for katie & colman : letterpress wedding invite suite

Posted: August 13th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: calligraphy, design, lettering and fonts, paper, paperfinger, weddings | 9 Comments »

IMG_5672I have been eagerly awaiting the right time to share this invitation set for Katie and Colman’s September wedding.

It was particularly exciting since it was my first opportunity to work with Liz and Katie of Linda & Harriett, some of New York’s most talented stationers. They are a stellar sister duo and I was honored to work with them. I created a custom font and the calligraphy artwork for Katie’s wedding invitations.

I took photographs yesterday to try and capture the craftsmanship of the letterpress, the layout and elegant lace imprint (inspired by Katie’s wedding dress) designed by Linda & Harriett – plus, of course, the Paperfinger calligraphy throughout the entire design!

Have a look on the Linda & Harriett blog posting about these invites as well.









9 Comments on “for katie & colman : letterpress wedding invite suite”

  1. 1 honeymyheart said at 12:19 pm on August 13th, 2009:

    soo pretty :) i love calligraphy on invites.

  2. 2 mcsperry said at 10:54 pm on August 13th, 2009:

    ooooh, very, very nice!

  3. 3 zoe said at 10:54 pm on August 13th, 2009:


  4. 4 tara said at 12:40 am on August 14th, 2009:

    GORGEOUS! I especially like the details on all the “s.”

  5. 5 Lynn Russell | Satsuma Press said at 12:47 am on August 14th, 2009:

    So lovely!!

  6. 6 Kate said at 10:49 pm on August 14th, 2009:

    These are beautiful.

  7. 7 Courtney said at 2:33 pm on August 18th, 2009:

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  8. 8 hellobender said at 4:51 am on December 25th, 2009:

    I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?
    And you et an account on Twitter?

  9. 9 paper tastebuds » Blog Archive » calligraphy-centric wedding : featured on martha stewart weddings said at 7:03 am on April 12th, 2010:

    […] the photo above, Katie holds the invitation. You may remember my post about these invites, which were a collaboration with Katie and her sister, Liz, the founder of […]

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