Designed especially for this Virginia mountain lodge wedding, these custom pocketfold wedding invitations feature a skyline of the Blue Ridge Mountains in shades of dark to light blues with dark green pine trees and a pale green mountain dirt path leading the way to the lodge. The mountain skyline invitation is glued into a pale pistachio green pocketfold, which holds three cards in the pocket. Each enclosure card includes a light blue border with pale green and pink accents. The RSVP card features a pink dogwood flower, the rehearsal dinner card includes the pale green and tan pathway from the invitation, and the details card features dark green pine trees. The front of the pocketfold is adorned with a small square tag with the same pink dogwood flower and the couple’s monogram.
June 30, 2014
Perfect for any Spring wedding, these custom wedding invitations feature dark purple flowers on pale green vines in a sparkling metallic purple pocketfold. The pocket holds a matching RSVP postcard and details card with the same purple and green floral vines. The front of the pocketfold includes a square tag with the couple’s last initial monogram along with the flowers and vines.
April 16, 2014
These custom wedding invitations feature burgundy and gold calla lily flowers and dark gray swirls and vines with burgundy and gold text in a metallic antique gold pocketfold. The pocket holds a response card and details card both with banners of the gold, burgundy and gray calla lily swirling vines across the cards.
March 31, 2014
FUN FRIDAY: Grape Vineyard Boarding Pass Wedding Invitations
You don’t have to have a tropical destination wedding to use our popular airline ticket wedding invitations. This bride included a travel theme for her vineyard wedding with an elegant boarding pass wedding invitation featuring coral pink grapes and wine with gray leaves and vines. A luggage tag RSVP card continued the travel theme with the same coral and gray winery graphics. Both cards were enclosed in a metallic silver pocket folder with grape accents. The inside of the folder included more event information printed on the top flap. All three pieces also included a secondary love theme with tagline “Love Has No Bounds.”
December 20, 2013
Uniting their two lives and cultures together, this couple needed very unique wedding invitations for all the Catholic and Hindu events they had planned. All four pieces included dark eggplant purple vines and butterflies in the corners, dark purple text with lavender purple script and icon accents. The formal wedding invitation included details about both the Catholic and Hindu ceremonies with a cross icon representing the Christian ceremony and a Ganesh symbol representing the Hindu ceremony information. Additional invitation cards for a Satak Ceremony and dinner were included for additional Hindu traditions. A traditional response card designed to match completed the set.
November 25, 2013
Both being musicians, this bride and groom knew that music should be incorporated into their wedding invitations. They also loved our previous design with two owls sitting in a fall oak tree with colorful falling leaves. So we combined the two concepts, adding music notes curving out from the owls on the tree branches, and a black treble clef propped up against the trunk of the tree. We also drew a custom map for the directions card showing where the wedding would take place.
November 20, 2013