These modern wedding invitations feature a rich black background with white text, lime green and white simple swirl with dots, and lime green script names. The RSVP card is reversed with a white background and lime green and black simple swirl with dots. The reception meal choices are listed in a chart with cute meal icons of a cow, chicken, fish and <12 options.
January 30, 2012
Because this has been such a popular design of ours, we thought you might want to see it again as a formal wedding invitation. You may remember our original pink and black damask, stripe and dot invitation was created for a wedding rehearsal dinner, seen on an earlier blog post. Then it was recreated with a new damask pattern and more dots for a baby’s Christening invitation, also seen in an earlier blog post. Now we show this design as a wedding invitation with a black and white damask pattern, black and white stripes, black band with large white dots, and pink band with small white dots surrounding the text and splitting the damask and stripe patterns. This versatile design can be used on invitations for any event, and the colors can be changed to your choosing.
January 11, 2012
This wedding stationery suite is full of fun shapes and borders with a dark purple and gold floral swirl pattern and monogram. The wedding invitation is framed with a gold background and purple floral swirls. The fun shape of the frame adds personality to the design. The matching RSVP card has the pattern reversed with a purple background and gold floral swirls. A small, square information card accompanies the suite with the framed patter just along the top of the card. We used the same shapes and patterns to design matching ceremony programs, reserved signs and table numbers. We also used a variation of the shape, added dots and a single letter monogram for a coordinating rehearsal dinner invitation.
January 4, 2012
FUN FRIDAY: Spanish and English Airline Ticket Wedding Invitations
This bride came to me with a unique request. She wanted custom airline ticket invitations for her destination wedding, but needed a portion of them in English and a portion in Spanish. We started by designing the English version with purple, pink and green swirls, flowers and dots in an airline ticket format for the invitation. We also included an information card in the same size and shape as the invitation with additional details about traveling, accommodations, the resort and their wedding website. Finally, we designed matching RSVP postcards for her English guests to reply back. For the Spanish version, we incorporated the same designs, sizes and shapes, but designed a luggage tag RSVP card for her Spanish guests explaining to reply via phone or email.
December 16, 2011
Custom photo save-the-date cards are a great way to let your guests know about your wedding in a personalized way. We just need your favorite engagement portraits as high resolution images from your photographer. Then you can pick the colors, graphics, wording and format. Here are two great examples of a couple of our 2012 save-the-dates.This modern love-themed photo save-the-date card is two-sided with a large engagement portrait on the front and light blue Love at the top and gray writing. The back features a smaller inset photo with additional wedding information.
This floral photo save-the-date card is in postcard format with a large engagement portrait with flower, swirls and dots in yellow, navy and coral. The back features a map of North Carolina with a star marking the location of the wedding along with a smaller inset photo and additional wedding information.
December 7, 2011