October 4th, 2016
Ilana and Jordan’s invitation featured a deco-stlyle blind debossed pattern and stunning marblized envelope liner that compliments beautifully their elegant Brooklyn affair. Photos by Roey Yohai Photography.
October 2nd, 2016
A hot ticket you can still admire from afar, especially with these gorgeous photos by Craig Paulson Studio, Mark and Michael’s Joe’s Pub wedding was a treat to work on from beginning to end. And the evening itself looks like it had an exciting, whimsical and glamorous theatricality.
September 25th, 2016
Old World elegance paired with the beautiful, charming hand drawn illustrations of artist Katie Fischer Cohen, makes for a heartwarming wedding invitation suite. This romantic collection, exclusively from PostScript Brooklyn, includes iconic furniture and intimate interiors that are sure to delight anyone with a flair for homey details and is perfect for an event at a stately manor.
August 12th, 2016
This wreath invitation from PostScript Brooklyn sets the perfect mood for a romantic wedding under the sun. The sophisticated flower illustration of Botanic Garden can be customized in any color to fit the occasion—whether your wedding is in the Picnic House or the garden of an estate. Seen here printed in periwinkle and lavender ink on soft white paper. To add an extra layer of elegance, this invitation can be printed in letterpress.
August 9th, 2016
Step into the past with Savoy, an invitation from PostScript Brooklyn, that has a fresh spin on the exuberant Art Deco era. The jewel-toned palette and ornate patterns of this invitation bring to mind the dance halls of the 1920s, while also incorporating a geometric design that take us into the 21st Century. This suite is for the couple who wants a new take on the vintage Deco trend. Shown here digitally printed on white paper in matte gold and kelly green ink.
August 5th, 2016
Everybody loves a wedding by the water! This invitation suite is Shoreline from PostScript Brooklyn. It includes delightful illustrations of such seaside staples as a marina, sailboats, an anchor and an envelope liner pattern made from nautical knots. Shown here digitally printed on white paper in navy and slate ink and matching envelopes.