Precious Metals

photo by Jessica Claire

There is no doubt that metallics have always been a strong presence in wedding design, but we are seeing a strong demand for using them in paper design as well. Obviously, gold and silver have been popular for a while, and Rose Gold had it’s moment last year…But, right now we are LOVING using copper metallic ink in our work. Metallic copper was used everywhere for this bride, it was stunning paired with naturals like guinea feathers, greenery, leather accents, and wood grain.

photo by Melanie Mauer and Jessica Claire

Simple copper sheets were cut and hand painted with table numbers, which partnered so beautifully with the copper foil menu cards..

photo by Jessica Claire

We aren’t sick of gold yet though… Here, a champagne metallic thick paper is die with the couple’s custom monogram and paired with a pop of coral. So pretty. The champagne metallic ink gave a modern feel to the formal invitations.

photo by Corbin Gurkin 

For this glam bride, metallic sheets were inscribed with the invitation wording and fashioned in a metallic velvet booklet- with a burnout revealing more gold in the form of a monogram! Super luxe.

photo by Corbin Gurkin 

We love how gold partners with black for an old world feel.  This corporate client wanted an art deco feel and the gold definitely glams it up.

photos by Liz Banfield

Of course, you can always mix your metallics… For a New Year’s Eve wedding demanding some sparkle, gold and silver came together to produce this glamorous suite.

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