Laurie and Michele wanted something fresh and fun, yet classic for their beach wedding in Florida. We combined a funky beach scene with calligraphy and letterpress
printing to achieve the right balance. Suite includes an illustrated map and custom house portrait. 3-color letterpress printing done by Flying Rabbit Press, Madison.

Since Meredith and Brian were getting married in late September, we chose a warm palette of yellow and coral to showcase the vibrant foliage of autumn in Wisconsin. Hand-painted
with gouache and then digitally printed, their suite includes a fun Things To Do map, complete with their little bike-riding figures and a custom monogram.

Screen Printing by Screen Door Studio

Screen Printing by Screen Door Studio

Lisa + Mark are an active couple who can often be found running or riding their bikes. It was no surprise that they chose a nature conservancy as the setting for their
outdoor wedding. This screen printed invitation suite showcases the picturesque stone wall and the canopy of trees, under which their ceremony took place.

Courtney and Brian decided to have a small winter ceremony in the middle of a snowy field in Wisconsin. Combining the snowy theme with their love of their dogs
and outdoor activities, this invitation suite was born. Originally painted with gouache, the final was digitally printed and paired with rustic paper bag envelopes.

Screen Printing by Screen Door Studio

Screen Printing by Screen Door Studio

Anna and Ryan got married at a 150-year old brewery by the river in downtown Rockford, Illinois. Inspired by the building's iron beams and timber posts, they wanted their invitations
to have a classic, yet industrial feel. The black French Paper screen printed with white ink gave a nod to the chalkboard signage that welcomed their guests to their big day.