in the studio: paul + danielle

paul and danielle are getting married at the mill city ruins (swoon) on halloween (so fun), and i couldn’t have been more inspired by what they have planned. danielle loved the idea of creating invitations inspired by vintage marquee signs and eclectic typography that referenced the 1920’s era. their color palette was mostly creams and light gray, with a pop of red-orange that will be incorporated through out the space. this color palette is seriously gorgeous.

i love that their invites feel eclectic and unique without becoming informal. the marquee sign references are subtle enough to allow for a vintage-meets-modern look. the tiny amount of orange goes a long way and i’m so glad we decided to incorporate a bit more color. their invites were printed by the fantastic evolutionary press on thick cotton paper. the texture is sooo delicious.

design and photography by wit + delight

  • I cannot get enough of the colors and type! Not to mention on thick cotton paper. I can just imagine how awesome these invites are in person. I’m sure you have a very happy couple on your hands. Good job and thanks for sharing!

  • The most gorgeous wedding invites ever! Nothing can beat this. I hope you guys will still be around when I get married (only 18 right now so there’s still a while to go).

  • **Danielle from the Invites.

    I can say this much: Kate’s design incorporated everything I was thinking about and more. She was able to bring to life an image I couldn’t quite describe and far exceeded anything I had ever even dreamed about. She was able to make a statement about our style and who we are without even really knowing us.

    People have not stopped calling to tell me how beautiful they are.

    In short, I was blown away by her work, and cried when I picked them up from the press. I will forever cherish them.
    Thank you Kate!

  • Heya just wanted to give you a quick heads up and let you know
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