Its calendar buying season, so this little giveaway is coming just in time. Delphine Press is letting me give away 2 sets of their new 2010 calendars to 2 lucky readers…great if you want to keep one and give the other as a gift, or give both as a gift, or hey, just keep them both to yourself! Its totally up to you!
And the lovely ladies from Southern Weddings, who just released their newest issue (its great, definitely check it out) are letting me give away 3 copies! Just leave a comment below and I’ll announce winners for both contests on Wednesday!
[images from Delphine Press & Southern Weddings]
It doesn’t get much better than Satsuma Press’s new letterpressed wedding invitations shot by Max Wanger. You can finally check them out on her site and they are truly stunning, every single one of them!
I got really excited when Joel sent me photos from the wedding that will be coming up later today…I just wanted to give you a taste of what to expect via the invitation suite….PLEASE tell me you can see those cute little feet letterpressed on the invites and programs. And maybe you’re noticing its not tied with ribbon, but with a shoelace…its all about the details! Stay tuned, this wedding is up at 1pm.
[images from Joel Flory]
Joy did such a great job with her invites, I’m so glad she sent them! Letterpressed them all herself too!
I thought these were right up your alley…Boyfriend and i are getting married in DUMBO at Smack Mellon.. on earth day! April 22…i can’t decide if i was more excited to get married or do wedding crafts! we had so much fun making our own announcements and save the dates that i wanted to do the invites as well..i’ve pretty much always been obsessed with letterpress so i took a workshop at The Arm (thearmnyc.com) in Brooklyn.. then bf and i came up with the idea for our invite.. i figured out illustrator, had a plate made and went back into the studio to press all of them! im in love.. i could do it all day! ha!
[images from Joy]
Aren’t these invites just the coolest? New custom work from Swayspace…I just love the woodgrain and how the text wraps itself in between.
[images from Swayspace]