Custom rubber stamping

Posted on April 07, 2015
​A fun, alternative way to traditional printing is to have custom rubber stamps made for each of your invitations’ cards. Today, we’re busy cutting out and stamping these clever hexagon website cards for Alexis and Brian’s invitation. Each of their suite’s cards will be hand-stamped, which lends a beautiful, one-of-a-kind feel to each guest’s invitation. It’s a labor of love, but the varied results are a perfect for those couples wanting a vintage flair. As a bonus, the stamp blocks double as great wedding keepsakes. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for the entire... Read more

Letterpress Behind the Scenes

Posted on February 25, 2014

If you’ve spent some time researching all the types of printing available, you’ve no doubt come across the beauty of letterpress printing. Letterpress is one of the oldest forms of printing, is still done largely by hand and printed one card at a time. As we become more and more e-this and i-that, it’s this slow process and tactile quality that gives it such appeal. You’ll know your holding a piece of true artwork when you run your fingers over a letterpressed card as its handsome indentations into the paper reflect the hand nature of the process.

We took a peek... Read more

Design for all!

Posted on February 05, 2014

Anticipate and the ladies at Wedding Chicks know that not all budgets allow for custom design, but who says you can’t have a stylish bash anyway? It might take a bit more elbow grease on your end and some creative sourcing, but good design shouldn’t be exclusive. So…we’ve decided to partner with them to provide a complimentary, printable wedding invitation! Head on over to check it out and stay awhile to visit the wonderful inspiration they have going on!

Envelope Addressing 102

Posted on December 13, 2013

As a follow-up post, let’s get into the details of how to properly address your guests on that stack of envelopes in front of you. We’re not writing casual correspondence here, so it’s important to stick to etiquette as much as possible. Your guests will certainly appreciate the formality, no matter how casual the affair.

Check out our concise guide here!

Envelope Addressing 101

Posted on December 06, 2013

You’ve finished your invitation design and you breathe a sigh of relief—another thing to check off your to-do list. Then it hits you, I have to address all of these envelopes! Even if you choose to have your addresses pre-printed on your envelopes, you’ll still need to format your addresses appropriately. And no matter how off-beat your invitation is, etiquette always reigns supreme when it comes to addressing. Here are some general rules on envelopes and, later, we’ll post how to write out each address.

Envelope addressing is one area where traditions and etiquette... Read more