This beautiful letterpress printed invitation suite comes to us from Kristin Joiner of 622 press, based in Hamilton, Bermuda! Here’s Kristin to tell us more:
Adrienne is a classic bride planning a traditional ceremony and reception in the heart of small town Pennsylvania. Her vision for the big day was a formal affair in shades of white and ivory with accents of soft rose and warm metallics.
Because her venue has a casual name, she wanted invitations that emphasized the formal nature of the day, which we accomplished with a formal filigree design motif and traditional typography. She also wanted to incorporate her future husband’s family crest, which I re-illustrated from an old photo and worked into their save the dates, flap of the pocket envelope, and the coasters which will adorn their reception tables (she also ordered extras to have on hand at home, which I love!). She had a lot of information to include, so the design was a challenge, but I’m happy with how it turned out!
Once we had the design finished, I printed each piece by hand on my antique letterpress in a subtly metallic antique gold ink accompanied by a custom-mixed shade of pink. I love the mix of paper stocks that reflect her color scheme, employing my favorite bright white cotton paper from Crane, as well as rose inserts, sparkling gold envelopes and a lovely cream pocket to keep everything together. These invitations have been styled with paper florals, also handmade by 622 Press!
Lovely work Kristin, thanks for sharing! For more information about 622 press, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to their website.
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