Monday, June 28, 2010

Royal Steamline



We have just discovered the offerings from US stationers
Royal Steamline, and know that you will be as excited as we are about these gorgeous and quirky designs! The unique wedding stationery is created by a husband and wife design team based in Portland, Oregon. The wedding invitations have an edgy, dark feel with retro and vintage detailing. Through a subtle combination of shadows, textures and vintage illustrations, Royal Steamline convey a sense of eras strange and forgotten. Sea monsters mingle next to robotic ravens, and gentlemen scientists have tea with rockabilly rebels.

Royal Steamline work with brides and grooms to create invitations from scratch. They also offer a line of readymade, customizable invitations, place cards, programs, table numbers, save-the-date cards and RSVP cards.

Fig. 5 Invitation, Enclosure & RSVP Set (Shown top) - Evoking the beautiful color plates of antique volumes documenting botany and zoology, this subtle design doesn’t overpower; it allows you and your special day to be the focus of the invitation.



Lilium Invitation, Enclosure & RSVP Set - Blending the ambiance of a misty garden with the smoky appointments of an elegant dining car, Lilium is a heady cocktail that celebrates both the quiet and the spirited moments of a brilliant wedding day.'




L’Hôtel Particulier Invitation, Enclosure & RSVP Set - For those whose relationship resembles a fine Beaujolais, there is L’Hôtel Particulier. As cool as Carrera marble on a hot Bastille Day afternoon, this design reminds us of the mystery waiting to be explored with the one you love.




Ten Thousand Miles Invitation, Enclosure & RSVP Set - Weathered by the miles (and maybe a few storms), you and your love have shown that you are dedicated to go the distance. A perfect way to set the tone for your retro/rockabilly affair.



Mecanique Invitation, Enclosure & RSVP Set - Featuring a seal on the reverse that includes your initials and wedding date, Mecanique celebrates both the elegance of the Victorian era and the fantastic inventions of the Steam Age.

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