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why we love paper #598

Rachel and Michael-Their New York City wedding invitation carries the classic taxi from their digital save the date onto their letterpress and silver foil invitation.  Custom Gotham Hall illustration by Victoria Neiman Illustration.

Rachel and Michael-Their New York City wedding invitation carries the classic taxi from their digital save the date onto their letterpress and silver foil invitation. Custom Gotham Hall illustration by Victoria Neiman Illustration.

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why we love paper #593

Katherine and John-this modern save the date features a palm tree in white on 2 ply black card stock

Katherine and John-this modern save the date features a palm tree in white on 2 ply black card stock

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Meet the Suites: York Street

York Street-wedding invitation exclusively from PostScript Brooklyn

A whimsical take on iconic city images. An illustrated vintage park bench adorns the wedding invitation while cobblestones and a lamppost appear on the accompanying cards. Designed by Liz Libre of Linda & Harriett, this charming invitation suite from PostScript Brooklyn is perfect for any city, town or park wedding!

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Real Weddings-Kelly and Matthew

Kelly and Matthew’s stunning wedding at Caramoor Center for the Music and Arts as photographed by Heather Waraksa and featured in Style Me Pretty.

Real Wedding-Kelly and Matthew-photographs by Heather Waraksa

The invitation was laser cut and letterpressed, the menu was layered letterpress. The save the date had hand calligraphy by Laurel Hansen @laurelwrites.

Real Wedding-Kelly and Matthew-photographs by Heather Waraksa

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Real Wedding-Kelly and Matthew-photographs by Heather Waraksa

 

 

Real Wedding-Kelly and Matthew-photographs by Heather Waraksa

Real Wedding-Kelly and Matthew-photographs by Heather Waraksa

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Meet the Suites: Waterfront Terrace

Waterfront Terrace wedding invitation exclusively from PostScript Brooklyn

Waterfront Terrace is our latest New York City skyline wedding suite, paired here with a taxi on the go. Artwork by Ella Romero, exclusively from PostScript Brooklyn.

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Meet the Suites: Starry Night

Starry Night-festive invitation from PostScript Brooklyn

Celebrate under the stars! Our Starry Night invitation from PostScript Brooklyn showers your guests in the glitz and glamour of the stunning evening you have planned. The design above showcases delicate lettering that pops against the rich, velvety background. Though it is shown as a Sweet Sixteen invitation here, the design lends itself well to any adult event with a touch of wide-eyed whimsy. Background available in digital only, text can be letterpressed. Shown here digitally printed on white paper in eggplant and black ink.

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Meet the Suites: Waverly Place

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Washington Square Park is a place for lovers and artists – it never fails to sweep you up in its bohemian dream. Waverly Place from PostScript Brooklyn features an intricate illustration of its famous arch and the breathtaking craftsmanship of this historic landmark, and is a perfect invitation for a downtown Manhattan wedding or for anyone who appreciates the timeless allure of one of New York City’s most iconic locales. Shown here digitally printed on white paper in moss and charcoal ink. Illustration by Victoria Neiman Illustration.

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Waveryly Place from PostScript Brookyn-Washington Square Park themed wedding invitation

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Meet the Suites: Savoy

 Step into the past with this 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.

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.

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Meet the Suites: Idlewild

Idlewild a floral themed invitation from PostScript Brooklyn

Idlewild a floral themed invitation from PostScript Brooklyn

The Idlewild suite from PostScript Brooklyn is for the event that takes you far from the bright lights of the city, surrounded by the peaceful sounds of the forest. The playful illustration of two trees growing into each other recalls a classic storybook romance, while the graphic leaf pattern and cool green tones lend a more modern feel. Shown here digitally printed on white paper in sage and chocolate ink with paper bag envelopes.

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Alternate wedding invitation layouts

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Meet the Suites: Studio 360

Studio 360, a NYC themed invitation from PostScript Brooklyn

Studio 360, a NYC themed invitation from PostScript Brooklyn

In New York City, it’s all about the view! Inspired by the breathtaking vistas from Tribeca Rooftop’s stunning venue, the Studio 360 suite from PostScript Brooklyn gives your guests a taste of what is to come. Framed by strong lines, this invitation plays with positive and negative space to produce a view of our city that is both controlled and expansive. Consider letterpressing this design onto double-thick cotton paper for an even more memorable impact. Shown here digitally printed on white paper in charcoal and pewter ink with gravel envelopes.

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