Tag Archives: custom design

Epic Folders by Delphine for Neenah Paper

delphine and neenah paper white ink on black folderWe take our office supplies pretty seriously around here (rule of thumb: retro + functional), so we were excited when Neenah Paper asked us to design file folders for them. Erika took inspiration from one of her favorite movies, Anchorman, when designing, and tested out the most difficult print method of all: white ink on black paper. We love how they turned out, but the best part of the whole project is taking them into client meetings and watching their reactions.

white ink on black paper file folders by delphine for neenah paperIf you’d like some we have some extras — just shoot us an email with your shipping address. The folders are free — just pay shipping ($6).

Pin It
Did you like this? Please share:

Related posts:

Posted in branded by delphine, color, delphine design, graphic design | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Haute off the Press: Custom Invitation for a Colorado Farm Wedding

custom colorado farm wedding invitationHere’s a peek at one of my favorite custom design projects from last year: Kyle and Scott’s wedding invitation for their Colorado “farmette” celebration. I like it so much that I’m considering adapting the design as a regular design on our website. What do you think? Should I do it?

Pin It
Did you like this? Please share:

Related posts:

Posted in haute off the press, inspiration | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Neighborhood S’mores Party

S'mores Party Invitation

S'mores Party Napkins

S'mores Party marshmallow on fire

S'mores Family Erika Firm John ArquetteS'mores Party FireA few weeks ago, just before school started, John and I invited the neighborhood kids (and their parents) over for a S’mores Party. It was a hot sticky mess, but also a ridiculous amount of fun.

I designed fun brown and white S’mores party invitations, as well as a few party accessories like brown cocktail napkins, but that’s as fancy as it got — overall the party was super low key. My dad made brats and we had a wagon full of beer, the kids ran around the yard playing tag, and patiently waited for dark so we could make s’mores. One of our neighbors brought over homemade marshmallows drizzled with caramel (we ate most of them before the fire was hot!).

Some s’mores party tips: 1. Buy cheap wood dowels at the hardware store for disposable s’mores sticks.   2. Keep a box of wet wipes nearby to help little ones get “unsticky.”   3. Put each ingredient in its own big jar with wide mouth, for easy access.   4. If you want to try something a little fancy: replace the Hershey’s bar with a Reese’s Cup. Trust me on this one.

//Top 3 photos by Erika Firm; bottom photos by Jessica Davis Photography

Did you like this? Please share:

Related posts:

Posted in delphine design, invitations, kids, parties, party favors | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments