The stationery, designed by Randi, is letterpressed in brown ink. The stickers on envelopes and addresses on reply cards are outlined with a rubber stamp inspired by a vintage label. The invitations are blind hit (impressed with ink) in Hebrew with the biblical love story of Jacob and Rachel (Randi's Hebrew name); highlighted are the words "Jacob kissed Rachel." Each bundle is tied with baker's twine.
Randi's bouquet mixes chrysanthemums, celosia, ranunculus, scabiosa, eucalyptus fruit, hypericum fruit, and a medley of other blooms and berries; the stems are wrapped in pink fabric and embellished with a vintage French hat pin and a mother-of-pearl button; Randi tucked a handkerchief from her grandmother, who was unable to attend, among the blooms before walking down the aisle.
The couple adhered to a red-and-white color scheme for reception tables; oversized helium balloons are tied with baker's twine to small rocks wrapped in red-and-white striped cotton shirting; table numbers painted onto hang tags using stencils from a hardware store are tied in place on the twine.