The perfect accompaniment to your save the dates and wedding invitations, these Ever Wreath Wax Seals is a beautiful way to celebrate your wedding day!
Designed by Jenny Sanders, world-renowned artist and designer from Portland, Oregon - create your own anniversary wax seal featuring our state-of-the-art layered engraving techniques and signature wax colors.
A Note From The Artist:
"While thinking of the concept for this initial collection, I was trying to figure out how I could translate my love for minimal design and typography into a wax seal. I had the idea to incorporate multiple levels to the seals, which would provide more contrast… and create interest while still maintaining the overall minimal feeling that I love."
- Pre-made with an adhesive backing for easy application
- Handmade using no molds or castings to create an authentic wax seal
- Flexible wax with professional adhesive backing allows this wax seal to be mailed
- Modern formula ensures vibrant color while avoiding a glue-y or artificial feeling
- Weighs approximately 0.02 oz (0.5 grams) and won't add significant weight when mailing
- 1" diameter stamp used to make these wax seals, finished size is ~1.25"
- Made in North America
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