Whatever your project – a special birthday, a corporate meeting, a bar mitzvah, your best friend’s baby shower – we’re on it. We can generate ideas, help you choose the right one, brand it, and then design and craft whatever you need to make it a one-of-a-kind experience.
Every piece gets the same level of care. Business cards for your consultancy? Check. T-shirts for your mission trip. Check. Your wedding invites? Check. And RSVP cards? And menus? And place cards? And monogram designs? Check. Check. Check. Check.
Our portfolio includes note cards, business cards, holiday cards, gift tags, enclosure cards, wedding invitations, baby announcements, moving announcements, party invitations, menus, escort cards, place cards, coasters, napkins, cups, t-shirts, banners, embroidery/monogramming, flyers, posters, custom gifts, corporate gifts, and logos.
We use our luxury go-to printing techniques – letterpress, foil stamping, or engraving – to make all these that much better. They’re the best. But we’re not too snooty to use other printing methods for supplemental pieces, so don’t be afraid to ask.
We have experience with design, letterpress printing, digital printing, foil stamping, embossing, engraving, calligraphy, edge painting, border painting, envelope lining, die-cutting, mounting/duplexing, photo printing, watercolor drawings, embroidery/monogramming, and assembly.
And with years of branding experience, we can’t help but think of your project in terms of brand identity (What does it look like?), strategy (What are you promising to be?), and project management (When do you need this by? How can we make it happen?). Our national branding and big-agency experience permeate all our thinking to provide insights about your project that you may not have thought of.
"I worked with Shannon for my wedding. She designed a beautiful wedding logo for us and designed and coordinated all of the printed pieces for our events. She was great to work with, she is both creative and practical and brought my vision to life. I have recommended her other friends getting married.” Meredith W