A Hand Stamped Wedding

Since Whoa Nellie Press now offers custom calligraphy stamps in our Etsy shop, I wanted to do a blog post on the many ways to incorporate rubber stamps in weddings.  Stamping adds a special touch to all the little details.  Of course stamping the return address on your outer and RSVP envelopes is a great choice to save money on calligraphy, but there are many other uses as well.  Here is some inspiration to get your creative juices flowing!

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Hand stamped handkerchief save the dates.  Pretty awesome!  [Source]

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This is too cool for words!  Get a custom made stamp from Lilimandrill.  AMAY-zing!  Stamp thank you notes, favors, programs and more with these adorable stamps.

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Hand stamped napkins, also for sale on Etsy.  What a nice touch!

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A sampling of stamping ideas.  Stamp favor tags, bags and more.  [Source]

Please visit me on Pinterest for more ideas on how to incorporate rubber stamps in your wedding.

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Great Option for Return Address Calligraphy

While some brides are excited to have me address the return addresses on all of their envelopes to match the front addresses, it can get a bit pricey.  Many clients have asked if I would make a stamp for their return address so all of the calligraphy can match.  I am pleased to announce we now offer address stamps in our shop!  Most addresses stamps come out to be 4″ X 2″, but other sizes are certainly possible and will be priced accordingly.  In addition stamps can be used for many other details in your wedding including favor tags, thank you notes, and more.  Please look for our next blog post to see how to incorporate stamps in your wedding.  For now, here’s a look at our recent work.

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A return address stamp in Sunshine font I made for Johanna.  The gold looks beautiful on the pool colored envelopes.

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Johanna’s outer envelopes and RSVP envelopes in Sunshine font.

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A close up of our whimsical Sunshine font.

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A signature drink menu for Lauren.

Look for future posts on incorporating stamps into your wedding details, a special post on apples, and a post on weddings in Vermont.