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Zooey & Ben

Quantity Produced

Production Cost

Production Time

1 Month

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

5 in & 7 in

Page Count

5 printed pieces

Paper Stock

Crane, Lettra, 300 gsm

Number of Colors

2 Spot



Paper Belly Band


Mrs Eaves


Zooey and Ben’s wedding invitations are another example of how letterpress just looks good. The illustrations work well with the typography and the mint green is a very soothing color. The paper banding is a very nice touch that adds a little extra to the whole package. I would like to have seen more of the red from the Save The Date card in other places as it stands out so much.

Ben and Zooey wanted a wedding invitation that reflected the sweet personality of their romantic, northwest-rustic wedding. Printed completely by letterpress, this two color invitation features classic silhouettes of the couple on the outside, paired with matching lovebirds once opened. The goal was to create a playfully illustrated invitation that still felt clean, simple and timeless. The suite included a gate-fold card, a flat card invitation, an RSVP card, and an illustrated map. All of the elements were held together with a paper bellyband, (also featuring the lovebirds) and tucked into an outer envelope.

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Zooey & Ben Wedding Invitations


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Design and Illustration: Kate Harmer
Production & Additional Desing: Real Card Co.



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Cole Baldwin

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Cole Baldwin

Former intern at UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

August 12, 2011


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