Bat Mitzvah

Equestrian themed Bat Mitzvah invitation suite

This sweet pink sparky Bat Mitzvah suite was inspired by our client Lila's  love of horses. We started by designing  a custom monogram logo that was used throughout the invitation suite (including custom envelope liners!) and in the party elements as well.  All elements were letterpress by us and assembled using a sparkly brown backing card in a pre-made folio. We also created a custom sticker so the final set had the feeling of a horse show ribbon when sealed on top of the champagne satin ribbon that held the folio set closed. Cute but still classic, the last photo shows how sparkly the paper is in real life! Please let us know if we can design or print your next custom letterpress project.

1 lila bat mitzvah set

3 Lila wrapped folio

4 lila liner and addressing

5 lila sparkle

We're still here!

I know, It's been too long- but it's our busy season and we've been working our little monkey knuckles down to the bone designing and printing some lovely Bat Mitzvah's, Weddings, Weddings, Baby Announcements, Weddings- well you get the picture. To help, here are some quick snapshots of some recent work- I promise to get back to some full detailed posts soon, so much to share! Hope spring is treating you well, we'll be back with more soon! xo, busy busy paper monkeys.

Los Angeles Bat Mitzvah Invitation Booklet

I've been wanting to post this project forever! But the sun hasn't been out much lately and I keep hoping to get better photos... so maybe i'll update the photos in the future, but for now I want to show you this lovely Bat Mitzvah Invitation set we designed and printed. It is a custom folio, 8.5" tall and 5.5" wide, die-cut out of pretty sparkly lavender paper, with dark violet sparkle paper for the backing. The main paper was 300 gram Crane's Lettra in Pearl white. Also included in the folio was a letterpress printed rsvp envelope (silver ink on the dark violet envelope) and card, a Shabbat Dinner invitation and party info on the pocket. All of the printing except for the RSVP card was letterpress printed by us (RSVP was flat printed as there were 2 versions). Everything was carefully hand assembled by us, and we even digitally addressed the outer envelopes to perfectly match the letterpress printed elements on the outer envelope. It was a project that took a lot of hand assembly, and I am really happy with the way it turned out (not so happy about the photography... but I'll work on that! ).