She included Letterpress to her work about a year ago, right around the time I fell in love with her work for my own wedding. She just started a new blog too: http://www.whiteaisle.blogspot.com/
I was just visiting her site and just saw this great news:
Ah! I wish I was a bride again!
WhiteAisle has such beautiful designs that differentiates itself from the standard traditional wedding invitations. And they look even more beautiful when they are letterpressed!
Back when I was planning my wedding, I knew I wanted a traditional wedding with a vintage twist. I fell completely head overheels with her Lily design (also the name of my old toy poodle I grew up with). My wedding colors were light blue, with green, and touches of brown.
Here are some pictures Rebecca took of my invitations (which are also displayed on her website: http://www.whiteaisle.com/). We letterpressed the main invite, the design in blue, and the text in brown). The accompany pieces of the overall invitations were flat printed and worked well together. Rebecca was such a pleasure to work with: flexible, accomodating, and quick to answer all my questions. I recommend her to all my clients who need invitations.
(all photos courtesy of White Aisle)