Brynne from Harken Press sent over these fun vintage-inspired save the dates and invitations that she created for a recent wedding, along with some of the fun day-of wedding stationery details. Brynne started off with an Art Deco-inspired save the date, followed by a classic wedding invitation – all letterpress printed in a beautiful soft metallic gold ink by Quality Letterpress.
From Brynne: The bride and groom were initially inspired by vintage circus posters and the Art Deco movement for their wedding suite. The one color design reflects the mood the couple wanted for the wedding; romantic, unique, vintage inspired, and a little nontraditional.
Each piece uses a gold (slightly metallic) ink and Crane Lettra cotton paper that compliments their neutral color palette of gold, white, and brown. Letterpress printing was the perfect way to add that old world charm and elegance that suited this event. Tim at Quality Letterpress did an amazing job with the printing.
Megan and Micah also had a few extra finishing touches for the big day. Guests were asked to fill out a card with funny memories, their thoughts on why they thought Megan and Micah were perfect for each other, and marriage advice. The cards were hung on a line with clothespins, making it interactive and decorative at the reception. All the guest cards were later compiled into a book to remember the festivities.
So fun! Thanks Brynne!
Design: Brynne Fischer at Harken Press
Letterpress Printing: Quality Letterpress
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Photo Credits: Invitation photos by Harken Press; wedding photos by Sara Kelley Photography
This is such a really elegant and beautiful invitation. I love the way that the bride and groom allowed the guest to be involved in the design by having them write on the cards and then hang them along the clothesline. Overall I just love all the elements of their design in the cards and wedding gifts especially the CD that looks like an old vinyl record! Thanks for the ideas!!!!!
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