- Led by Tara Guérard, one of the nation’s leading tastemakers, Lettered Olive provides the finest in luxury wedding letterpress. A collaborative vision with graphic designer Julia Shuman, Lettered Olive was launched as a way to provide all brides the best stationery options possible. Tara’s 15 years of wedding design expertise are imprinted on everything we do. Thus, Lettered Olive knows weddings! We are not just a design team. We are not just a printer. We know the in’s and out’s of event design and coordination. We focus on even the smallest detail, and strongly believe that each element should be infused with a couple’s personal style. From traditional to trendsetting, Lettered Olive provides impeccable quality, superior service and unmatched sophistication.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Today Tara is in Tampa, Florida at The Special Event conference, where she is giving a lecture on wedding trends and her inspiration process. The creative process is such a fun part of our job. It is so exciting to … Continue reading
We’ve been really inspired lately by cut-outs and laser cuts. We started back with our Ashley Collection lace belly wrap; the delicate details of the wrap adds such an unexpected touch to the invitation. This wrap could be used to … Continue reading
I love the Golden Globes. This January award show is mid-winter inspiration! I love seeing the what people wear…not just to see who is wearing what, but to see the design of these gowns…the lines, the colors, the textures. Last … Continue reading
We are exciting to announce the launch of our new line exclusive for Palmetto Bluff in Bluffton, South Carolina! If you haven’t been to the Inn at Palmetto Bluff, you’re missing out on one of the most beautiful hidden gems … Continue reading
The first of it’s kind in the wedding industry, our FREE app has made finding the perfect invitation suite quick and easy. Enjoy scrolling through stylized photographs of each collection suite along with images of coordinating pieces. A Geolocation feature … Continue reading