Oheka Castle will be hosting their Bridal Show next Thursday, August 13 from 6–9pm. It’s a great opportunity to meet wedding vendors, view gorgeous gowns, and of course check out a selection of Fat Cat’s beautiful invitations!
Couples travel from near and far to celebrate their wedding at the luxurious Oheka Castle. Anyone who has ever traveled up the driveway, through the beautifully manicured shrubbery to arrive at the Oheka Castle gates, understands the grandness of this venue.
Such an unforgettable venue deserves an equally stunning invitation — after all, it is your guests’ first impression of your event.
We absolutely love designing invitations that our brides and grooms will cherish long after their wedding day. Here are a few Fat Cat favorites…
“Carissa + Angelo” by Fat Cat Paperie
Don’t you just wish you could see your guests’ faces when they receive your invitation? This one is sure to make quite the impression with a laser-cut gatefold, letterpress printing and luxurious double-weight paper. The spectacular venue is truly showcased with an intricate image of the castle pressed into the paper.
Photos from Sheri of Brett Matthews Photography
“Colette + Rocco” by Fat Cat Paperie
This one is a definitely a show-stopper. This booklet invitation is wrapped with satin cord and a custom wax seal. It’s perfect for those planning an entire weekend of events. You can make this booklet truly your own by adding photos, a schedule of events and any other information that your guests may need — and it’s all presented in a beautiful box.
“Alyssa” by Spark Letterpress
Laser-cut details are all the rage right now and when combined with letterpress printing, the results are absolutely stunning!
Lisa and Justin chose this invitation for their elegant Oheka Castle wedding. This invitation was designed and printed by Spark Letterpess.
“Nicole + Daniel” by Fat Cat Paperie
These beautiful letterpress pockets have been pretty popular at Fat Cat. This invitation, printed by Spark Letterpress, features shimmering metallic papers and is sealed with a monogrammed bellyband. The back of the pocket displays a subtle impression of the castle.