Bridal Suites


Keri got married this past October and we love the mix of Classic/Timeless with the pops of orange floral details and charcoal backing and text.



Our beautiful bride, Colleen, wanted vintage wedding suite with plum backing paper. This wedding featured a torn edge/deckled invitation, custom artwork and a plum silk backing paper. We paired the invitation with a postcard style RSVP.


Jennifer wanted a wedding suite that was simple and elegant. The ornate plum detail adds a touch of elegance without being too overpowering. We printed her wedding suite on a warm white linen card stock and adhered the invitation to a soft stardream silver paper. The RSVP is a postcard style and the entire suite is held together with a custom band.


Sarah got married at Childress Vineyards and wanted a Crane & Co. wedding suite for her special day. This invitation has been engraved on a soft white Crane & Co. stock in black ink. We added a simple touch of the vineyard on the reply card and lined her envelopes with a summery yellow liner.


This is another Crane & Co. wedding suite from the Martha Stewart Collection. Anne Claire wanted a traditional invitation with a touch of modern. The die cut invitation and reply card adds just that. The entire suite is on a soft weight stock that has been foil stamped with navy foil and paired with navy lined envelopes.


Megan chose to use the beaded border wedding suite from William Arthur. We added touches of sapphire blue to pair well with her wedding colors and traditional font choices. This wedding suite is a customer favorite.


This custom designed invitation is clean and classic, black and white. We printed Amanda’s invitation on a bright white card stock that had small flecks of silver in the stock to add shimmer. The invitation was adhered to a matte black heavy weight card stock.


The simple elegance of this invitation makes us so happy. We love the texture of this paper which is a 100% cotton warm white stock. Light gray text, simple ornamental elements and silver envelope liner pair beautifully together.


Amanda and Scott had a destination wedding and when they returned wanted a reception invitation for their celebration. We created this custom invitation using black and lime green ink.


Brittany came to us with a challenge. She wanted her invitations printed on burlap! Being that the fibers in burlap weren’t very tight, we found a beautiful woven fabric which had a similar look to burlap. We printed her invitations on the fabric using vintage fonts and styles then adhered it to a soft white linen stock.


Katie had a Bali inspired wedding and wanted her wedding suite to exude that feeling. We created a ticket style invitation which fit into a #10 envelope. The reply card was perforated on the invitation to be returned. There are so many little details that we created to really add to the Bali theme.


We absolutely LOVE the color combination of the ink choices, envelope liner and card stock. We printed Laura’s custom invitation on a warm white gold shimmer card with teal ink and a shimmer teal envelope liner.



Stephanie chose a William Arthur invitation suite. We wedding colors were plum and gold. We chose a warm white card stock and the edges of the invitation were painted in gold. The layout style of the invitation is very modern while being very elegant as well. We lined her envelopes with a shiny gold liner.



Laura was our first bride to want the torn edged/deckled invitation. We love her color palette, pairing the soft white with silver shiny card stock and teal accents. The ornamental details that we created for her add a vintage elegance.



1 thought on “Bridal Suites

  1. Dr. Karen Eide Rawlilng

    So glad you’re in town. Pam Thompson recommends you so highly that I thought I’d investigate your online site. I like what I see! I look forward to meeting you all.


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