Couture Paper Goods

Kelly  |  August 15

Now that we’ve had a little behind the scenes look at what goes into making couture paper goods, I thought it would be fitting to end the week with some serious eye candy. Here is just a small sampling of some of my favorite designs.

From Sugar Plum Invitations, this invitation features three runs on the letterpress. One red, one brown and one without ink (called a blind stamp). The look is modern and clean without being cold and stark.

From Laura Hooper, I’m digging the electric purple and how the chandelier graphic is placed in a different location on each piece.

From Emma Rose Papery, I’m loving the intersecting circle border in a soft shade of periwinkle, so feminine and elegant.

From Louella Press, this piece is called Caribbean lace. I’m loving the white ink on the black paper; the intricate design just pops.

From Chewing the Cud, I love the extra long format of this folded invite with the tree and birdies.

Also from Louella Press, and in my favorite color, are these vintage feeling invites. I love the rounded edges and circular format for the menu.

This detail shot of the menu is just gorgeous!

And finally, from Bella Figura, are these invitations that remind me of blowing bubbles. I love the soft colors and the simplicity of the design.

Have a good weekend everyone!


4 Comments »

  1. Those are awesome! You just gave me inspiration – Thanks!

    Shannon
    The Virtual Bridesmaid
    http://blog.viddia.com
    http://www.viddia.com

    Comment by The Virtual Bridesmaid — August 15, 2008 @ 5:21 pm

  2. Love the Caribbean Lace Black with White ink! That’s amazing!

    Comment by laurahooper — August 16, 2008 @ 11:31 pm

  3. Thanks so much for featuring our work this week Kelly! You’re the best!

    Comment by Becky — August 18, 2008 @ 9:29 am

  4. My pleasure, Becky!

    Comment by Kelly — August 18, 2008 @ 12:22 pm

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