One of our first Spark Couture clients, Danielle Rainone and Ted Roofener, decided to work with us to create their wedding stationery due to the overwhelming amount of stationery needs they had in mind for their wedding weekend. While we enjoy our relationships with our retailers, there are a select number of clients we take on each year through Spark Couture. These clients typically need original artwork or more than a save-the-date and wedding invitation set. We have the ability to do the design, printing and finishing work all at our facility allowing the couple and Spark the greatest amount of control over the quality and look of the final product. It was such a pleasure to work with this couple as they were so appreciative of our efforts.
Each set includes a printed outer envelope with a printed liner, an blank inner envelope also with a different printed liner, and a main invitation panel printed on 4-ply Rising Museum Board in White. Three additional panel cards are printed on Rising Museum Board in White, only using 2-ply so they are set apart from the main invitation. The three panel cards are sized differently so they are different from each other. The reception card is the smallest, the welcome celebration card is next and then the reply card is on the bottom since it had the most information. The panel cards and reply envelope are enclosed in a Gilbert Esse Espresso 100# cover wrap, with a white Arturo printed band holding the wraps shut.
More pictures of their set can be found on our Flickr page.