DM Paper Designs introduces Casa Ybel Stationery, an exclusive line of Stationery for Casa Ybel Resort on Sanibel Island in Southwest Florida.
The Tropical Line of Invitations features 5 unique designs inspired by the look and feel of Casa Ybel Resort.
All Invitations and cards are printed on either 100% cotton white or 100% cotton ecru cardstock and come with coordinating envelopes that compliment each design.
The Invitation features a seashell in a coral color with a hand-written feel calligraphy font.
The Invitation is inspired by the seagrass that lines the edge of the Casa Ybel Resort property on the beach.
The envelopes are a pearlized champagne color that give the beachy invitation a bit more of a formal feel.
Hand-painted watercolor florals and ribbon adorn this fun and flirty Invitation. The suite is pulled together with pearlized nude colored envelopes.
This Invitation has a whimsical layout, aquamarine starfish graphic and pearlized aquamarine envelopes complementing the graphics.
This Invitation uses nautical fonts and graphics in a navy and coral printing combination to give a sea-worthy look.
The anchor and ribbon graphic tops off the Invitation which offers a fun and unique layout.
Stamps and guest addressing are available for the Save the Dates and all Invitations in the Casa Ybel Stationery Line.
The custom stamps and guest addressing are included when couples place an order for the Invitations to be mailed for them.
The stamps and guest addressing can be added as separate items if the couple would like the Invitations delivered to them.
Madison, one of our assemblers at DM Paper Designs, introduced us to her friend and Chi Omega sorority sister, Kelsey. Kelsey came to our studio hoping that I could capture the rustic look and feel of their wedding venue location in all of the details of their wedding stationery. I knew the challenge would be to take the strength of the oak trees of Cross Creek Ranch and marry it with the soft, elegance needed for their wedding. During our intial meeting we brainstormed and I suggested ways to capture the contrast of the textures of the outdoors within the invitation suite. A special thank you to Austin Trenholm at Trenhom Photo for capturing all of the details.