These modern save-the-date cards show off the bride’s playful side. The first features a gray background with contrasting cream bicycle topped with a green bird. The orange accent color makes the text pop. The green bird now flying is carried over to the back of the postcard. The second features a dark purple, light gray and dark gray dotted pattern sweeping across the left side of the save-the-date. The same dots are reversed on the back side along with travel and accommodations information.
July 21, 2011
These pink and black damask, dot and stripe Christening invitations could easily be used for wedding invitations as well with colors to match your decor. The modern designs and matching pink envelopes set the tone for this baby girl’s Christening. The theme was carried to the reception with coordinating tented escort cards in 3 different patterns of damask, stripes and dots to add some flare to the party.
March 14, 2011
This summer bride wanted to incorporate many elements and colors into her trifold wedding invitations. Following her request of including flowers, butterflies and dots, we created an abstract design with dot and swirl flowers accompanied by yellow butterflies for her garden wedding. These rich blue invitations are bold and modern with bright purple, red and yellow accents. The tear-off RSVP postcard features a reversed white background making it easier for her guests to write on.
February 1, 2011
These modern wedding invitations feature a fun shape, green dots, and purple and yellow floral pattern. The modern shape and dot border surrounds the text in white with a bold pattern and color strip used in the background. The RSVP card uses the reversed color scheme to add a little flare and punch of yellow. These invitations are perfect for the modern bride hoping to have stand-out stationery to make a statement.
September 14, 2010
These pink and black rehearsal dinner and cocktail invitations show off this bride’s playful side. Her wedding theme is formal black and elegant dots, but we got to have a little more fun with these designs. How could you go wrong with stripes, dots and damask? Thanks Christine and Nick for being so fun to work with!
May 27, 2010