It was AWESOME to get the program guide for NSS and see so many of our vendors. Tracy and I made sure to do the rounds and put faces to the names of our amazing stationers. I love email, but nothing beats a little face time–so nice to meet each an every one of you!
First up is Dingbat Press. Adrienne’s booth must have taken her an eternity – she lined all the walls with lovely kraft paper coasters, which so fancily held her stationery! Isn’t she brilliant? Her cards are quite awesome too.
See more lovely paper goods after the jump…
Hey…I recognize this couple! Tracy and I loved this ombré invitation and had a nice conversation with Adrienne about the technique. It’s important you pick colors that don’t turn to icky mud as they blend together. This palette came together quite nicely!
This invitation is so light and airy. I’m a huge fan of white space and I’d say that Dingbat Press has mastered it!
Flywheel Press had a really great booth! The chalkboard walls came out great and really showcased their designs quite well. These simple cards are great, I LMAO almost daily (we like to have fun around here!) – so I might need to pick up a few!
Swashy script + letterpress+ beautiful use of ombré = drool. I don’t doubt that Amber received a plethora of orders for these beauties!
Wild Ink Press
As a total foodie, I absolutely adore these cards. Aside from the fact that Carolina Script makes me weak in the knees, the messages are so dang cute!
Father’s Day is coming up! Tracy scoped out this design and for great reason, isn’t it awesome? The hand-lettered type gets an A+ in our book!
Be on the lookout for WeddingInviteLove at NSS parts 2 and 3 on our blog this week! We’ve got plenty more paper goodness to share. ;)