These formal black wedding invitations feature a rich black background with crisp white lettering for a modern chic look. The black background is carried over to the reception card and accompanied by a reversed white reply card. To add even more flare, the meal choices are displayed on the RSVP card as small pictorial icons for the beef, chicken or vegetarian options.
The reception stationery featured the same border and fonts for the table numbers and escort cards. We printed the guest names and table numbers on the escort cards along with the menu icon to indicate the guest’s meal choice.
January 6, 2011
Both of these 2011 brides came to me with unique ideas for their save the date postcards. The first was looking for a simple pink airplane to represent the countless trips the bride and groom make between the United States and Germany, where the bride is from. The airplane features a “Save the Date” flag, which we will carry over with other personalized text for her invitations and thank you cards. She also wanted to include her text in both German and English to accommodate all of her guests.
The second bride found a vintage postcard featured in the Durwood Barbour Collection of North Carolina Postcards in Wilson Library at UNC-Chapel Hill that she wanted to incorporate into her save the date postcard. With their permission, we reproduced the postcard on a cream linen card stock and added her save the date text in a blue handwritten script on the back of the postcard. There’s no doubt her save the dates are a stand out piece.
Image Credit: “Greetings from Chapel Hill” in the Durwood Barbour Collection of North Carolina Postcards (P077), North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, Wilson Library, UNC-Chapel Hill
January 4, 2011
This couple was looking for wedding invitations to portray “Springtime at Christmas” for their December wedding in the Virgin Islands. They also wanted to incorporate yellow love birds, as well as green and red for Christmas. This vertical tri -panel invitation was perfect for their fun personalities. The yellow and green flowering vines flow down all three panels for a seamless design. The first two panels include the invitation text, with a tear-off RSVP postcard as the third panel. We also designed coordinating ceremony programs with the same colors, fonts, flowers, vines and love birds for their wedding this past weekend. Congratulations newlyweds Tiffany and Bayley!
December 21, 2010
These folding wedding invitations feature a peacock feather and monogram on front with the invitation text, monogram and swirling scrolls inside. The invitations, RSVP cards, and thank you cards feature colors of turquoise, olive green, brown and gold to coordinate with the peacock feather.
December 16, 2010
These light blue and white linen wedding invitations add a modern twist to the traditional invitations. With a light blue border and matching blue lace vellum to place between the invitation and RSVP, these invitations are elegant yet fun… perfect for a sophisticated wedding at the beach.
December 14, 2010
This bride couldn’t get enough of our custom designs. After ordering everything from her save-the-dates and invitations to her programs and seating chart, this bride came back to order her Christmas cards too! These beautiful red and green picture Christmas cards feature a floral damask pattern and the bride’s favorite wedding photo taken by Sandfoot Photography.
Thanks Elizabeth and Casey for all the wonderful business. Best wishes and happy holidays to you both!
December 10, 2010