Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Large letter postcards were staple souvenirs from many American towns in the early part of the Twentieth Century. Since the Jersey Shore was a resort destination before air travel was common, it is easy to find this style of vintage postcard from just about any of the stops along the shore. We created our own designs for these three couples' Save the Date postcards using photographs and paintings. The painted card (Red Bank) especially evokes the postcards of days past, and was printed on linen stock to further emphasize the look of the older versions.