Set in Stone

Set in Stone

 

One of our favorites… champagne and charcoal marries romance with sophistication.

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

True Blue

True Blue

The ceremony was sweet and classic, the reception was vivacious and fun… this is perfectly presented in the invitation suite with a blind letterpress pattern and colorful inserts and liner.

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

 

Connection Coasters

Connection Coasters

We love our CTA connection coasters! They are the perfect way for a couple to describe the “ride” that led to their windy city wedding day!

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

Something Blue

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We’ve got your Something Blue covered with this incredibly elegant invitation suite! The combination of champagne and French blue is soft and classic, and the geometric pattern on the pocketfold is a little Something New.

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

Blush Crush

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We were tickled pink to be a part of this stunning wedding by Anne Book! Our monogram napkins were a hit at cocktail hour.

Photography by Anne Book, Planned and Styled by Anne Book Signature Style.


Citron City

Citron City

With a wedding in Grant Park, the Chicago skyline is a must! We added fun colors and playful wording to this letterpress suite to give it a personal touch!

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

Initial Reaction

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Our initial reaction? We love this letterpress invitation suite and kraft pocket fold combo.

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

Perfect Pair

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Mr. and Mrs. Love were looking for a design to “marry” all aspects of their wedding. We paired an elegant color scheme with joyful calligraphy… Making a perfect pair (for the perfect pair)!

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

 

A Touch of Whimsy

A Touch of Whimsy

This calligraphy style set the tone for a romantic and whimsical wedding held at the 116-year-old Francis J. Dewes Mansion in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.

The charcoal gray ink was chosen to mirror the  charming ornamental cornices, statues and lintels carved into the stonework.

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography

Connect the Dots

Connect the Dots

Connect the dots: clean + classic + colorful = summer wedding!

Photography by Amanda Hein Photography