Art Deco Letterpress Wedding Invitation Suite by The Windmill Paper Boutique

This impeccably lovely letterpress wedding invitation suite comes to us from Sarah Gluchacki of The Windmill Paper Boutique, based in Boca Raton, FL! Here’s Sarah to tell us more:

Barbara and Jesse’s autumn wedding was held at the Buffalo History Museum in upstate New York. We designed these understated letterpress and foil-stamped invitations with an art-deco feel to set the tone.

See more after the cut!

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We’ve noticed a lot of clients choosing letterpress reply postcards over the traditional reply card + envelope for their wedding invitations, and we’re all for this trend! It saves a lot of time that would be spent opening envelopes, and costs less to mail, too!

Gold and gray color palettes and hand calligraphy accents have been huge hits this year as well, and we love how they came together in this one-of-a-kind set. Our favorite part? The champagne gold foil-stamped envelope liner. This invitation suite was designed and printed in collaboration with Bella Figura (with hand calligraphy accents by Kelle Anne McCarter).

Thank you Sarah! For more information about The Windmill Paper Boutique, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to their website.

What do you think of today’s featured wedding invitation design? Let us know in the comments below!

This post Art Deco Letterpress Wedding Invitation Suite by The Windmill Paper Boutique originally appeared on WeddingLovely Blog.

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