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Custom Wax Seals for Wedding Invitations | Wax Seals & Artisaire Partnership

I am so excited and honored to announce my partnership with Wax Seals and Artisaire.
This fantastic company reached out to me a few months ago and together we began working on a beautiful custom wax seal just for you!  Having worked with Wax Seals and Artisaire in the past to create one of a kind works of art for my brides, I knew that a partnership with them would be a dream come true.  And so far? Being part of their creative community has been just that!
Without further ado, please allow me to introduce you to my wax seal: Blushed Bride

Isn't she pretty?  I am still so excited about this!
I’ve always loved illustrating portraits—it was always “my thing” growing up and even through college.  In fact, my initial entry into the wedding industry was through the portraits I illustrated as anniversary gifts.  Soon enough, wedding stationery itself came into my life and I haven’t looked back!  While I love both aspects of my business separately, I have always looked for a way to blend portraits and stationery together.  A wax seal became the perfect solution—not too overwhelming, perfectly elegant but a beautiful statement!

The design is available as a traditional seal (shown above) that can be used any time and anywhere, or as a self adhesive stamp (shown below in a step-by-step style).  I generally recommend the self adhesive version to my brides for a low stress option.  These can be added to envelopes as is seen traditionally, or to other elements such as table numbers, to fasten the wrap around an invitation suite, on welcome bags or personal stationery.  The options are only limited by your imagination!
Pro tip: Be sure to order the professional grade adhesive if you are using these for the outside of your envelope—they won't budge in the mail!


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