With a bright and colorful “Orchids, Seashells & Smooches” theme, these custom boarding pass wedding invitations feature navy, turquoise & sky blue sea shells, orange & pink orchids, and turquoise palm trees. Rather than an RSVP card, the luggage tag was used as a reservations card, listing accommodations and booking information. The airline ticket invitation and luggage tag were enclosed in a turquoise pocket folder with a sea shell on front along with the wedding tagline. Additional wedding information was printed on the inside of the folder, along with a map of Turks and Caicos and passport stamp on the pocket.
February 6, 2015
Rather than our popular airline ticket format, this destination wedding stationery features a tropical beach theme with Jamaican map save-the-date cards and horizontal tea-length invitations and small response cards in metallic white pocket folders. The save-the-dates featured a royal blue background surrounding a map of Jamaica filled with teal and turquoise waves, purple plumeria flowers and a red heart on Ocho Rios, along with lime green Jamaican hummingbird accents.
The horizontal wedding invitations included the same dark blue background with turquoise and teal waves and white text. The response cards featured reversed colors with a turquoise background, teal and blue waves, blue text and red hearts. Both the invitation and RSVP were enclosed in a metallic white pocket folder featuring two plumeria flowers on the front, additional information for their guests printed inside, along with a map of Jamaica on the pocket.
We also designed matching folding thank you cards with the same blue background and turquoise and teal waves.
January 9, 2015
FUN FRIDAY: Hawaiian Themed Antique Boarding Pass Wedding Invitations
These custom boarding pass wedding invitations feature a printed antique background with turquoise blue swirls, hibiscus flowers and map of Hawaii with a red heart on the wedding destination and red text accents. The airline ticket invitation and luggage tag RSVP card were enclosed in a turquoise pocket folder, which featured a palm tree on the front and Hawaiian map and hibiscus flowers printed inside, along with additional travel information for the guests.
August 15, 2014