Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Wedding Spotlight: Blast from the Past

Back in the day, Valerie and Jim were knocking out wedding invitations for customers in the Minneapolis area. The two shown above are great examples of how Spark has always thought outside of the box when it comes to styling and packaging an invitation.

T&E Spring Floral
Who doesn't like the idea of making your invitation into a standing piece that friends and family (especially Mothers and Grandmothers out there!) can keep on display? This invitation is digitally printed on metallic cover paper. A lavender and spring green ribbon compliment the design. Reply card and envelope are tucked inside the invitation panel when mailed.

Corset Wrap
The corset has been around for ages, thankfully not in use as much these days. This invitation is digitally printed, wrapped with a decorative paper and tied up with a silver cord to imitate a corset. Reply card and envelope may be tucked in on the back side of the invitation.

Both designs can be easily adapted to letterpress. We also offer a variety of artwork, decorative papers and embellishments - anything can change. Contact Spark to request a link to our private images page and check out more of our designs.

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