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What You'll Get
Before paper invitations became the norm, hosts invited guests to parties via town crier or a slap to the face with a confetti-packed glove. Avoid colorful clobbering with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for $225 worth of wedding invitations, stationery, and fine paper goods
- $179 for $450 worth of wedding invitations, stationery, and fine paper goods
- $299 for $800 worth of wedding invitations, stationery, and fine paper goods
Clients can opt to customize the color and font online of flat-printed save-the-date cards ($206 for 125), a basic letterpress wedding-invitation package with invitations, envelopes, and RSVP cards ($1,100 for 75), or a set of 300 custom calling cards ($375). This Groupon is good toward any item from Delphine.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order; may not be combined. Valid only for option purchased. Must cancel before proof approval; cancellations subject to fee up to 1/2 of Groupon price. Online only; not valid toward printing user-submitted artwork. Promotional value valid only for 1 order. Shipping and tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
When Stationery Trends Magazine identified Delphine's president and creative director, Erika Firm, as one of Top 10 Designers to Watch in 2011, it was the icing on the cake for the boutique stationery company, which has earned 25 nods from magazines including Lucky and The Knot since 2006. The reason for the hoopla is the balance of playfulness and timeless elegance expressed in the team's portfolio of fine-art prints, calling cards, and ephemera for special events. Wedding invitations take on a cheeky charm with cactus motifs or a do-it-yourself elegance with stitching patterns looped around flowing script, and the Baroquera font delivers good tidings of the bowl cut's demise in a sleek interpretation of medieval German black letter.
The team is also at the forefront of sustainability, printing on papers made from recycled cotton fibers or manufactured in plants running on hydroelectric power. Letterpress printing requires little energy and emblazons fine art and important missives in hand-mixed soy inks, and digital printers decorate smooth 110-pound cardstock with minimal waste. Finally, the online customizing and ordering process enables you to flip through 52 color choices, preventing potential exhaustion of limited rainbow resources.