These trifold wedding invitations featuring green palm leaves and a modern orange script font were perfect to set the tone for this bride’s outdoor summer wedding in South Carolina. She wanted to represent the palm trees of South Carolina without her invitations looking too beachy, since the wedding was on a lake rather than the beach. The playful font and modern tri-panel format were a great way to invite her guests to this informal affair.
May 9, 2011
These wedding invitations feature navy blue and periwinkle flowering branches on cream linen paper. The branches are carried over to matching RSVP and information cards.
April 26, 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
October and November brides: It’s not too late to order custom fall-inspired wedding invitations with emDOTzee. Check out these fall-themed stationery suites from last year for inspiration.
And we just couldn’t wait to share this new fall wedding invitation, that we custom-designed and printed for a bride in less than a week so she could get them out for her wedding this October. They are beautiful with falling leaves, two brown love birds and a rustic script font.
August 30, 2010
This summer bride requested flowing vines and flowers that aren’t too flowery for her wedding invitations. With that in mind, these simple flowering graphics gave her the simplicity she wanted with a vintage feel. We backed the cream invitation with a blue card stock to match the flowers and text. Since most of her guests would be traveling to California, she added an information card about how to get there, where to stay and what to expect on the wedding day.
June 30, 2010