Spark Wedding - Anemone Flower



This invitation set was designed by Spark for someone special in our family. The anemone flower takes center stage in this design. No frills, except for the stardream coral paper backer and the blind letterpress envelope liner. Printed on crane lettra 110# cover in pearl white. Blush pink and dark brown inks.

Lettuce Paper Hydrangea Invite



This wedding invitation was designed by Lettuce Paper, Brooklyn, New York. Letterpress-printed on our Heidelberg Windmill press using crane lettra pearl white 110# cover in two custom blue inks. Luxe white envelope. We encourage you to check out Lettuce Paper's website as she has a keen and clean design sensibility we love.

Creative Blu Sewn Wedding Set



This wedding set was designed by Creative Blu, Long Beach, California.

Spark takes credit only for the printed pieces! Creative Blu dressed up the panels as show in the image above. It is a stunning, handmade piece. The panels were letterpress-printed on crane lettra fluorescent white 110# cover in green and charcoal inks.

Blind Letterpress for Float Paperie, Chicago



This piece we printed for Float Paperie, Chicago, is an excellent example of blind letterpress. The Crane Lettra 110# cotton cover always takes a nice impression, so all of the artwork in the blind hit really stands out on paper.

For those of you who are not familiar with letterpress pricing, we consider this a 2-color letterpress piece. The blind hit is still a run through the press even though no ink is used. Consider using a blind hit on business and personal stationery. It is a subtle yet beautiful way to make an impression. If you would like to see samples of blind letterpress as well as letterpress using transparent inks, please contact us.

HotHouse Letterpress Stationery



This piece was designed by April Mueller for HotHouse Collaborative in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The stationery cards are sized 5.25" square and fit into Crane lettra 5.5" square envelopes. The cards are letterpress-printed on one side only. We used a heavy impression depth so as to create a patterned texture on the unprinted side of the card.