Crane & Co. In Action: Best Of 2011

We love the fact that our invitations, stationery and business cards are completely customizable. From the monogram to the typeset to the ink color to the printing method, chances are, if you have a vision, we can put it on 100% cotton paper.

That said, we equally love when we see others use our paper in stunningly creative ways. So, without further ado, here are five of our favorite designs from 2011.

Happy Envelope Birthday Invitation

Best Birthday Party Invitation: Featured on Oh So Beautiful Paper, these invitations by The Happy Envelope were for a 4-year-old’s coun­try carnival-inspired birth­day party — mailed with a lollipop to sweeten the deal

Joel Kimmel Business Cards

Best Business Card: Inspired by some of the artist’s favorite words and depression era-looking characters, these cards were designed for editorial art directors using 300 gsm lettra

Mama's Sauce Wedding Invitation

Best Use of Color: Designed by Mama’s Sauce, the bride & groom wanted a mix of playful & classic, with one very important detail — the yellow shoes! The tri-fold wrap used 110# Pearl White Crane Lettra

White Mischief Party Invitation

Best In Understated Elegance: Inspired by the 1940’s film “White Mischief” these party invitations by Sideshow Press were letter pressed on 220# Crane Lettra Paper & edged in a mustard yellow

The Pink Orange Wedding Invitation Suite

Best Wedding Invitation Suite: The bride used the words French, circus, vintage, red, black and gold to inspire her wedding invitation suite, designed by The Pink Orange on 220# lettra

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