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Kat and Tom Wedding Invitations


Production Method

Rubber stamp



Tom Pitts

Photography by James Abbott-Donnelly, Duke Studios
Screen Printing: Dots
Laser Cutting: Duke Studios
Paper: GF Smith



Dots Print House

UK designer Tom Pitts pulls out all the stops with his multi-paper, multi-print-method, multi-section, multi-folding-technique wedding suite. Something tells me this happy couple is going to have multi-children. 




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Production Time

3 Months

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Laserply / 3mm

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Project Description

I love print, especially pushing the boundaries of what's possible. I chose to use my wedding invites as an experiment into what can be done. It's taken a while, with 5 different stocks, 4 print techniques, 3 sections, 2 folding techniques, all for 1 wedding invite, fun times! The main invite is printed on stained laserply and screen printed in white. The milkman's wallet is GF Smith duplex and custom folded by my fiancé, thanks Kat! The map was litho printed and used a simple origami technique. All sealed in a lovely, hand stamped, string and button envelope.

Production Lesson(s)

We had to do a lot this by hand due to the low run required, get as much help as possible to fold the wallets!! ”

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Kelly Cree

Writer for UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

March 19, 2015


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