10 Letterpress Wedding Invitations
Letterpress wedding invitations aren’t just for traditional brides. We’ve found 10 examples that show off this technique’s versatility and beauty.
This striking example uses one of our favorite techniques in letterpress wedding invitations: blind debossing. The vintage-inspired font is framed by a no-ink debossed design. Curious about the difference between embossing and debossing? An embossed design results in a raised pattern, a debossed design has one that is indented (or stamped) into the paper.
While letterpress has been a traditional invitation style for decades, it can always be updated with a modern detail. This invite combines navy and rose gold ink for an extraordinary finish.
The Little Details
This letterpress invitation suite features more than just a pretty invite. All of the details also feature letterpress work, from the map enclosure to the back of each addressed envelope.
Typography is what modern invitations tend to focus on. By combining this trend with letterpress technique you get to put your favorite font front and center.
When most brides picture letterpress wedding invitations, something minimalist and sweet often comes to mind. But this vibrant red Spanish tile design proves that you can use letterpress for any theme, from vintage to fiesta.
We don’t know what we love most about this gorgeous wedding invite. Certainly, the color palette is phenomenal. And that feather is super cool. But, there’s just something about the way that the couple’s name pops out that makes this letterpress design a total winner.
Of course, the magic of letterpress isn’t limited to letters. This camping-themed wedding suite features a stunning, ethereal illustration of the event’s venue amid the trees.
Your wedding is the very beginning of a new life together, so why not start at chapter 1? This literature-inspired invite with typewriter font is perfect for couples having a book or library-themed wedding.
No matter what your wedding’s theme, letterpress can call attention to it with unique design elements. This patterned border incorporated the couple’s cool color palette and geometric focus.
Worthy of something Lilly Pulitzer might design, the juicy-hued wedding invitation is full of style and whimsy. Doesn’t the coral font look extra special in letterpress?