Today we have two exquisite Art Deco inspired wedding invitation suites to share with you! Here is Margot Hallac, designer and owner of Atelier Isabey, to tell us more:
These invitation suites are inspired by architecture and art from the 1920s and 1930s. We fused art deco prints with bold angular lines that we felt were cornerstone elements of this period in time. Being based in New York City, we have an abundance of Art Deco inspired architecture and design here so it was easy to step outside our studio and be inspired by the city around us. We really wanted the invitation to be elegant and timeless; it should feel right at home in the drawing room of Jay Gatsby in Scott Fitzgerald’s iconic book but also perfect for a fashionista looking for something glamorous and daring. To build depth and texture we printed the invitation suite in gold foil and in letterpress on black and white papers. I think the result is exciting and chic but also really sophisticated and timeless.
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Lovely work Margot, thanks for sharing! For more information about Atelier Isabey, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to their website.
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