With the launch of the new IBC site and the introduction of a new logo, I decided it was time for new business cards as well. Although I loved (and still do) the old look of IBC, I was ready to embrace the new design, logo, and colors.
I searched online for ideas and places to get some quality cards printed. My web designer came across Cotton Paperie, and I knew after being on their site for a few seconds that this was the place. It was that instant gut feeling that you sometimes get. And oh boy, did it pay off.
They had everything on my checklist: gold foil stamping, letterpress, and edge coloring. In my opinion, three ingredients to a memorable business card. Go big or go home, right?
Mike Trobiano of Dash Creative Group created the design for the new business cards which included my logo and told the color story of the new design. The resulting design is simple, but still interesting and dynamic. The new card fits the new brand perfectly. A friend described it as a graphic work of art.
Dear readers, I think these are the nicest business cards I’ve ever had. They are on fleek! I realize I get overly excited about things and use words like “swoonworthy, ah-mazing, and fabulous,” but these cards are all three of those things. (Oh, and I should tell you, I blurred my phone number in the photo. It’s perfectly clear on the card. I just didn’t want anyone calling me at 3 AM to discuss skillet recipes.)
Anyway, Cotton Paperie was the bomb to work with, and I can’t recommend their services enough. Even if you don’t need new business cards, you’ll want to check them out. They are purveyors of beautiful custom thank-you notes, the cutest product tags, note sets, and anything you could ever imagine for your wedding. Seriously, if you have a hot minute, pop on over to their site and see what they offer. I’m super tempted to order some IBC thank-you cards.
What do you think of the new IBC business cards?