We are super excited to reintroduce Passport Wedding Invitations to our offerings. It was such a wonderful experience working with this bride to create completely customized stationery for her destination wedding in Jamaica. We first used our Airline Ticket format for her save-the-dates. They featured a periwinkle purple striped background with vintage lace around the edges and peach accents. These vintage boarding pass invitations were enclosed in a peach pocket folder, which included a black lace ‘Ticket to Paradise’ emblem on the front with additional wedding information and map of Jamaica printed inside.
Following the ticket invitations, we created custom Passport Booklet Wedding Invitations for the formal invitations. They featured a metallic vista blue cover printed with a black lace emblem on front and map of Jamaica on back. The inside of the booklet included 8 information pages printed with the stripe and lace background. The first page included a formal wedding invitation with traditional wording, followed by a ‘Passport Photo’ of the couple with wedding details in a realistic looking passport page. A luggage tag format was used for the enclosed RSVP cards, which included two-sided printing with dinner and excursion selections on the back.
Finally, we designed matching Wedding Ceremony Program Fans printed two-sided in the same periwinkle stripe and lace background with peach accents, attached to wavy wooden handles.
May 13, 2016
Created for an at-home reception after a destination wedding, these “Happily Ever After Party” invitations feature purple and peach hydrangeas in a mason jar in a metallic purple pocketfold. The pocket held madlib RSVPs, Accommodations cards, and Directions & Parking cards – all of which featured the purple and peach flowers along the bottom. The front of the pocketfold was decorated with a small square card featuring the couple’s new last initial along with the hydrangeas.
May 5, 2016
Featuring a completely custom design, these airline ticket wedding invitations include an antique background with orange, red and pink tropical flowers and green palm trees and rain forest. The couple included a stateside reception save-the-date in the form of a luggage tag with antique background, tropical flowers and palm fronds. Both were enclosed in a burnt orange pocket folder featuring a hibiscus flower and cute quote on front. Additional wedding information was printed inside the folder, along with a map of Panama and three-toed sloth on the pocket.
We also designed other set of luggage tag save-the-dates for this destination wedding in Panama. They featured the same antique background, tropical flowers and rainforest graphics.
April 29, 2016
An elegant look for a beach wedding, these custom wedding invitations feature dark coral pink swirls with turquoise blue starfish. The invitation card is adhered to a turquoise blue clutch pocket, which holds rehearsal dinner, RSVP, accommodations and map cards in the back pocket. Each insert includes a header in coral script with two turquoise starfish at the top, with coral swirls and starfish accents around the text. A custom area map of Wilmington, NC with points of interest was created for the largest insert.
April 25, 2016
With an elegant, vintage look, these custom airline ticket wedding invitations feature the Chicago skyline in dark purple, lavender, and light gray with purple and gray swirls and scrolls. The matching RSVP luggage tag features the same purple and gray swirls with faded Chicago skyline in light purples and gray. The boarding pass and luggage tag were enclosed in a metallic silver pocket folder featuring a vintage airplane and ‘Love is in the Air’ tagline on front. The inside of the folder included an outline version of the Chicago skyline with the plane flying above carrying a banner showing the couple’s name and wedding date. Accommodations details and a passport inspired stamp were printed on the pocket.
April 22, 2016
These formal wedding invitations feature all black text on cream card stock with a swirl accent separating the wording and black backing card stock for a layered, bordered look. The top includes the couple’s first initials monogram between two holes woven with black satin ribbon. The matching response card features the monogram at top with all black fonts and black swirl separator.
April 21, 2016