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why we love paper #619

Kristen and Gregory - A celebration of patterns and textures featuring white foil, letterpress and a shimmer liner

Kristen and Gregory – A celebration of patterns and textures featuring white foil, letterpress and a shimmer liner

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why we love paper #616

Stephanie and Jonathan - This Tour de Manhattan includes the NYC skyline, copper foil on all invitation pieces and belly band and bicycles scooting all about these NYC landmarks. Illustration by Victoria Neiman Illustration.

Stephanie and Jonathan – This Tour de Manhattan includes the NYC skyline, copper foil on all invitation pieces and belly band and bicycles scooting all about these NYC landmarks. Illustration by Victoria Neiman Illustration.

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why we love paper #614

Shelly and Nelson - day of wedding signs, menu and activity schedule

Shelly and Nelson – day of wedding signs, menu and activity schedule

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why we love paper #611

Molly and Jeffrey - loving the match of deep blue letterpress, white foil on kraft envelopes and the powder blue pin stripe liner

Molly and Jeffrey – loving the match of deep blue letterpress, white foil on kraft envelopes and the powder blue pin stripe liner

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why we love paper #597

Danielle and Matthew - the stunning combination of gold foil frame and blind letterpress pattern make this a striking invitation.  The belly band is the Riverside Drive suite skyline from our PostScript Brooklyn collection.

Danielle and Matthew – the stunning combination of gold foil frame and blind letterpress pattern make this a striking invitation. The belly band is the Riverside Drive suite skyline from our PostScript Brooklyn collection.

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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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why we love paper #586

Danielle and Philip - the marble liner beautifully compliments the classic black and white letterpressed invitation

Danielle and Philip – the marble liner beautifully compliments the classic black and white letterpressed invitation

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Real Weddings-Mark and Michael

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

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.

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

Real Wedding-Mark and Michael-photos by Craig Paulson Studio

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Meet the Suites: Degraw Street

Degraw Street - typewriter retro-themed wedding invitations from PostScript Brooklyn

For those who dearly miss and love the now-quaint style of a vintage typewriter, here’s our Degraw Street suite from PostScript Brooklyn. A heart-felt nod to literature and classic print.

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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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