Stationery Trends Interactive Early Spring 2012 Features an invitation from Lucky Onion's Supplement 6 Holiday Line.
Right: "One of the biggest trends is toward photo cards with multiple photos as well as full-bleed images."
Giftware News May 2012 Featured an invitation from Lucky Onion's Holidays Album.
Right: "Lucky Onion's Holiday Line of fully customizable cards features a Halloween collection. It is full in color, and envelopes are included."
Stationery Trends Spring 2012 Features an invitation under its Fresh Picks: Stamps & Postmarks.
Right: "Passport-style booklet invitation is from Lucky Onion."
Giftware News April 2012 Featured two invitation from Lucky Onion.
Top Right: "The Letterpress line from Lucky Onion features fully customizable five by seven inch cards and envelopes."
Above Left: "The bright colors from the Lucky Onion's Supplements line are printed on 100 pound cover stock and are fully customizable."
Wedding stationery - it's the pretty pieces of paper you send out to the people you want to attend your event. Right?
Of course! But, if the title of this post gives you any indication, it's also so much more.
First, wedding stationery isn’t just the invitation and RSVP card you mail to your friends and family. And second, it doesn't have to fit inside a rectangular envelope. (Or be a piece of paper, for that matter.)
In this post, we'll show you how we elevate the wedding stationery game. And how we create a comprehensive suite of products and paper goods.
Highly personal, beautiful, and informative stationery takes time, consideration, and creativity. We take the following steps to ensure that happens.
Your wedding invitation is where it all begins.
Just think about it:
It’s the first thing your guests will see and receive related to your wedding. It gives them an idea of what to expect. And it sets the overall tone and feel of your event.
With its multitude of design possibilities, your invitations can (and should!) be deeply personal - making your guests say, “That’s so them!” as they open their envelope.
But if you're like most engaged couples, you may be wondering, what exactly goes into an invitation suite?
What about the wording? Are there etiquettes or protocols to follow? How far in advance should we make them? And when do they need to be sent out?
Wonder and worry no more! Because we’re answering all of your questions in this blog post.