Good progress has been made with the save the date magnet and card sections; Updating designs, photographs, enabling https, making it mobile friendly...
But the wedding invitation section has barely been updated in many years. That will be my next big goal over the rest of the year. I now have relationships with specialty printers that enable me to offer foil printing, thermography, and letterpress; There are so very many options!
It will take a while, so in the mean time, here are some photographs of recent wedding invitations to feast your eyes upon.
1) White foil on navy blue? Oh yeah. You can get a similar look by printing a blue background on white card stock, but this is a level up. The RSVP cards are blue printing on white card stock.
2) This order was soft and elegant. The card stock we used was just slightly offwhite - not even an ivory, it is still a white, but not bright white. The cards were all printed with grey letterpress; The envelope liner was digitally printed white card stock; The envelopes were all addressed with a laser printer.
3) Rock'N'Roll! This is a personalized version of a wedding invitation design that is already posted on the website (INVFL58A). This one has different colors and has been modified to fit more of a Rock'N'Roll + Country Music theme.
4) What happens in Vegas... Stays in Our Hearts. This is a layered invitation design where the printing is digital, and the back layer is a metallic gold card stock.
5) There is a tri-fold wedding invitation posted on the website (INV3FLD1) with a wood print on the outside, and wording on the inside; One couple had me add a ribbon wrap around with a tag. The addition really makes a difference in the level of awesomeness! This photo also shows off an updated wood print that just looks better than what is currently posted on the website.
6) Passport! Oh yes, finally, someone had me make a passport invitation! It's one of those ideas that just works so well for a destination wedding. There are multiple ways to make a passport invitation. For this one, we kept it simple - it's a bifold with just the 2 inside pages. But it's also layered, so the outside is a metallic white card stock (looks cool, and also sturdy for handling) and then the inside was matte for photographic print quality. Because it's a bifold, we don't need to use any special binding, but who can resist a bow?
That is the run down for now, but more to come.