Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!


Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!

Check out these awesome Save-the-Date coasters I finished last week for a couple in New York City! Theresa & Dermot wanted to do something a little unique and different for their Save-the-Date cards for their upcoming July 2010 wedding, so rather than having us print a standard card and envelope, she chose to have us print her Save-the-Dates as coasters with matching envelopes! I think this is a stellar idea for any party, wedding or otherwise!

Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!
Theresa and Dermot’s Save-the-Date coasters were letterpress printed on 4″ square coaster stock with two ink colors: turquoise and a greenish-yellow “lime” hue (think the inside fruity part of the lime, not the skin). We used a playful and lovely script font for their names and their wedding date and a tall and skinny serif font for the rest of the text. The date was framed within a very decorative 1920’s-ish looking flourish-y border that Theresa found, and the rest of the coaster was dotted with stars!
Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!
Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!
I have been looking for square envelopes for a while that are smaller than 5.5″ and I finally found some! These coordinating cream-colored, linen envelopes from Envelloper Inc., fit our 4″ coasters perfectly!
Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!
They feature a European pointed flap and were just big enough for us to letterpress print Theresa & Dermot’s return address on the back.
Save the Date | Theresa & Dermot Are Getting Married!
Pretty cool, don’t you think?!? Thanks again and congratulations Theresa & Dermot!
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    […] you’ve been reading this blog for quite a while, you may remember Theresa and Dermot’s awesome save-the-date coasters with tiny little square envelopes that we created way back in November of 2009.  If you […]

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