Posted 21.09.2012 @ 1.40PM
Hope everything went well Monkee!
We've had alot of fun this year designing and pressing wedding invitation sets and it's a pretty interesting industry to be a part of - lots of warmth to go around. Quite cool to see e-vites popping up around too, I've seen some banging designs for wedding invitation sites lately.
We've finally got a website and most of our projects up, there's another two letterpress wedding sets and some letterpress stationery projects that'll be uploaded over the next fortnight -
Posted 20.06.2012 @ 12.16PM
Aldous, your work makes me swoon. So nice.
Here's our latest two design + letterpress projects, bus cards for a sports PR rep -
+ a wedding set with invite, RSVP + map
Apologies in advance if those images come up huge!
Posted 16.01.2012 @ 8.17PM (Edited 16.01.2012 @ 8.17PM)
Hey Monkee - we are based in Thirroul, an hr south of Syd on the coast.
We've only got one wedding set under our belts so far but would love to speak to you about the design + printing of your invitations if you want to go down the letterpress route - you can check out what we've got at
- Claire + Mitch
Posted 16.01.2012 @ 3.50PM (Edited 16.01.2012 @ 4.48PM)
Hey guys + girls
First time post!
My partner Claire and I have spent the last two years researching and planning our own letterpress venture, and in October last year we purchased a 1960 Heidelberg, had it reconditioned and have had some very warm and encouraging retired fellows help us out every step of the way... We're both designers, freelancing from our home studio in Thirroul, this has been a pretty incredible journey so far!
We're still getting our website together though we've got a facebook page at the moment - facebook.com/rubystuesdaystudio
Below are some shots of our first wedding invitation set for a great couple who are getting married in Byron this march - along with a two colour invitation, we designed and printed one colour RSVP + Transport cards and a keepsake digitally printed handkerchief map - these were all wrapped in a bellyband then sent out in lined envelopes with printed address labels ->