When I was a kid my parents used to take Stephanie and I to this place called The Bristol Renaissance Faire. As you may have guessed it’s a renfair. We used to think it was the coolest place because it felt like a step back in time. I remember deep fried mushrooms being flung around through a trail of hot oil that singed anyone in its path. I also recall getting lost, which led to my parents frantically searching for me and becoming aggravated because whenever they asked a “local” for help the wench, warlock, or whathaveyou wouldn’t break character and insisted on talking in medieval English. Those were fun days at Bristol. Fun, weird days. Why bring this up? Because the latest addition to the Mightyvites gallery, the Bristol wedding invitation design, shares the same name as that now strange but once magical place.
March 17th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: digital print, letterpress | Comment |
March 6th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
Ohio is a big state. The country is reminded of this every US election season and Chicagoans, like us, observe the fact often when introduced to new folks around town. Chicago draws a lot of people from Ohio, and I presume a lot of Chicagoans end up calling Ohio home. So why’d it take so long for our electronic wedding invitations to reach the buckeye state?! Who knows, but they did get there this past summer when customer Scott and his then fiancée Rebecca chose the rolling waves wedding invitation for their big day.
February 15th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
February 6th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
January 20th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
Jennifer and Omar of California’s Bay Area came to us with a wonderful idea: take the wedding invitations their friend was designing for them and turn it into Mightyvite. That way they could have the matching online RSVP, head count tracking, and envelope addressing included with all Mightyvites but still use the design their friend created. We were happy to accommodate, and did so by having our graphic designer work with their friend.