I've finally gotten around to listing a few of my wedding invitation samples in my Etsy shop.
If you are interested in ordering a sample of my work, please click the photo above which will take you to my wedding invitations. I've ordered a couple of new printing plates so will be adding some additional designs soon. Each sample costs £3.00, but any money that is spent on samples will be deducted from your final bill if you choose to order invitations. In addition I've decided that, as I am in the process of trying to build my wedding invitation portfolio I will be offering an introductory price on all wedding paper goods.
Some sample prices are:
50 two-colour invitations = £190
75 two-colour invitations = £270
100 two-colour invitations = £350
Please contact me for prices of additional pieces. Finally, just a reminder that I would also love to print your designs (be it for business cards, wedding invitations, birth announcements, etc.) Just e-mail a PDF of your design and I can advise whether it is appropriate for letterpress printing.
This past week has been a bit hectic, with appointments and work being done on the house, so I'm afraid the designing slipped to the bottom of the To Do list. I feel a bit guilty about abandoning the project, so I thought I would try to end on a bang and I designed four new pieces to show you today! One of the wedding invitations I printed samples of a couple of months ago is this tree design:
I decided that today I would take that invitation and design some sample companion pieces to go along with it.
I've used a different font to indicate that the design would be printed but the names would be handwritten at a later point. Finally there is a thank you card: All fonts and colours can be personalised to suit the couple, and additional pieces could be designed as well. So, that ends my month of designing. Overall I'll give myself a B- (designs are ok, but I skipped quite a few days). I need a couple of days to digest the month and I'll be back with some parting thoughts on the project.
I have another wedding invitation for you today. It's a bit of a departure from what I normally do (not as much colour for a start), but I wanted to see if I could design something for a more classic wedding. This design features a monogram of the couple's initials and a simple black and white design. It could of course be printed in any colour (or mix of colours), but I wanted to keep it as uncomplicated as possible and I am quite pleased.
And here is a corresponding RSVP card.