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Plaid and its close cousin houndstooth come together on these letterpress invitations. Lead off with save-the-dates sporting one motif, then mix and match your other details. The only rule: Keep the colors consistent throughout. Clockwise from top: Albertine Press suite with envelope liner, save-the-date, and escort card. All postage in story, championstamp.com.
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Striped Invitation Suite
If you've banned horizontal lines from your closet, it's time to reconsider: These invites positively own the classic French style. Each piece is hand-painted, and though the suite looks pretty here in raspberry, you can choose any shade under the sun. Cynthia Warren Design suite and ceremony program.
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Graphic Shape Accents
Fashion houses love working angles into prints, and this letterpress suite co-opts the look with isosceles triangles and razor-thin lines. A sleek sleeve with a scalene cutout plays a sophisticated game of peek-a-boo -- just like runway dresses. Studio on Fire "Arrow Union" suite, sleeve, thank-you, and guestbook cards.
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Contemporary Floral Print
This letterpress pattern is vibrant, modern, and, most of all, versatile. The bright pops of yellow and green scream "outdoor affair!" but these flowers would also be fitting for a fete in a contemporary city loft. Elum Designs "Wheatgrass" suite, envelope liner, and reception card.
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