Cescaphe’s Vie is one of Philadelphia’s most modern venues, and it’s also one of the grandest. Their website describes the space as “artful”, and I can’t help but agree. There are courtyards and ballrooms, and both are beautiful for ceremonies and receptions. As a result of all of the details, I knew Tiffany and Matt had chosen a wonderful venue for their wedding day, which began during their Nazareth Academy ceremony.
When Tiffany, Matt, and I began brainstorming about their invitation suite, I was elated when Tiffany mentioned she loved the idea of incorporating laser cut details. Time and time again, laser cut details are some of my favorites to design and see come to life, and I couldn’t wait to see their gate fold in person. As you will see below, it did not disappoint!
The other detail T+M wanted to include in their invitation for their elegant day was the traditional “double happiness” symbol. The symbol, which is a classic Chinese marriage symbol, was placed on the top of the invitation’s main piece. From the beginning, it felt like the perfect spot!
All of the details were digitally printed onto ivory metallic card stock, and the back of the invitation also featured a lace pocket. The entire suite was held together using silver satin ribbon, and the suite was placed inside an envelope that featured a silver liner.
I can’t help but hope all of Tiffany and Matt’s guests were blown away when their wedding day mail arrived! I hope you enjoy seeing much more below thanks to the photos Haley Richter Photography captured.