Monday, April 30, 2012

Navy Invitations With A Burlap Touch

We recently finished a set of rustically chic wedding invitations for a very dear friend and just loved how they turned out! The invitations feature a navy blue pocket card, which has a layer of premium wasabi card stock under the printed, cream invitation. When you flip the card over, the pocket holds a separate direction and RSVP card. To complete the rustic look and feel, we wrapped the entire invitation in a burlap ribbon. We are so excited to see how the actual wedding turns out with so many beautiful details planned like the use of mason jars as decor. Enjoy! 

Friday, April 27, 2012

SPOTTED in Stationery Trends Magazine!

If you are a lover of all things paper, you must pick up the latest issue of Stationery Trends is overflowing with delicious paper goodness. Spotted Ink is honored to have our Petit Seat Display mentioned not once, but twice in the new Spring 2012 issue! Our  displays was listed as a "Fresh Pick" for black & white inspiration and as a "What's Hot" in bridal details. Check it out below and then visit the issue here.

Fabulous photography by Rich Lander of Chard Photography. Enjoy!

Friday, April 13, 2012

FEATURED in DIY Weddings Magazine!

Spotted Ink is thrilled to have our Petit Seat Display featured in the Spring 2012 issue of DIY Weddings Magazine! If you are a bride, this magazine is a many great tips and ideas for gorgeous wedding details. The best part is that you can purchase a printed copy of the magazine or the online version for instant access. For more information, visit!

To purchase our Petit Seat Display, click on the red "shop" button at the top of this blog.

And special thanks to Rich Lander of Chard Photography for the stunning pictures!

Monday, April 2, 2012

A Bridal Tea Party

It doesn't get much girlier than tea parties. Now pair that with a tea party for a future bride, and you have a recipe for all things pretty. We just love this delicate invitation made with textured cardstock and accented with a layer of fuschia. It's a perfect way to set the tone for celebrating a gorgeous bride-to-be!