These chocolate brown booklet programs feature vintage flower outlines on cream linen card stock. The 4 pages are backed with a chocolate card stock and assembled with a sheer ribbon bow. The first page acts as a cover with the couple’s names and wedding day information. The second page outlines the wedding ceremony, third page the wedding party and last page a thank you from the couple and reception information.
October 26, 2010
I’m pretty sure these adorable tri-fold picture save the date cards speak for themselves, but in case you would like some explanation: These folding save the dates play off the format used from my “Young at Heart” save the dates with the couple’s childhood photos on the front and engagement portraits inside. But there was a surprise – the groom had a photographer shoot the entire proposal and we’ve included the pictures to prove it. The inside features 7 engagement photos, including 6 from the actual proposal, and the back includes an 8th engagement photo along with accommodation information.
October 20, 2010
Creative reception stationery is a great way to add flare to your wedding day. Using themed table names rather than table numbers to direct your guests to their seats is a fun way to add personality to your reception. And using illustrations for your guests’ meal choices adds a cute touch to their escort cards and makes the waiters’ job even easier.
Check out these Boston themed table name cards with a different Boston neighborhood map for each table paired with red floral escort cards that matched the wedding invitations. And these pink and black swirl table numbers and escort cards with pictures of a cow, chicken or carrot for the beef, chicken and vegetarian meal options.
October 18, 2010
Swirls and scrolls are very popular for both traditional and modern wedding invitations. These modern invitations both feature swirls paired with the same two fonts. The simple, elegant script and small caps block font are are perfect pair for wedding invitations. The first invitation includes navy blue circular swirls surrounding the text on on a cream card stock, and the second incorporates a red scroll with a black border dividing it from the text on a white card stock.
October 14, 2010
I’m excited to show off another fun project just completed for one of my destination wedding couples Charity and Mike. You may remember their passport save-the-date cards featured in an earlier blog post. To go along with that same theme, their wedding invitation was created to look like an airline ticket and the RSVP as a luggage tag. I created custom pocket folders for them to be placed in with a palm tree “ticket to paradise” emblem on the front, and reservation information and a map inside. Thanks again Charity and Mike for another great sample to add to my collection.
October 11, 2010
Floral prints come in all different shapes, sizes and colors. Let emDOTzee know what flower you have in mind, and we can design custom floral print invitations for any event you may have.
(Left) Wedding Rehearsal Dinner Invitation: Chocolate brown peony floral outline with creamy yellow floral watermark
(Right) Bridal Shower Invitation: Bright chartreuse green and navy blue flowering branch
October 7, 2010