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Jasmine & Yale Wedding Invitation


Production Method




Three Steps Ahead

Josh Korwin & Alyssa Zukas



Josh Korwin
(with help from Mike Mische, Alyssa Zukas, Jasmine Baker)

Two wrongs don’t make a right, but two split fountains form a harmonious bond in this fun and colorful wedding invite from Three Steps Ahead. 



Jasmine Baker & Yale Quan

Quantity Produced


Production Cost


Production Time

2 Weeks

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

5 × 7 × in

Page Count


Paper Stock

Neenah / Environment / Birch / 80C
French Paper / Glo-Tone /Yellow Light / 65C
French Paper / Glo-Tone / Blue Light / A-7 envelopes

Number of Colors

3 plates, 5 colors (split fountain)




Studio Lettering by House Industries, Knockout by H&FJ, Hellenic Wide(foundry type)
Rustic (foundry type)
Microgramma/Eurostile (foundry type)
anonymous condensed gothic (wood type)


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Project Description

Our friends Jasmine & Yale are getting married soon, and we decided to go all-out with our letterpress habit to create their invitations. The design process started on the computer, but the goal from the start was to create something really special, where the computer would only play one part of the tune. For the invitation itself, we decided to create a 5-by-7-inch card with a three color design (3/0), using two plates of computer-generated photopolymer, and one “plate” of actual, historic wood type.

Production Lesson(s)

Using two split fountains in one job ended up creating the illusion of way more plates than we really used. It's a heck of a good way to make use of a limited number of plates.”

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Kelly Cree

Writer for UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

July 10, 2012


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