Amy & Eric discovered Paper and Home through the esteemed Las Vegas wedding planner, Andrea Eppolito. Their modern classic wedding invitations are a direct reflection of their style, which is what we aim to do for all of our clients! We love working with planners like Andrea because they have a vision. They build a design for the entire wedding, and understand that it all starts with a great save the date.
Amy & Eric worked with one of Las Vegas’ best photographers, Alt F, who deliver masterful wedding shots as well as incredibly unique portraits, corporate photography, and fine art photography. When we have photos like the ones above to work with, we let them do their thing and just get out of the way! The cute calendar, and modern classic fonts and layout work perfectly with the portraits of Amy, Eric, and their awesome dog.
Building off the save the date, our design team created a modern, classic wedding invitation set. The minimal design is easy on the eye, allowing the beautiful blend of shimmer papers and color tones to take front stage. The little heart from their save the date calendar transitioned to the invitation, as did the pink color blocking and font treatment.
We always recommend envelope addressing to our clients. It is such a timesaver and looks great! Paper and Home offers both digital and hand calligraphy (digital being the cost-effective option). This add-on will impress your guests, match your design, and most importantly, save you the agony of addressing them by hand! Oh, as a rule, no Avery labels on wedding invitations! These are not junk mail—the addressing is part of your wedding design!
Details of the reply postcard—shout out to Amy & Eric for the fun wording! Postcards are a great alternative to the traditional reply card and envelope. Less postage, less paper, and less money!
Details of the Las Vegas map—a cute and fun keepsake for your guests!
Amy & Eric carried their elegant design into their day-of stationery pieces, including lovely menu cards and hole-punched escort cards.
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