Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no. 24]

We recently brought on a new calligrapher at Urbanic that I’m pretty excited about. Her name is Molly Thorpe (such a great name right?) and her line is called Plurabelle. I’m loving her artsy cool vintage style. This is definitely the type of mail that’s jaw dropping even for the postal workers I’m sure!

I have a few more pictures of Molly’s work up on Parcel Post. … and by the way, we also now have a fun new vintage postage stamping service that I can’t wait to tell you about. Until next time…. *A

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8 Comments to “Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no. 24]”

  1. WeddingXpert Says:

    I adore the white trim on the back of those black envelopes…so simple, yet it adds such a chic, unexpected touch!

  2. Heather Hawes Says:

    These are fantastic! What a great way to make your invitations really stand out. Love :)

  3. Phyllis Cheung Says:

    Stunning calligraphy!

  4. Emma Hayes Says:

    Where can i find stamps like these?!?!?!?

  5. Whimsical Wonderland! « It’s a Bride’s Life Says:

    [...] stamps, everywhere! {Parcel Post for Brooklyn [...]

  6. TwoTallBlondes Says:

    WOWZA. so gorgeous!

  7. Ruby Says:

    I love them, especially the red one, so stunning!

  8. Meg Says:

    I love the modern twist on a traditional form of corresponding. These designs are outstanding!

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