Meet Fleurish Ink, the Paper Atelier From the Team Behind La Petite Fleur
If the wedding and event design studio La Petite Fleur is not yet on your radar, take this post as an invitation (pun intended) to check them out. We’ve long been fans of the stunning floral arrangements and tablescapes Leigh Karsch and her team have put together for celebrations all over Philly, and now we’re excited to announce the launch of their newest venture—a paper atelier called Fleurish Ink.
La Petite Fleur has always offered custom invitations and day-of paper products as part of their wedding and event business, but it wasn’t until recently that Karsch decided to label their paper services as a separate entity underneath the La Petite Fleur umbrella. “Paper artistry is a component of nearly every client décor plan that we design and produce. It became apparent that this service was just as integral to an event and, consequently, as significant to our business, as floral décor,” she says. “That’s when I decided to formalize Fleurish Ink.”
Fleurish Ink’s debut collection—which will be released later this Spring—is a culmination of the various invitation suites Karsch has created over her nearly 25 years in the business. She designed this first batch of invites specifically for the letterpress, engraving and foil-stamp printing processes, which she says “make for the most elegant presentations in social correspondence.” You can expect to find clean lines, sophisticated typography, and art deco and vintage floral motifs among the designs. (We have an exclusive sneak peek for you below!)
Of course, Karsch, who’s also a professional graphic designer, can customize an invitation suite to fit the exact look and feel of your wedding, too. Plus, she’ll do your paper goods—escort and place cards, menus, signage, favor tags—to match.
And that’s not all: Fleurish Ink also has an Etsy shop! Their current listings include a handful of adorable Philly-themed save-the-dates and announcements, which you can easily order through Etsy and have in-hand in two weeks. Once the invitation suites launch, they’ll also be available for purchase on Etsy and through La Petite Fleur’s Abington studio.
As mentioned above, Karsch is giving Philadelphia Wedding readers a first-look at Fleurish Ink’s debut letterpress and foil-stamp wedding invitation collection. Peep the photos, and a few of their save-the-dates, below.
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