So y’all know I LOVE green (and yellow, and especially the two together). I also love shoes. And type. And newspapers. So this week’s Pin of the Week (found via NubbyTwiglet) is aweeeesome.Pin It
Category Archives: color
Metallics can be magical especially for a cool, winter wedding. Here, we’ve featured our new Manhattan invitation in silver ink on bright white paper.
Sources: || 1. One to Wed | 2. Southern Weddings | 3. Style Me Pretty, Photography by Erich McVey Photography | 4. Confetti Day Dreams | 5. Delphine’s new Manhattan wedding invitation | 6. Fab You Bliss, Photography by Gemini Photography Ontario | 7. 100 Layer Cake, Photography by Rach Lea Photography | 8. My Wedding, The Cake Parlour | 9. Green Wedding Shoes, Photography by Jennifer Fujikawa Photography | 10. Elizabeth Anne Designs, Photo by Clary Pfeiffer | 11. Modern Wedding, Shoes by CarvelaPin It
We had the pleasure of styling a photoshoot for our one of our amazing clients, FLÛTE. One of the highlights was getting to try their incredible signature cocktails.
We love neutral color palettes! Neutrals are so versatile and make a wedding look clean, classic and natural in any season. Here we’ve shown our brand new Live Oak Wedding invitation in jet black and shitake inks, on off white paper.
Sources:|| 1. 100 Layer Cake, Photography by Rachwal Photography | 2. Wedding Chicks, Photography by Matt Edge Wedding Photography | 3. Style Me Pretty | 4. Style Me Pretty, Photography by Jessica Lorren Photography | 5. Delphine’s new Live Oak wedding invitation | 6. Southern Weddings, Photography by Anna Pociask | 7. The Knot, Photograph by Aaron Delesie | 8. Event by A Charleston Bride | 9. Elizabeth Anne Designs, Photos by Kristyn Hogan | 10. Ruffled Blog, Photos by Natasja Kremers Photography | 11. Style Me Pretty Gallery, Jana Williams PhotographyPin It
Navy doesn’t have to be nautical, it can be elegant and timeless, also. We love it paired with light greens or blush tones. Here we’ve featured our Chevron invitation, flat printed in navy and gris inks.
Sources || 1. As seen on Ruffled Blog, Photo by Christian Szczupak | 2. As seen on Colin Cowie Weddings | 3. Elizabeth Anne Designs | 4. Delphine’s Chevron Invitation | 5. The Babushka Ballerina lace dress | 6. Style Me Pretty, Photography by Brinton Studios | 7. As seen on Wedding Chicks | 8. source unknown | 9. The Perfect Palette, Photography by Jacque Lynn Photo | 10. Southern Weddings Blog, Photography by Justin Demutiis | 11. As seen on Ruffled Blog, Photography by Kelly Is NicePin It
Tangerine is a great color for Summer weddings. It pairs well with any citrus hue, navy blue, grey, and other neutrals. Here we’ve featured our gorgeous Peony invitation design, flat printed in tangerine and gris inks.
Sources || 1. Calder Clark Photography by A Bryan Photo | 2. Photography by Jennifer Wilson Photography | 3. As seen on Style Me Pretty , Photography by Stacey Hedman Photography | 4. Delphine’s Peony Invitation design | 5. Seen on The Sweetest Occasion, Event Design and Styling by ConfettiPop | 6. Natalie Bradley Events, Styling by Burkle Events | 7. Fall Wedding by Jill La Fleur on Style Me Pretty | 8. The Tory Burch Blog , Photography by Angie SilvyPin It
Artist Christina Brinkman’s work is “guided by touch and engagement with the material.” So we knew that ordinary papers were totally out of the question. We pored through swatch books until we found the most perfect elements to create a custom duplexed paper just for Chris. One side is thick brilliant white 100% cotton, the other is subtly textured, subtly metallic paper in an impossible to describe color … sort of shell sort of pink sort of beige sort of magic. The color is far more spectacular in person — we had a hard time capturing it in a photo.
We letterpressed each side in custom Parisian Gray and Porcelain inks, then glued the two stocks together and finished off the cards with gorgeous metallic gold gilded edges. The design itself is subtle, sparce, and celebrates line, form & white space — a reflection of Christina’s work. Be sure to hop over and take a look at Christina’s stunning sculptures.Pin It
Radiant Orchid, Pantone’s 2014 Color of the Year (nearly identical to Delphine’s crocus ink color), is a bright, vibrant color that is perfect for a Spring wedding. Check out these gorgeous purple combos that are sure to wow any guest!
Sources || 1. Photo by Anna Kim | 2. Flowers by Bucaro Floristeria | 3. Styled shoot found on Ruffled Blog | 4. Chevron invitation design by Delphine | 5. Cake by Erica Obrien Cake Design | 6. Cocktails by Brides Magazine | 7. Best of 2013 by Southern Weddings | 8. Seen on StyleUnveiled.com | 9. Photo by Scott Andrew Studio seen on Project Wedding | 10. Flowers by Nina Kincaid Designs | 11. Photography by J Wiley Photography | 12. Colorful Resort Wedding on ElizabethAnneDesigns.comPin It
Every time I drive by this darling garage I slow down to admire its hand painted sign. The other day the cars that are normally parked in front were gone, and I was able to see the sweet red flowers that someone planted to match the logo and red door. Branding at its finest.Pin It
Every time Chloe Aftel calls I know the project is going to be special. This time around she asked us for a “pop of kick ass color” to go with her “rad new logo.” (Yes, she’s from LA). We delivered with shocking electric turquoise edge painted business cards.
I think the new branding is a spot on match to her photography style: powerful and slightly dreamy. The image at right is one of my personal favorites. It was part of a stellarÂ collection commissioned by Levis.Â Please note: the crappy photos in this post are by me, not the super talented lady we’re discussing here.Â
These letterpress cards are killer, right?! We printed them with our super super dark blackest black ink for a sharp, crisp impression; Reich Paper’s ultra thick SAVOY paper in brilliant white; tight edge painting on every.single.card; and lots and lots of clean white space.
I’d like to pause for a shout out to all our photographer clients for understanding the power of white space. We looooove youuuuu!ÂPin It