Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no.19]


Happy belated third birthday to Brooklyn Bride! I am amazed on a daily basis how much Vané packs into this blog while staying on top of the fabulous events she puts together. Hope you are all having a good start to your week so far. For this week’s post, I took some snapshots around Urbanic of some of my favorite invitation sets we have been working on lately.



above collections include – Hollis by Dauphine • Helaini, Rhon and Lashar by Smock • Creme Brulee and Salon by Elum • and Hollie by Spark

{all photos by Parcel Post}

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no. 17]

I think the combination of watching too much Mad Men lately, and getting these adorable rubber stamp sets in at the shop, has me fixated on things from a vintage office. I even just purchased an old-school looking postage scale for Urbanic! Whatever the case, the elements of the look are so basic … (stamped, typed, labeled) that it would be neat to see more of this look incorporated into wedding stationery. Below is a collection of finds for your inspiration pleasure!

How great would it be to sign a guest book with a fountain pen?! The one above was found here.

• Gummed labels found on ebay via ali loves curtis – you could have a blast using these on escort cards and favor tags! • One of my favorite wedding invitations in Urbanic is this ‘horizon set’ by Tiny Pine. It’s all about that typewriter font! • The cute vintage office stamp set I was referring to is by Cavallini – so great for your thank you cards and endless possibilities with those wedding day personal touches • Subject notepads by Paper + Cup • I love the vintage newspaper idea for the program! You could actually make it an interesting read! The one above was found here by this photographer. • Custom return address rubber stamps by Paperwink

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no. 16]

We recently received the Spark letterpress album at Urbanic and I’ve had this set on display as inspiration for my Brooklyn Bride post this week! How cool is it that the map of Brooklyn is incorporated into this suite as a design element?! Below, you can see it used as the pattern in the save the date, the escort cards and the outer envelope liner. The map on this set could be of the city of your choice and you could customize the colors and fonts to fit your style. Also darling in this set are all the extra special pieces, such as the couple’s signature drink coasters, the new home cards and the favor tags!

[images from Urbanic]

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MaeMae Paperie

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This latest addition to MaeMae’s 2010 wedding collection , Gilly, is a stunner…I like how the designer, Megan, comes up with a fictional story behind her designs.

“Gilly spotted Cian at an old fashioned candy shoppe where she was buying jelly peach rings before boarding a train home. She had the peach rings at the shoppe at the same everyday for five months before Cian finally took her on a date to an orchard where they were married the following year.”

[images from MaeMae Paperie]

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