Announcing! Our 4 New Stationery Papers

Categories Wedding Stationery

Color. Design. And Paper …  The 3 most important elements when it comes to your wedding stationery! As your colors set the mood and your design {and wording} set the tone, your paper type should work in perfect harmony to bring them both to life! That said, we’re super excited to share our 4 new papers with you. Although equally luxurious, each of these paper types brings a unique look and feel to the table.

Meet Our 4 New Stationery Paper Types

Premium Smooth wedding invitation paper type

Hello, Premium Smooth!

Luxurious in look and feel, this smooth paper has a beautiful matte look and a soft, eggshell finish. Most popular, this thick, heavyweight paper stock is perfect for all designs and colors! 

 

Linen wedding invitation paper from MagnetStreetGreetings, Fine Linen!

An elegant, delicately textured paper that emulates the look of fine linen fabric. Printing on this pattern adds a subtle sheen to colors and photos, allowing them to pop with vibrancy.

 

Felt texture invitation paper from MagnetStreet

Nice to meet you, Pressed Texture!

Soft, sturdy and distinctly textured, this matte paper has the handmade look and feel of a watercolor canvas. Perfect for artistic, earthy and rustic designs.

 

Luxe Pearl paper from MagnetStreet

It’s a pleasure, Luxe Pearl!

Imported from Italy, this smooth, specialty paper has an iridescent effect that softens colors and photos. This heavyweight pearl paper is a lovely choice for trendy designs and artful themes i.e. Art Deco style.

 

*These 4 papers are available for Save the Date Cards, Wedding Invitation Suites, Programs, Favor Boxes and Large Folded Holiday Cards as well! Learn more about each paper type to decide which one is best for your design and wedding style.

 

After you’re done learning about our new papers …
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Behind the Design: Floral Lace

Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery

Welcome to Behind the Design–our recurring blog series that puts the spotlight on a new stationery design and the inspiration behind it. We hope that it inspires you to discover new ways to infuse today’s hottest looks into your wedding look.

And speaking of today’s looks–have you been keeping an eye on the top runway collections from New York Fashion Week, this week? It’s been fun. Today’s Floral Lace Pocket Invite design is reminiscent of some of the looks for spring that offer that interesting contrast between formality and informality. An irresistible tension!

MagnetStreet graphic designer, Megan

Here’s Megan to tell us about her design, Floral Lace.

“This design was created for a classic wedding with a slightly rustic touch. The modern, organic custom lace keeps the look soft and gentle, while the Kraft paper look of the background, adds the charm. I imagine the couple choosing this design to want a formal wedding–with classic colors and style–but would also want to appeal to their rustic sensibilities, too. Maintaining elegance and sophistication would be accomplished through their flowers and attire, while the venue and details would keep the look feeling charming and inviting.

Black and white can easily be dressed up or dressed down, just by changing the style and atmosphere around it. This design could be easily dressed up or down, too. The elegance of the floral lace combined with the rustic feel of the Kraft paper, makes this design a perfect choice for any classic wedding with a rustic spin.”

What do you think of having contrast in the wedding look?

black and white wedding invitation

Visit MagnetStreet to browse the entire Floral Lace design suite.
Photo Credits
For allowing us to use their photography … much thanks to:

All images from Justin and Mary {via Style Me Pretty}

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Color Monday: A Lovely October Wedding

Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery

Happy Labor Day! Even though we’re all kicking back on this holiday–celebrating the American workforce–we didn’t want to leave you without a proper Color Monday to start your week off right.

Who loves a fall wedding–especially rustic modern fall weddings. Yes, please! Gorgeous warm tones with fun pops of color offer a fresh spin for an Autumn palette–like today’s inspiration. How cute is this couple? And those groomsmen–all charming like in their celadon-colored bow ties, billy ball boutonnieres and pink high tops.

Setting the tone and tying in all the quirky cuteness is… Sweet As Pie Tea-length Wedding Invite. With its eclectic, vintage country patterns and kraft paper look and feel, the overall tone is casual and fun. What do you think?

Fall Wedding Inspiration board

 

Pin the Palette …

Fall wedding color ideas

Photo Credits
For allowing us to use their photography … much thanks to:

Dyl and Sara Photography

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Behind the Design: Chalkboard Sweetheart

Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery

Welcome to Behind the Design, our blog series that puts the spotlight on a new, trendy design and the inspiration behind it. That said, be inspired to see how you can infuse a current trend into your wedding look.Jen, graphic designer at MagnetStreet

Here’s Jen to tell us about her new design, Chalkboard Sweetheart. Featured in this board and in this design, is the fun and fashionable, Foldover Pocket Invitation.

Chalkboard Sweetheart was inspired by the recent chalkboard trend. The design elements are simplistic with hand drawn hearts and doodles. The fonts follow suit adding to the organic feel of writing on a chalkboard. Also on trend is the mint green to give this design just the right pop of color. Chalkboard Sweetheart will add the perfect charm to any rustic wedding.”

Thanks Jen! Chalkboards are indeed charming and a sweet complement to outdoor or rustic weddings. Want to see more of this fun design? See the entire design family here.

BehindTheDesign

For allowing us to use their photos, much thanks to …

bridesmaids by Jake and Necia, cake, DIY signs & centerpiece by Thirteen Twenty Six Studios, bride & groom by Jagger Photography

 

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