We’ve gotten orders for wax seal for personal branding from two photographers. I think it’s a lovely touch to receive your photos packaged in something so traditional and surprising. Amy Lynn is an amateur photographer from Indiana. You can visit her blog and Facebook page to see more of her work. The seal with triangles and circles is a personal seal for Stephen and third seal is for Spyke who is a photographer from Singapore.
We got an order for a wedding wax seal from the lovely Ms. V. She had a design prepared and we just helped her transform into a seal. It’s always a pleasure working with a great customer.
We’re always looking for new ways on how to improve our packaging without breaking the bank and we finally decided to make our logo into a rubber stamp. I just love how it looks on the kraft paper envelopes. What do you think?
I was so excited when I saw a link to Erika’s blog, the fab and the frugal, featuring her wedding invitation with our M&E wax seal. The black and white invitation looks so elegant and the punch of Kelly green sealing wax adds such a great accent color to their invitation.
We created this custom invitation for our friends, Kim and Alfon. Kim showed me this picture from a library book of a paper cut invitation that she liked and I based the feel of their invitation from that inspiration. The bride wanted an invitation based on her favorite color which is green and she liked the style of the illustration I made for another save the date.
The seal was made using silver wax beads and a 2 letter seal which is available from our store. The main invitation and insert is printed on linen textured paper. The small reception card is the size of a business card which indicates the venue address and printed at the back of the card is the contact information of the couple as well as their sisters who are in charge of the RSVP. Having the small card handy will be convenient for guest who will be travelling to the mountain side reception venue from the city.