Posts Categorized: die cutting

work wednesday: kelly + nicholas.

kelly + nicholas will be wed this december at the historic columbia station located in downtown phoenixville, pennsylvania. they wanted to send their guests something unique that would give a hint of their venue and wedding style for their save the dates. we designed a vintage-style train ticket using a palette of gold and wisteria and printed on an ivory metallic paper stock. the groom loved the idea of incorporating an old caboose! the save the dates were completed with custom die cutting on both ends to resemble a ticket, placed into a shimmery gold envelope and were wrapped with an address label. we are looking forward to designing their invitations!

work wednesday: lauren + dennis.

lauren + dennis will be married this coming may at the luxurious beaches turks & caicos resort villages & spa (dee will be attending!!) they loved their passport-inspired save the dates and wanted to continue the travel theme through to the invitations. using the same elements and caribbean color palette of aquas, pinks and corals, we created a custom boarding pass package. we designed an invitation and a perforated rsvp postcard which were mailed in a tropical orange colored pocket. everything was finished with twine and a corresponding luggage tag complete with a mini squirrel for the groom (for those of you that remember from their save the date post!) everything was mailed in matching orange envelopes with custom address labels. dee will definitely be sharing images from this wedding!

work wednesday: bridget + tom.

it’s snowing here! what a perfect day to share this mitten save the date for bridget + tom’s winter nostalgia themed wedding at terrain this coming january. the inspiration came from classic golden books (a childhood favorite) and norwegian knit patterns that bridget brought in during her consultation. we combined those elements to create a memorable save the date for her guests to hang in their home or on the christmas tree for the upcoming wedding. the save the date was printed in full color, then die cut into a fun mitten shape with a hole punch for some old-fashioned cotton-wrapped twine.