A little party never hurt nobody! We’re loving these modern and funky art-deco gold foil and floral wedding invitations from Jennifer of Society Paper Goods. Geometric patterns, adorable hand lettering, and glamorous gold foil – it’s all there folks! The multifunctional coaster details cards are the perfect way to toast to the happy couple before the celebration!
From Jennifer: This stationery suite was designed for a couple who was planning a glamorous, Old Hollywood-inspired fall wedding. We had a completely blank slate to create stationery that gave guests a fabulous first impression of their special day and did so through bold colors and metallics, “statement” pieces, delicate letterpress details, and cohesive packaging.
We loved the idea of a black invitation with white and gold foil! It seemed like the perfect statement piece in a world of often white or ivory invitations. The bride and groom’s names were handwritten just for this project (this special handwritten lettering found its way onto other pieces like the details card, RSVP card, save the date, and program).
In lieu of a traditional details card, we chose to die-cut the card into the shape of a coaster; we knew this wedding was going to be a party and maybe even reminiscent of Gatsby’s great parties! The coaster, featuring an art deco border, was first letterpress printed by Elefant Press in Dallas and then sent to Saint Louis to be gold foil printed and cut.
The RSVP card showcases another “statement” in the visual pattern on the front side. It too was letterpress printed in Dallas and sent to Saint Louis for foil printing and finishing. We completed the invitation suite with emerald green velvet ribbon, hand-sewn by the bride’s mother herself, and floral envelope liner, both strong features of the overall look of the wedding. Lauren Saylor at A Fabulous Fete added her gorgeous calligraphy to put the beautiful finishing touches on this invitation suite.
The save the date, featuring childhood photos of the bride and groom, also showcased the handwritten lettering from the invitation suite.
The day-of stationery included whimsical menu placemats, patterned table numbers, floral signage, and a bold, black program featuring the couple’s monogram which was foil-stamped on the cover.
Photo Credits: Jennifer Walker