Tuesday, December 20, 2011

better together.




My dear friend Bonny got married last week. Here's the letterpress invitations I designed for her, combining some favorite things: fun typography, vintage flourishes, patterns, and a blind deboss impression.

Congratulations, friend. It's always so great to see people in love. I feel blessed to really mean it when I say that marriage is one of the best things ever.

Oh - and Clint may have included the potential name of our future daughter when he signed the guest book...

26 comments:

  1. not the potential name. the name.

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  2. Ah come on.. I'm dying to hear the name!

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  3. Those are gorgeous. Can I get married again just so you can make my invites? I'll marry the same guy!

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  4. letterpress invitations are just the best!! i had them too, just super classy!
    xo TJ

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  5. so lovely!
    p.s. those stamps! i love stamps.

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  6. wow these look incredible. good work! can't wait to hear the name :)

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  7. so pretty! may i put you on speed dial for when i need some wedding invites?

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  8. omg - these are amazing. My friend is getting married in November... do you have a booklet or something? Because I bet she'd love them.

    Maggie B.

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  9. these are so, so lovely! amber showed me the ones you made for her, amazing.

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  10. These are so very pretty. You should be so proud!

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  11. Love the invitations. Very unique!

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  12. Oh...I want to know The Name (per Clint)! How exciting.
    Wishing you a great holidays, Angela!

    xoxo, Odessa

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  13. I forgot to tell you when I saw that invite on your fridge that they are stunning! I absolutely love them.

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  14. oooohhh!!! I love the font that you used! ♥

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  15. it's so beautiful! i can't wait to hear the name you and clint have picked out. (also happy birthday today!)

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  16. these are so so beautiful. i'm sure they were thrilled! you are too talented, angela.

    dying to know the name!

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  17. I love these! PS: Can't stop thinking about what the name is!

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  18. cant wait to hear the name!!!!! you are so talented! are you doing christmas/new years cards this year? i would love for you to do ours! do you have an etsy shop? where can i take a looky???? you are so amazing. seriously. i wish i could be like you:)
    loves my dear.
    oh, and you are seriously the cutest pregnant cutie ever!!

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  19. Gorgeous packaging and photos. :) Hey there Angela. Word on the street is that this blog has excellent raw food recipes? The blog looks amazing, so I will definitely be following and reading along!

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  20. Hello! I just found your blog and I think it's AMAZING! The pics are great and I can see that You really like what you do here! I love people with great ideas, like you!
    Your blog is inspiring! I will follow you!
    xoxo

    http://nikandpic.blogspot.com/

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  21. Anonymous12/28/2011

    so lovely! Is the envelope chipboard? Where did you source it? thanks --anna

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  22. the envelopes are kraft by greengrocer. you can order them various places online.

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  23. Hi angela,
    Your blog is just so eye catching!
    I want to know what camera do you use?

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