We're so proud of the wedding work that we've done over the years. It brings us a lot of joy to create special collateral for celebrations of love. However, custom wedding work is very resource-intensive; it takes up a lot of our creative and logistical bandwidth! For this reason, we are currently taking on only one fully custom wedding client per quarter. If you are planning a wedding in Winter 2019 or Spring 2020, do get in touch!
We are happy to announce that in collaboration with Joel Benson of Dependable Letterpress in San Francisco, we will be offering a collection of our designs as part of their new line of customizeable wedding paper products, Dependable Weddings. Dependable Weddings suites are fully customizeable, and the customer service is top notch.
If you are a photographer, planner, or other wedding vendor, and are interested in collaborating on styled shoots or other editorial ventures, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, as we are actively seeking such collaborations.
If you are planning a wedding and are especially drawn to one of our prior designs, please get in touch, as we are interested in expanding the Lady Bones X Dependable Weddings design offerings in collaboration with our clients.
Wedding suites designed by Lady Bones for Dependable Weddings:
Craneway - a chic, minimalist invitation for a modern urban black tie wedding. One color letterpress printing on oversized double thick cotton stock.
Seigaiha - an oceanic wedding invitation in gold foil on navy stock, created for a wedding with traditional Japanese elements an a reception taking place in an aquarium.
Hitched - a simple, hip wedding announcement with a custom monogram and playful 70s typeface.
Regal Sunburst - this one is way over the top luxurious, with a moody, gothic feel. If you’re the bride on Say Yes to the Dress who picks out a dark gray dress for a witchy, faerie-forest ceremony, this is your wedding invitation. If you’re a queen and you love creepy classics like the Gene Wilder Willy Wonka, this is your wedding invitation. To read the full story, check out the blog post here.