Too Pretty for Martinis

Take a sneak peek at the art and craft of letterpress coasters. Functional and fun, these floral coasters are as beautiful as any bride’s bouquet. Double as an invite, or double as a wedding favour. The possibilities are endless!

Designed by Martha Stewart Weddings, these are printed on ultra-absorbent paper stock, with advising and printing by Boxcar Press. I love the light gray/silver mixed with coral accents.

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Martha Stewart Wedding Coasters printed by Boxcar Press

Snow & Graham got me hooked when they turned theirs into pretty invites for birthdays, showers and surprise parties. They mix modern design with the traditional qualities of letterpress – making paper novelties fun and memorable. Find their latest assortment of Coaster invites through Greer Chicago online.

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Coaster Invites by Snow & Graham

Simple, bold, yet elegant best describes the styles by 12fifteen. 1-colour prints with cactus, VW bugs, cross-stitch or nature. You need nothing more to make it a beautiful design.12fifteen_coaster_500w

12fifteen Letterpress Coasters

Last but not least, Kamal Art on Paper makes eco-friendly coasters – many fused with rich black and antique gold. Made on 100% recycled chipboard, know that these didn’t harm any trees… Or tables!

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Kamal Eco-Friendly Coasters

Place your cran & soda, or frame them! Enjoy the noteworthy coasters from around the web.

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    1. Aren’t they gorgeous to look at? Friends of mine gave traditional coasters as their wedding favour but these are a great take on the idea.

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