In the Shop: The Vintage Postcard Inspired Invitation Suite

Over the summer I had the pleasure of working on some fun invitations for a girl who lives in Denver but got engaged in Paris. She wanted invitations that honored the places that meant a lot to their relationship, so we worked together to come up with this vintage postcard inspired suite.

Printed on 110lb cream cotton paper and tied together with baker’s twin, these invitations turned out to be so lovely, and I just added them to my Etsy shop!

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Fun, right?

If you love em, they’re up in my Etsy shop for sale.

In addition to the suites in my shop, I also can design custom invitations for your wedding or party. Contact me for more information.

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  1. Lindsey July 4, 2015  3:23 pm Reply

    Hi Mariah!

    I am designing invites for my cousin's country Wisconsin wedding.
    These invites are so inspiring! I was wondering if you could tell me what type faces you are using? Also, I am trying to find a good source for vintage farm/midwestern postcard imagery to purchase, do you have a good source?
    Thank you so much!

    • mariahleigh33 July 6, 2015  6:09 pm Reply

      Hello there Lindsey!

      I used aeterna for the serif font and Beaurencourt FY (but Jane Austen font is similar and free) for the script font!
      I own an antique store, so I come across lots of vintage postcards. However, when I need one for a certain area, I just look on Etsy or Ebay for vintage ones. Some stock image sites also have vintage postcard fronts.

      Hope that helps!

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