Hello! My kraft paper escort cards were recently featured on the Woodsy Weddings blog. Thanks for featuring my designs, Woodsy Weddings! Go check out the blog post for other kraft paper items for your wedding or party. You can purchase this item from me in the Sofia Invitations Etsy shop here.
This wedding invitation featuring a pretty tree and flying birds has been one of my personal favorites. You can check it out on my Etsy site here.
I am working on a new invitation design featuring birds painted in watercolor with an antique background. What do you think so far? I am considering making the edges a cut shape, and the paper for the envelopes kraft….. then bind it all with green twine… hmmmm…
Congratulations to Kasper and Nicole Kolbe who recently got married in Florida! I designed their beautiful postcard save the date card to announce their upcoming parties in the summer celebrating their marriage. This modern design features a rustic tree and beautiful birds flying above. Check it out. See similar designs in the Sofia Invitations Etsy Shop.
Happy Friday! This week I have been working very hard in the print shop at the West Main Artist Co-Op (WMAC) printing letterpress samples. Next week I will show you letterpress valentines day cards that I printed. For now, take a look at my letterpress Tree and Bird wedding invitation. You can purchase it here.
Here is the first of a series I plan to expand on: Accessory designs from Etsy sellers. I think there are many fantastic shops on Etsy where brides can find wonderful things for their weddings (including my shop!)
For this first of this series, I am focusing on accessories with birds.
I use Neenah paper for my invitation designs. Neenah has a neat calculator that shows your environmental savings for the amount of paper you use. For approximately 250 invitations, I save:
40 LBS of wood, which is equivalent to < 1 trees that supply enough oxygen for < 1 people annually.
59 Gallons of water, which is enough water to for 3 eight minute showers .
40,547 BTUs of energy, which is enough energy to power the average household for < 1 days.
4 LBS of solid waste, which would fill < 1 garbage cans.
12 LBS of emissions, which is the amount of carbon consumed by < 1 tree seedlings grown for 10 years .