This week’s featured invitation vendor is Parrott Design Studio — whose profile has one of the prettiest designs I’ve ever seen! Gorgeous swash typefaces, delicate calligraphy, sans-serif contrasting typeface, and beautiful illustration — what’s not to love?
Chauhie has some of the most gorgeous letterpress printing and design I’ve ever seen, and Monika at Chauhie has been generous enough to donate to one of our WeddingInviteLove giveaways. I’m grateful for the support as well as awed and inspired by Chauhie’s work, so Chauhie is our featured vendor this week — congratulations to them!
Today I’m happy to announce that the featured vendor is Marit Hanson Weddings! Marit not only has a gorgeous portfolio of invitation work, she has also been helping me out with advice and suggestions for WeddingInviteLove, and for that, I’m eternally grateful.Check out Marit’s work on the new homepage of WeddingInviteLove and on her profile, or head straight over to her website for more beautiful invitation and stationery work.
Merrymint Designs has always had one of my favorite invitation vendor profiles on WeddingInviteLove (seriously, go check it out), and once you combine that with their gorgeous and unique invitation designs, you can see why they’re our featured vendor this week!
I’ve been a huge fan of The Aerialist Press ever since a friend recommended them for WeddingInviteLove after having a great experience with them on their wedding invitations. Their portfolio image is beautifully quirky, with great typography and two color letterpress; and this week, I’ve chosen them to be our featured vendor! Congratulations to The Aerialist Press, and see more of their beautiful letterpress on their website.
Akimbo has been a huge supporter of WeddingInviteLove and this blog, so it seems only natural to choose them as our featured vendor this week as thanks! Not only did Australian-based Akimbo donate goods for our vendor giveaway, but has also been featured in a few invitation posts here on the blog (her Regency line and her beautiful literary invitations). Thanks Alicia for all the support, and for the beautiful new WeddingInviteLove.com homepage.
When I saw Studio SloMo at the National Stationery Show, I knew they would be a great addition to WeddingInviteLove. Gorgeous, unique invitation designs, they go above and beyond a typical wedding invitation studio into creating beautiful works of art. Studio SloMo is our new featured vendor this week, congratulations!
I’m a sucker for unique invitations and I adore Chewing the Cud‘s gorgeous craft + white invitations so much. Not a lick of swashy-fonts to be found! Chewing the Cud also produces beautiful fabric wraps (which I got to see at the National Stationery Show), and there I fell in love with Chewing the Cud’s beautiful design aesthetic even more. Wedding invitations need more clever and unique designs like this! Congrats to Chewing the Cud for being our featured vendor this week. :)
Happy 4th of July everyone! Back in May, we got a great look into Julie’s beautiful bilingual invitation, further cementing Cartoule’s Press as one of my favorite designers on WeddingInviteLove. So this week I’ve chosen Cartoule’s Press to be our featured vendor this week — congratulations!
See more of Julie’s beautiful work on her WeddingInviteLove profile, or head straight to the Cartoule’s Press website.
Printables are a great way to save money on your wedding invitations, but there are so many poor options out there. That’s why e.m. papers is my favorite — beautiful printables that look like custom design, perfect for those on a budget! Pick out the best paper to print on, and your guests will never be able to tell.
Congrats to e.m. papers for being the newest WeddingInviteLove’s featured vendor!