For all the modern minimalist brides out there, finding the right paper goods that are well designed and unique can be a challenge. There are so often times when just one little detail that isn't quite right can throw off the whole look—a color that's just a little meh or a font that doesn't seem to work with the rest of the design. Luckily, we've been scouring Instagram for cool-girl-approved stationery designers, and we found some really beautiful, graphic, and clean paper goods with interesting textures and perfectly sophisticated palettes. Here are five of our favorite modern stationers you have to follow on Instagram for inspiration!
With some of its most interesting work made from unconventional materials (think marble, wood, slate, cloth), Yonder Design is one of the most innovative designers we follow. The team thinks not only about the design of their products but also about how all of their pieces will be displayed. Look at the amazing moody acrylic escort-card installation above and you'll get the picture.
Put most eloquently by the stationers themselves, Deliver Studio caters to the bride who “is understated. She knows simplicity is the key to her authenticity." Their work is indeed understated and sophisticated, and their feed is a calming stroll through happy negative-space invitations and artfully graceful portraits.
Gather and Co.
Specializing in not just wedding paper but also graphic design, branding, and art direction, Gather and Co. has some truly special custom suites. This one has cover art by Eskayel, one of our favorite textile designers. Plus that black wax seal?!? Perfection.
With impossibly perfect shades of dusty mauves and muted blushes, Rawson's suites have the palettes that dreams (at least ours) are made of. She manages to make subtle details, like a small and seemingly randomly embossed shape, very intentional in her invitations—a delight for lovers of design.
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A designer we've been following for a while, Lisa Hedge of Venamour combines lovely modern florals (a combo that isn't always successful but she does it so well) with perfectly placed type for suites that are sweet but not too sweet. (Say that five times fast!) Her feed of abstracted paper goods mixed with inspiration-laden still-life portraits makes for the best Pinterest fodder.