Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no.21]

As some of you might already know, I’ve been very busy over the last couple of days putting together a recap of the 2010 National Stationery Show on Parcel Post. While at the show I was happy to discover some new wedding invitations I hadn’t seen before. First up is Gilah a letterpress line out of Baltimore. We carry the card line in the shop currently so I was glad to see her clean, modern aesthetic in the form of invitations.

Next is 42 Pressed. I’m loving the creative typography, the quirky fanciness and use of those fabric belly bands.

[images from Gilah Press + 42 Pressed]

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no.20]

Hey Brooklyn Bride readers, it’s good to be back! Parcel Post just turned 2, and in my efforts to find the proper ‘number 2′ on Etsy for this giveaway – I stumbled across an abundance of ideas for alternative table numbers. Just think of all the fun you could have…


from the top: portable chalkboard, numbered glass bottles, clipboard collage, hand-stamped tags, numbered coasters, numbered bud vase

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no.19]


Happy belated third birthday to Brooklyn Bride! I am amazed on a daily basis how much Vané packs into this blog while staying on top of the fabulous events she puts together. Hope you are all having a good start to your week so far. For this week’s post, I took some snapshots around Urbanic of some of my favorite invitation sets we have been working on lately.



above collections include – Hollis by Dauphine • Helaini, Rhon and Lashar by Smock • Creme Brulee and Salon by Elum • and Hollie by Spark

{all photos by Parcel Post}

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no.18]

We recently re-launched Cupcake Saturdays at Urbanic and gave out tickets for people to come in and have a cupcake on us for our opening day. Our tickets had to be adorable of course, so we gathered our inspiration from Mae Mae Paperie. Megan Gonzalez is one of the talented designers we work with at the shop. I’m a big fan of her creative aesthetic and thought you would all appreciate this “ticket” save the date set she designed.

P.S calligraphy by Anne Pages

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no. 17]

I think the combination of watching too much Mad Men lately, and getting these adorable rubber stamp sets in at the shop, has me fixated on things from a vintage office. I even just purchased an old-school looking postage scale for Urbanic! Whatever the case, the elements of the look are so basic … (stamped, typed, labeled) that it would be neat to see more of this look incorporated into wedding stationery. Below is a collection of finds for your inspiration pleasure!

How great would it be to sign a guest book with a fountain pen?! The one above was found here.

• Gummed labels found on ebay via ali loves curtis – you could have a blast using these on escort cards and favor tags! • One of my favorite wedding invitations in Urbanic is this ‘horizon set’ by Tiny Pine. It’s all about that typewriter font! • The cute vintage office stamp set I was referring to is by Cavallini – so great for your thank you cards and endless possibilities with those wedding day personal touches • Subject notepads by Paper + Cup • I love the vintage newspaper idea for the program! You could actually make it an interesting read! The one above was found here by this photographer. • Custom return address rubber stamps by Paperwink

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