What’s New at the Stationery Show

Posted by Kim on Jun 05, 2012

Guest Post by Anne Chertoff

Garett and Jessica Mayfield of stationery design company Wednesday have been creating custom wedding stationery for the past two years. The Oklahoma City-based company launched their first collection of greeting cards and invitation suites at this year’s show.  Their designs are a mix of delicate and bold, playful and thoughtful, intricate and eccentric. Below are the Clementine (left) and Chase (right) suites.  You can view the complete collection here.

Photos courtesy of Wednesday

Elum’s new V3 book is launching in 2013 (sorry, no photos are available yet!), but the company added a number of designs to their Umi 2 book.  This mini-collection, available now, features a mix of both modern designs and more classic floral motifs. Each suite includes all the paper elements you need for your wedding: save-the-dates, invitation sets, menu cards, and place cards. Below are three of the new designs, Harvest (left), Synthesis (center) and Love Note (right).

Photos courtesy of Elum

For their 2012 collection Envelopments partnered with Kristy Rice of Momental Designs.  Kristy’s custom wedding invitation suites feature a number of handmade details, including: hand painting, custom-cut sizes, hand-tied bows and hand-torn edges.  Her designs have been featured in wedding magazines from around the country and in over a dozen bridal blogs.

The new collaboration, the Trellis Collection, features ten hand-painted prints, including several floral designs in pink and orange.  As with all of the Envelopments patterns, couples can coordinate all their paper details including save-the-date cards, wedding invitations, menu cards, place cards, table numbers and favor packaging.  Through Zazzle.com you can also purchase matching stamps that match your wedding invitation suite.

Photo courtesy of Envelopments

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Anne Chertoff has earned her reputation as a wedding authority over the course of her 10 years in the bridal industry.