Simply formal, these custom wedding invitations feature formal black text with fancy script font for the couple’s names, scroll swirl accent between the wording and thin black printed border, backed with metallic gold card stock for a layered, bordered look. The matching RSVP and accommodations cards include the same thin black border and scroll accents. The RSVP card includes a modern twist with meal option chart featuring duck, cow and carrot icons and descriptions. All three cards were wrapped with a printed paper belly band featuring the couple’s initials, wedding date, scroll accent and black border.
We also designed coordinating day-of wedding stationery, including tall & thin two-sided ceremony programs with black borders across top and bottom and monogram watermark behind the couple’s names. The seating chart for the reception was printed on separate cards for each table labeled with places the couple had visited together, and displayed on a world map (not pictured). Tented place cards with black borders and cute meal icons completed the set.
April 21, 2015
Setting the tone for a fancy affair, these custom wedding invitations feature navy blue formal fonts and blush pink vintage scrollwork creating a monogram emblem with the couple’s initials at the top and a pink swirl divider between the main text below. The invitation is backed with matte navy blue card stock for a layered, bordered look. The same pink scrollwork carries over to the response card, surrounding the reply by date at the top of the card. A smaller reception card features pink swirls in the bottom corners as well as a scroll separator amongst the text. Even smaller, an information card with navy blue background and pink swirls at the bottom completes the set.
February 12, 2015
These formal and elegant wedding invitations feature a thick navy blue border and thinner gold border with scroll accent. The navy blue text is formatted in multiple fonts for a modern twist on a traditional look. The couple’s names in script font stand out with gold scroll accents between and large last initial monogram watermark behind. The matching RSVP card features the same navy & gold scroll border and large watermark monogram, along with cute meal icons for the entrée choices. The small reception card includes the navy and gold borders with the gold scroll separating the reception text from the wedding website info. All three cards were wrapped with a custom belly band featuring the couple’s names, wedding date, gold scrolls, and navy & gold border. We also designed coordinating tall & thin two-sided ceremony programs featuring the navy & gold borders across the top and bottom, large monogram watermark, and gold scroll accents.
February 2, 2015
Great for the Christmas season, these formal wedding invitations featured a Christmas red border, red single letter monogram and black text with red script for the couples’ names on cream card stock. The matching response cards and reception & accommodation cards also included the same red border, black text and red script accents.
January 6, 2015
Formal and elegant, these clutch pocket wedding invitations feature traditional text in navy blue with the couple’s three-letter monogram at the top and double-lined border. The invitation adheres to the front of the matte cobalt navy blue pocket clutch, which holds the other insert cards in the pocket on the back. The pocket included a rehearsal card, RSVP card, and details card with reception and accommodations information for the guests. All the inserts included the same navy fonts and border.
November 20, 2014
These formal wedding invitations feature a gold Chinese double happiness symbol surrounded by black swirling scrolls as an emblem at the top, gold double-lined border and black formal text. The coordinating RSVP card included the same gold border with the double happiness symbol as a light gold watermark behind the reply by date. We also designed matching ceremony programs with the Chinese emblem at the top and gold border around the edges. For the reception, we created tented table number cards with the Chinese symbol as a watermark behind the numbers, black swirls on top and bottom, and gold border, along with matching escort cards with gold animal icons for the meal choices.
September 10, 2014