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hot off the presses; FRESH invites

FRESH thinks wedding stationary [save the date . wedding invite . thank yous] definately worthy of a custom design.  They set the tone for your event.  I designed my own, as did friends who did something like the theatre ticket stub.   See below for some ultra FRESH ideas for modern invites and don't forget the photo-invite which, of course, we know a little somethin about.
Letterpressed for time? Get the look without the extra-long lead time by opting for semicustom instead of starting from scratch. With nearly two dozen invitations with modern/vintage appeal, Paper + Cup Design’s Era collection fits the bill: The look is set, but color, font, and wording, as well as reply card style, address labels, and other sweet extras, are up to you. Photo: Courtesy of Paper + Cup Design
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From the save-the-date to the name card by your dinner plate, only custom-designed letterpressed pieces will do for you. Combining modern typography with classic colorways, BluePoolRoad designer (and former deputy art director at Martha Stewart) Peggy Wong works one-on-one with clients to create cohesive suites that make bold statements without going overboard. Photo: Courtesy of BluePoolRoad
Brides-to-be, skip the standard four-by-six and turn to Besotted Brand for unique large-format invites, as well as iconic wedding logos, multiuse die-cut sticker labels, and charming gig posters. When all’s said and done, you’ll be left with good design you can appreciate, weddy or not. Photo: Courtesy of Besotted Brand

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