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250 Mill Street
Taylors, SC, 29687
United States


Sofia Invitations and Prints brings you custom designed laser cut, letterpress, and flat printed wedding invitations and other stationery items. Sofia Sayer, founder, designs exclusively for each customer or business....creating one of a kind, high end stationery and other products. Laser cutting and letterpress printing is done in house.

Our company was founded by Sofia Sayer in 2011, after Sofia spent years designing textiles in NYC and teaching art. She holds a bachelors degree from the world known art college, Rhode Island School of Design, and a masters from The New School in NYC.

Sofia Invitations and Prints is located in Greenville, South Carolina. We make our products with our own hands on a Chandler and Price press from the early 1900's, a Kluge press from World War 2, and two modern Epilog Laser.

Inspiration and knowledge from Sofia Sayer, Greenville wedding invitation designer.

Wedding Invitation Expert Knowledge Blog for Sofia Invitations and Prints

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13 Stripes Brewery Collaboration

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We did a fun collaboration with our Taylor’s Mill neighbor, 13 Stripes Brewery for a visionary founders meeting called “All Good Things”. The founders meeting is for a large event they host called “Hymns and Hopps”. It is a huge event that attracts hundreds where people gather to drink beer and sing Hymns. Sofia Invitations made a unique invitation for the visionary founders dinner that is hosted before the event to organize the event, bring the founders together for fellowship, and to discover ways to carry the movement forward together. Pinpoint custom made a puzzle with the pieces pertaining to the event for the founders to engage in together.


All Good Things Invitation

The invitation is printed on cream card stock and features an engraved cork circle in the middle to give it the invitation a rustic unique feel.



The “All Good Things” puzzle contains reflective gold and silver acrylic pieces plus more displaying a guitar, paint brush, beer mug, music notes, paint tray, leaf, and SC. Engraved on the inside of the puzzle is the founders goal, “The purpose of All Good Things is to foster international gospel connections in unconventional ways”.


The Event

Check out this amazing event and brewery that we are stoked to be able to be apart of!


Less is More: The Best Simple Wedding Invitations

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Simplicity is one of the founding and never failing rules in the design world. It is encouraged in graphic design, photography, interior design, painting, drawing, really any aspect of art or functionality. But as a wedding designer, it ends up being harder to keep invitation design really simple. There are so many fun ways to add in cute and eye catching elements so it is easy to go overboard sometimes. As brides scroll through Pinterest they are bombarded with a abundance of patterned envelope liners, floral arrangements, ribbons, belly bands, foil, vellum and your brain is over stimulated and overwhelmed. Although all those elements can be beautiful and elegant, sometimes the best way to get there is through a more simple design.

Check out this beautiful French invitation that embrace simplicity. This invite is called “Fleur 1” and was a collaboration with an artist in Paris named, Laura Horrocks by the PAPER/PAPER company. Beautiful work!


Acrylic Vellum Invitation

Here are the acrylic invitations that I had more of a challenge with because just how simple the bride wanted it. The RSVP and envelopes are digitally printed gold with a plane vellum wrap and neutral tissue paper wrap. The acrylic invitation were done in both Spanish and English for her guest. I think they turned out very elegant despite my urge to add more colors and design elements!


Here is another beautiful example of a simple design by the design studio, Graphikkart. This font is more dramatic but the colors and other design elements keep it elegant and natural.