Digby & Rose is a design and print studio located in Washington DC, specializing in luxury wedding invitations designed for letterpress and Letterpress Light ®. In addition to creating beautiful ornate wedding invitations for your special day, they create unique and personalized designs for greeting cards, holiday cards for many different holidays, invitations & announcements for baby showers or birthdays, custom business cards for corporations and small business owners, and stationery for individuals and businesses in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia.Why Choose Digby and Rose?
Click on an image below to launch slideshow. Blue and Gold Hydrangea Wedding Invitations Customizable Matching pieces available Minimum order quantity 50 Hydrangea Wedding Invitations These blue and gold foil hydrangea wedding invitations were the perfect announcement for a summer wedding in Washington, DC! The hydrangeas were pressed with a blind emboss on thick light […]
Click on an image below to launch slideshow. Letterpress Confetti Wedding Invitations Customizable Matching pieces available Minimum order quantity 50 Letterpress Confetti Wedding Invitations These confetti wedding invitations are a fun but elegant way to announce your upcoming wedding! This letterpress print in navy and green is accented by an apple green envelope liner for […]
Click on an image below to launch slideshow. Lace Letterpress Wedding Invitations Customizable Matching pieces available Minimum order quantity 50 Lace Wedding Invitations These floral lace letterpress wedding invitations have a perfectly delicate and feminine look, making your first announcement of the wedding to your guests a beautiful statement! The main lace design was “blind” […]
Nowadays, more and more people are coming to the conclusion that religion is outdated and has little, if any, place in modern society. It’s being taught less and less in schools, busy family life makes it difficult to attend weekly services, and every day, there are new arguments against religion in general. But instead of […]