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Love is a many splendored thing. However, when it’s proclaimed on paper, it is absolutely breathtaking. Take this example—a gorgeous wedding reception invitation created by our newly-wedded friends, Howard and Lauren of Nosh Creative.

Upon pulling the invitation from its transclucent envelope, you’ll notice four different layers. A thin laser engraved wood tag, by Artifacture is tied to a multicolored string that encircles a wide, illustrated belly band. Tiffany blue is printed on Neenah Environment Digital, 80 Text, PC100 White, Smooth for the band. Slide it off and you're greeted with intricate hand-lettering printed in black. The silver background was created by printing a gray screen on the metallic finish of Reich SHINE Digital, Pearl. The gorgeous hand-lettered text reaccounts the story of how Howard and Lauren fell in love. A krafty, little RSVP card printed on Neenah Environment, Desert Storm completes the set. Each paper element was printed digitally on a HP Indigo and has a unique personality of its own, but banded together they form a rustic elegance that’s hard to match! Sort of like…Lauren and Howard.

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