You’re in love with Jessica Hische’s exquisite hand-lettering and illustration—you just don’t know it yet. Her whimsical work has graced some of your design inspirations: the title cards of Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom” and the USPS’ 2013 and 2015 “Love” stamps. Put some of her hand-finished touches on more than just the top-right corner of your envelopes with invitations, wedding stationery, and cards for your most important events and correspondence.
Jessica Hische’s work alludes to traditional crafts like embroidery and filigree, but her invitations are anything but old-fashioned. You can show a sentimental side with her sampler-like birthday invitations—perfect for a first, fifteenth, or 50th celebration—and use our online design tool to add just the right level of personal flair with new colors, type, and wording. When love is in the air, Jessica Hische’s wedding stationery places graceful calligraphy on a backdrop of festive champagne flutes, tiered cakes, and special-occasion heels—because weddings are really just a good reason to drink and dance. Set the stage for your young love’s celebration with a photo invitation featuring a sentimental portrait.
The mailman can take Saturday off, too, because our online tools help you plan a wedding (and its select paper mailings) in a wonderfully modern way. Online save the dates and flat-printed invitations let your guests RSVP with a tap of their screen. Guest messaging lets you trade any pertinent last details before the ceremony begins with no need of a phone call. After the bouquet gets tossed, post a few pictures of the big day in an online gallery and save the best shots for your wedding album.
On days without a formal celebration, you can still send a love note decorated in Hische’s elegant lettering. Couples can find Valentine’s Day and romantic cards with illuminated terms of endearment to commemorate their relationship, and singles can celebrate their blissful unattachment with cards in equal style. If you’d like to give your recipients a more permanent token of your affection (and Hische’s handiwork), a folded paper card makes a beautiful addition to the mantel—sure to last from this holiday to the next.