San Francisco Wedding Invitations

Romeo & Juliet of SF Ballet ~ Save the Date & Wedding Invites

by Hyegraph on February 22, 2012

in San Francisco Ballet, Save the Dates, Wedding Invitations

San Francisco’s Romeo & Juliet ~ Save the Dates by Hyegraph

Romeo and Juliet Real Life Husband and Wife, Davit Karapetyan & Vanessa Zahorian¬† tie the knot in Yerevan, Armenia on June 2011. Now they’re starring in San Francisco Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet! The promos are all over the city for William Shakespeare’s Romantic Play. The difference is this Romeo and Juliet did get married and are living the dream in real life and performing together Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy on stage.

Save the Dates

Save the Dates by photo by Eric Tomasson

We were more than happy to help design the couple’s Save the Dates and Wedding Invitations last year at Hyegraph, as seen in the above image.¬† Vanessa & Davit chose this magnet Save the Date by Carlson Craft Stationery. At Hyegraph Embarcadero we also can help with your Envelope Addressing with Digital Calligraphy Service. You can order Save the Dates on line at our Shop Online site or come in to personalize your invitations at our store where we can meet with you in person and go over your design.

SF Ballet Romeo and Juliet

SF Ballet ~ Romeo & Juliet Sarah Van Patten and Pierre-Francois photo by Erik Tomasson

Here is a promo for Romeo & Juliet’s upcoming 2012 performance dating 3/6th through 3/11th at the San Francisco Ballet.

Romeo & Juliet San Francisco Ballet

Romeo & Juliet ~ SF Ballet Sarah Van Patten and Pierre-Francois photo by Erik Tomasson

Romantic shot of Romeo and Juliet from a previous performance at the SF Ballet.

Romeo and Juliet signTickets are selling now for upcoming performances of Romeo & Juliet. See the box office for ticket information at

We Congratulate the Beautiful Couple on their Marriage as well as for their parts in San Francisco Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet 2012. Here is a video of a rehearsal footage released by SF Ballet: Romeo & Juliet Rehearsal Footage SF Ballet.

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