was a little bit excited! After talking about the vibe for her wedding weekend, there is only one word to sum it up: rustic.
We played with a soft and super feminine palette of blush, white, and kraft, and used lots of lace elements throughout. The wedding invitation suite was foil and letterpress printed on a number of different paper stocks, and we pulled in ribbon, twine, and a custom wax seal to tie it all together!
Design: Ruby the Fox
Ruby the Fox is a member of the Designer Rolodex – you can see more of their beautiful work right here or visit the real invitations gallery for more wedding invitation ideas!
Photo Credits: Mary Kate McKenna Photography]]>
I’m loving these tropical and vintage-inspired designs!
These cards are inspired by vintage handkerchiefs!
You can check out the full collection over at Antiquaria right here! Congrats Bailey and Emma!]]>
From Jessie and Jen: This wedding suite features a desert night sky with the couple’s astrological sign constellations (Virgo and Pisces) prominently glowing above the boulders at their actual wedding venue. The invitation, RSVP, and map are inspired by their wedding location just outside of Joshua Tree National Park. Most of the text is hand lettered except the text in teal on the invitation, which is a font I made from my handwriting.
Each piece of the suite was custom designed to reflect the couple’s style, romance, and humor. They wanted to kindly ask their friends and family with children to leave their little ones behind, hence the kid wrapped in a snake. The text on the RSVP read, “We love your kids but so does the desert wildlife. Please leave them at home.” The invitation and RSVP are letterpress printed in vivid teal, coral-rose, and warm gray. The map is conventionally printed in full color on matching pearl white paper.
Thanks Jessie & Jen!
Check out the Designer Rolodex for more talented wedding invitation designers and the real invitations gallery for more wedding invitation ideas!
Photo Credits: Shipwright & Co.]]>
Love the fruit motif – you can choose your favorite, from pomegranates to cherries to pineapples!
p.s. How great is this colorful letterpress fruit print? I’m kind of obsessed…
More over in Erin’s shop right here!]]>