Custom designed letterpress cards for The Charleston Tea Plantation and a little background about my connection to the the tea farm.
Many of you have probably seen me posting several pictures and/or talking about The Charleston Tea Plantation, but it occurred to me the other day that a lot of you might be confused about this, unless you know my background. So let me quickly explain.
My sweet dad, Bill Hall, is the founder of The Charleston Tea Plantation (which is the only tea plantation in america) and he is a third generation tea taster. So tea, as you can imagine, has been a huge part of my family as well as the tea farm. It is 130 acres of pure magic, located on Wadmalaw Island just 20 minutes away from down town Charleston, and has been so dear to my heart as long as I can remember (my dad bought the farm when I was 7). 42 Pressed headquarters is located on the farm right now in a temporary space since we moved in May, and I am psyched to say that we have plans in the works to build this fun, gorgeous studio within the next 6 months, which I am thrilled about.
The tea farm has a fun little gift shop and I was asked to design some cards that people could use as stationery. One card features the trolly, which takes tourists around the farm, the next is a tea plant flower, and finally a card of the custom built tea harvester.