We love featuring invitations for Mitzvah celebrations that just took place. We especially love when the invitation is beautifully crafted and our clients are happy! For today’s Mitzvah Monday, all three of those characteristics are true in Olivia’s blue and gold glitter invitation.
Olivia’s custom design is one to remember. She chose to print her invitation on an off-white paper atop a gold-glitter and blue card stock for added thickness and a tri-layered effect. Printed in gold shimmer and blue thermography, the information she included on her invitation was accented with Hebrew lettering and gold hearts.
Olivia included two insert cards to accompany her main invitation. Her Party/Details card and Reply card were done in matching colors and printing styles. We love the creative way she chose to use a full and broken heart to indicate a guest’s reply. Too clever!
The Reply card also came with a pre-printed return envelope.
All invitation pieces were enclosed in a square gold shimmer envelope with custom address labels and sealing tabs (image below). The continuation of Olivia’s blue and gold glitter-heart “theme” were beautifully accented throughout the whole invitation creating a unique uniform look.
Overall, this one of a kind blue and gold invitation was perfectly crafted for Olivia and her Bat Mitzvah celebrations. We enjoyed working with Olivia and her family and appreciate being apart of their special day. Mazel Tov!
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Today’s Mitzvah Monday post features an invitation for a B’nai (or joint Bar and Bat) Mitzvah. Sydney and Grayson are sister and brother and created a custom invitation that evenly showcased male and female qualities without jeopardizing a unique and chic design!
Sydney and Grayson chose a double-thick square cardstock for their main invitation. The smooth texture of the paper allowed for the party information to be printed in multiple styles; digital and foil.
To keep a gender neutral appearance among the siblings yet encompass qualities appropriate for an evening celebration, Sydney and Grayson chose a black invitation with white text. However, to highlight both of their names and provide a unique female/male touch to their invitation, Sydney’s and Grayson’s first initials were printed largely in either pink or blue foil (images above).
Included with the invitation was a silver reply card and envelope; both of which were a shimmer or bright shine quality. This portion of the invitation was digitally printed and highly complimented the large invitation by including Sydney’s and Grayson’s large first initials once again (image above).
The invitation and reply card where enclosed in a bright silver envelope with “S/G” initials and return address on the closing seal. Overall, this invitation’s chic appearance encompassed both Sydney’s Bat Mitzvah and Grayson’s Bar Mitzvah appropriately without jeopardizing each other’s favorite colors! Mazel Tov!