The Anthology, our semi-custom collection, makes the process of choosing and customizing your wedding paper goods effortless. We encourage you to review this guide before submitting your invitation order.
How to Order
The Anthology showcases a curated selection of our favorite fine art paper goods. Begin by exploring our galleries and deciding which suite suits you and the aesthetic of your big day. Our suites are available in a range of color palettes, feel free to browse our customization guide (below) or order samples to introduce yourself to our materials, firsthand.
Once you have selected the suite for you, its time to decide the details. We recommend you review all guidelines on this page, our terms & conditions, and our FAQ page, carefully.
Select the items you would like, the amount, the printing method and paper type and add them to your cart. Once in your cart, you will be prompted to choose your calligraphy style (if applicable), font style, paper and ink colors, and more.
Before completing your order, visit our "Add-On" shoppe to browse our selection of wax seals, calligraphy addressing options, printed addressing, vintage postage stamps, ribbon and twine enclosures, and vellum wraps! Select the items you would like to add to your wedding paper goods and add them to your cart.
Once you have all your desired items in your shopping cart, you can complete your order! After we receive your order, we will send you an email within a 4-6 business days to confirm and give you a link to your personal client portal where you can review all your order details throughout the process.
THE DESIGN PROCESS
On your portal, you will have access to your timeline, content form, and proofs. You can refer to your timeline for all relevant due dates including when we need the wording for your suite, proofing & approval deadlines and when you can expect final delivery. Any delays on behalf of the client in providing wording and sending draft corrections/approval will impact our timeline and delivery date. We do our best to honor requested delivery dates, however all orders are subject to our availability and production schedule. If we need to adjust your delivery date, we will contact you before proceeding.
Printing Methods & Ink Colors
Digital printing creates a flat, smooth transfer of your design on top of paper. The finished invitation results in a crisp, clean look. We have developed a method of digital printing for both cotton card stock and handmade paper.
Letterpress is a luxurious printing technique in which your design is inked and pressed into paper. This artisanal method leaves a deep, pillowy impression into the paper. Letterpress uses matte inks and is available on both cotton card stock and handmade paper. *White ink available only with letterpress.
Foil printing consists of laying a sheet of metallic foil over the top of paper that is then pressed with an engraved metal plate. This method is available for both cotton card stock and handmade paper.
Paper Types & Colors
Cotton Card Stock
Cotton card stock is our go-to for modern, sophisticated wedding paper; it features crisp, smooth edges and a gently textured finish. *Onyx and Midnight paper available with letterpress and metallic foil printing only.
Learn more about our cotton card stock here.
Our most popular option, our handmade paper features extravagant deckled edges, elegant textures, and colors inspired by nature. Our signature style makes good use of this stunning paper.
Learn more about our handmade paper here.
Envelope Type & Color
Card Stock Envelopes
Cotton card stock is our paper of choice for digital printing and features crisp, smooth edges with a gently textured finish.
Handmade Paper Envelopes
Our handmade paper envelopes feature extravagant deckled edges and an elegantly textured finish.
Wax Seal Colors & Designs
Review our current in stock wax seal designs here
Crest & Monogram Styles
a rustic, romantic script for effortless elegance
no fuss, no frills, sensible sophistication
a refined, timeliness script for the city of lights
something a bit wilder