Letterpress Birth Announcements for Philipp

You may have noticed that I don’t share that much about my private life around here. It’s not because I feel like hiding but simply because I am not sure that my private whereabouts are very exciting to you. But since I am not a complete paranoiac either, and if you are a regular reader of this blog, you probably know that I gave birth back in April to my second boy. I wanted to share with you the wonderful job that was done by a young letterpress studio here in Brussels, who printed our birth announcements. This isn’t exactly about interiors, but it’s about color and design, well kind off or so I say anyway.

It was on my mile-long summer to-do list to photograph our birth announcement and to share it here but, as with pretty much the rest of my list never got done. About a week ago, Stéphanie Cornil the owner of Wafourou Letterpreslab, whom I had told she could use the announcements for her online portfolio sent me an email to let me know she had done so. Her pictures were so beautifully styled that I quickly asked her if I could use them.

I provided Stéphanie with the design for the announcements and she had them printed in no time, so if you are looking for a reliable letterpress studio, don’t look any further. You can contact here through her website, look up what she has to offer on her Etsy shop or find her goods in selected stores in Europe and the US.

Don’t you think she did a beautiful job with the styling? Thank you again Stéphanie!

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  • Hi Corinne,
    I love your birth announcements for your son. They are so unique! Great idea!ReplyCancel

    • Thank you Louise! I’ve discovered letterpress a few years ago and since have slightly obsessed over it, hence the birth announcements had to be letterpressed.ReplyCancel

  • Hi Corinne, These are the cutest announcements! Do you mind me asking how you get the crosshair print on the back? Is that a template or did you create it yourself? Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • Hi Ailee, sorry for the late reply. I actually started with a crosshair template as background and then inserted the medaillon in the center. You can find loads of free ressources on Melstampz Flickr accountReplyCancel

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