These destination wedding invitations feature a modern take on blue water and yellow starfish with a fun mixture of fonts and creative wording. The bride and groom were recently married in early April in beautiful Playa del Carmen, Mexico and it was a pleasure to design their invitations.
April 14, 2011
emDOTzee can design any style of wedding program fan that you can imagine. Here are two types of custom wedding program fans that we have created for our brides so far. The first is a rounded quarter-circle fan with hanging ribbon streamers. This style is very popular for destination and beach weddings, and can be customized with any colors, graphics and fonts you choose. Usually brides include their monogram, names, wedding date and location on the front and then their ceremony information and wedding party on the back. The second style of program fans feature a two-sided program attached to a wavy wooden handle. Many brides add ribbon to the handles and prefer rounded corners to dress them up a bit. The ceremony information is typically on the front with the wedding party on the back. These can be customized to match the your wedding invitations and other stationery.
February 21, 2011
These custom airline ticket wedding invitations feature turquoise waves and palm trees coupled with hot pink swirls to set the tone for a Jamaican destination wedding. The invitation is formatted to look like an airline boarding pass and the RSVP like a luggage tag. The turquoise pocket folder includes more information about the wedding, including reservations, transportation, flight and event details, as well as a map of Jamaica.
February 14, 2011
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
Setting the tone for a destination wedding, these save-the-date passports are the perfect way to give your guests all the details for your wedding in paradise. The dark blue cover gave the booklet a realistic but playful charm, and each inside page mimicked the look of a real passport, while including all the information necessary to book and plan the trip. Thank you Charity and Mike for allowing emDOTzee to work on such a creative and fun project with you!
February 25, 2010