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Design + Print: Varsity wedding invitations

One of our final wedding projects of 2012 was this show-stopping invitation for February nuptials taking place at the Loring Pasta Bar and Varsity Theatre in Dinkytown. Shannon & Sean, the betrothed, wanted a black and blue invitation suite that would reflect both Minnesota roots and contemporary aesthetics. While we tossed around a few concepts, …

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Design + Print: Minneapolis skyline invitations

We created these skyline invitations last spring for a couple who was planning a downtown wedding. When they asked about the possibility of including an image of Minneapolis on the invitations, we had just finished printing notecards featuring a modified photograph of our downtown skyline (the cards were featured in our blog last March). So …

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Look for Lunalux in Minnesota Bride

We’re honored to grace the pages of the newest issue of Minnesota Bride magazine. First, you’ll find us on page 36 of the spring/summer 2011 issue, on newsstands now; a story about unique wedding stationery includes an invitation printed at Lunalux last summer, along with a brief explanation of the project’s uncommon story. Next, check …

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Design + Print: Orange wedding invitations

This project wrapped up months ago. But in honor of the spectacular fall weather we’re enjoying here in Minnesota (in November?!?!), this autumnal-colored wedding invitation gets the spotlight today. Nicole & Mike came to Lunalux over the summer in search of invitations for their September wedding at the University of Minnesota’s Weisman Art Museum. After …

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In-house calligrapher, at your service

Helen & Erik live on the east coast, but they discovered Lunalux while visiting Erik’s family in Minneapolis. Erik gets credit for designing their wedding invitation suite, including the fantastic tree illustration. I suggested a few minor edits to the text and the layout, but my main contribution was calligraphy on the invitations and envelopes. …

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Design + Print: mod floral invitation

This blustery winter weather is bringing me down. So I’ve been self-administering a little paper therapy, sifting through stacks of summery samples to lift my spirits. The most effective treatment thus far? Adrienne and Matthew’s vibrant fuchsia and tangerine wedding stationery. This was such a big project for us, I’m not sure why it didn’t …

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Design + Print: leafy invites for a fall wedding

Luanne and Roger wanted a very simple invitation for their at-home wedding reception last month. Browsing through sample books at the Lunalux studio, they fell for this earthy paper combo we used recently for Leah and Jeanie’s wedding invitations – brown kraft envelopes, paired with burlap-textured card stock. Working with that warm color palette, we …

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Design + Print: earth-friendly wedding stationery

Leigh found Lunalux while searching the internet for wedding stationery that is both sophisticated and earth-friendly. She wanted invitations printed on 100% recycled paper but didn’t want them to look crafty. It was a fun challenge to work with a long-distance client who had very specific needs! Leigh found a shower invitation on our website …

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Design + Print: wedding invitation booklet

Even though it’s practically a holiday, I’m enjoying a bustling and productive day in the studio. Planning to work late, even! We’re expecting a little visit from Blue and Jack, a couple whose unique wedding invitations we printed earlier this year. They’re having a night-before-the-wedding party at the dance studio next door (hello, Four Seasons), …

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Design + Print: train-inspired wedding invitations

With Taylor & TJ’s wedding reception planned at the Minnesota Transportation Museum’s Jackson Street Roundhouse, the blushing bride wanted train-themed invitations for their big day. Our challenge was to create a suite that would cultivate nostalgia for old railroad culture without explicitly incorporating trains, train tracks, and engineers with their tell-tale caps – we’re talking …

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