Parklife Press is one of those companies that will make you wonder why you didn’t know about them sooner. Not only are their letterpress designs lovely, but they are often half the cost of other letterpress options, and their standard printing time is only three weeks!

These are just a few of my favorites. Stop by Parklife Press to see even more well-priced (and did I mention eco-friendly) beautiful designs.

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Any big plans this weekend? Mine involve eating delicious tacos for half of it, and then hibernating for the rest. For your enjoyment, some of my favorite links from around the web this week…

via Design Crush

 

Valentine tea bags from Creature Comforts – and while you’re there, check out all of her other free (and darling) printables.

Letterpress recipe cards would be a great bridal shower gift, via decor8.

Some things are better upside-down (scroll to the last photo).

Eloping looks better everyday.

Monogrammed ties for the boys (and one for me), via m.writes.

Invitations printed on vintage ledger paper.

Tons of inspiration over at Wiley Valentine’s blog.

Looking to cut costs? Make it a picnic wedding!

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I’ve had this photo of the yellow dress in my mind ever since I first saw it on The City Sage – are you as in love with yellow as I am? It certainly brightens dreary winter days…

Mood: sweetly sophisticated
Palette: mustard yellow, powdery blue, cream

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Top row from left: dress via The City Sage, The Treasured Petal bouquet photo by One Love Photo, suit and dress from J.Crew, blue and yellow from Plum Events
Row 2: yellow shoes photo by Jose Villa, San Francisco City Hall photo by Michelle Walker
Row 3: bird print by Kareem Rizk via sfgirlbybay, lemonade photo by Myrtle & Marjoram, tulip bowl by Grandiflora, cake photo by Punam Bean
Row 4: arrangement from Martha Stewart, clutch from J.Crew, photo by Jonathan Canlas, invitation by Wiley Valentine

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It must be the weather, but I find myself drawn to soft colors these days. Here, rustic, French country lavender comes to the big city. A chic short dress, an urban venue, paired with a simple hand-tied bouquet, jars of lavender, and antique French linens. I imagine an intimate family dinner followed by meeting up with friends for dancing.

Mood: French country meets city chic
Palette: sidewalk gray, lavender

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Top row from left: dress via Nibs, lavender bouquet photo by Thayer Allyson Gowdy via Style Me Pretty, cakes from Martha Stewart Weddings, Brooklyn Bridge ceremony photo from Always A Bridesmaid
Row 2: invitation by Wiley Valentine via Oh So Beautiful Paper, boutonniere photo by Teresa Horgan
Row 3: place setting photo by Leigh Miller, jewelry box photo by Wendell T. Webber, lavender photo by Jose Villa, confetti photo by Meg Smith

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