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One of our key focuses is making sure each invitation suite we create feels unique and special to our couples. We love adding in personal touches through unique color palettes and textures, vintage stamps, and of course envelope liners. Envelope liners are an amazing way to infuse your personality and style into your invitation suite […]

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In today’s artist feature, we’re highlighting French painter, Edgar Degas, a leader in the Impressionist movement. Unlike his contemporaries, Degas rejected painting outdoor sceneries and instead looked for ways to portray the human form. His work highlighted movement, touch, and femininity while maintaining a modern edge for the time. Much like other artists of his […]

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The Swan House located in Atlanta, Georgia is one of the most iconic wedding venues and boasts a Renaissance revival style with a classical approach. For the invitation suite, we pulled inspiration from the architecture of the Swan House featuring it as a venue illustration on the details booklet. Opting for a monochromatic color palette […]

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Today’s artist feature highlights modern artist Mark Rothko. Markus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz was an American painter of Lithuanian Jewish descent. Rothko is described as an abstract expressionist and known for his attention to color, shape, composition, and depth. Blank space, striking lines, and intentional balance are all features of modern artist Mark Rothko’s work. His paintings […]

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Our semi-custom collection, The Artist Collection, is inspired by our favorite artists. Today, we are highlighting Impressionist painter Claude Monet who inspired our iconic floral invitation suite design. Claude Monet was a French painter and leader in the Impressionist movement. In fact, the term “Impressionist” comes from one of his very own paintings entitled, Impression, […]

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It is to no surprise that the word calligraphy is derived from two Greek words – “kallos” meaning “beauty” and “graphein” meaning “to write”. Calligraphy is known for its elegant letterforms and when translated literally, means “beautiful writing”. As stated by the Manuscript Pen Company, “From the moment the first quill hit the first piece […]

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One thing we love highlighting on is how customizable our semi-custom collection truly is! Here we wanted to show you how the same design, our Monet design, takes on a completely different aesthetic in each of these 3 approaches. No. 01 – Black Handmade Paper For a more moody and bold aesthetic, we love using […]

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Here at Ink & Press Co. we are proud to be one of few stationers stateside that offers foil on velvet for both Save the Dates and wedding invitation suites. There is no lying that this unique combination is sure to wow your guests and make a statement. The refined combination of foil on velvet […]

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For the Rachael Ellen Events and Kenzie Victory workshop during October in Paris, France, I was asked to create an invitation suite for this intimate elopement editorial on the Seine. For this editorial I knew I wanted to play around with a classic but fresh color palette, clean lines, and custom monogram details. Little did […]

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Jasmine and Steve, Australian natives, married at the stunning Château Allure du Lac in the Loire Valley in France. Their intimate wedding was romantic, timeless, and drew on classic French elements. For Jasmine’s paper goods we focused on simple yet stunning details – the deckled edge of handmade paper, a floral monogram, and gold calligraphy […]