Using a mix of colors, this all-in-one invitation incorporated die-cut letters that unfolded to spell the honoree’s name. A matching geometric pattern was used throughout to tie in the colors and shapes.
Color and style are set in motion with this invitation suite. A custom “TLK” logo creates a repeat pattern for the front of this design. Mailed with a custom scarf for the girls, and a pocket square for the boys, this set put fashion first.
Icons everywhere that tell a story alongside favorite photos of this Mitzvah. There is a lot to celebrate in 13 years! And a CBP favorite – fun with postage stamps on the mailing envelope.
Pop art exploded to create this primary color invitation suite perfect for a party. The mix of triangles, stripes and graffiti is unexpected and the reply envelope boasts a guitar-themed postage stamp.
This Mitzvah was a modern art fan and was inspired by artist, Yves Klein. The invitation itself was engraved on a soft touch cobalt paper stock and finished with a painted and deckled edge detail. CBP created this custom liner by photographing several colors of pigment and the envelope liner text came from the Mitzvah herself.
A bat mitzvah invitation for a modern moment. The square shape and silver foil type is simple, yet exquisite.
A custom set of save the date “cards” was created for this San Francisco City Hall celebration. The color palette and pattern continued on the invitation suite setting the tone for the formal evening affair.
A custom logo inspired by this Mitzvah’s favorite brand was center stage on the circle save the date, while the custom pocket invitation brought the logo to life in other ways. A lipstick website insert was the perfect accessory in this invitation design.