These formal black wedding invitations feature a rich black background with crisp white lettering for a modern chic look. The black background is carried over to the reception card and accompanied by a reversed white reply card. To add even more flare, the meal choices are displayed on the RSVP card as small pictorial icons for the beef, chicken or vegetarian options.
The reception stationery featured the same border and fonts for the table numbers and escort cards. We printed the guest names and table numbers on the escort cards along with the menu icon to indicate the guest’s meal choice.
January 6, 2011
Simply elegant black and cream wedding invitations make a statement. These formal but fun wedding stationery samples set the tone for formal events while also adding character through swirling graphics and black backing card stock or a personalized monogram. No matter what personal flare you wish to add, emDOTzee can design custom black invitations to fit any formal wedding.
May 11, 2010
Many brides come to us with modern, unique ideas for their wedding stationery, but some are looking for a more classic, traditional look. At emDOTzee, we pride ourselves in our versatility to create whatever style our clients have in mind for their big day. These samples feature simple designs where the text is the focal point rather than a colorful graphic, proving that simplicity can be beautiful.
These solid blue invitations with white response cards were mailed in matching lake blue envelopes.
Covered with monogrammed vellum, these ribbons invitations are perfect for a classic black and white wedding.
February 8, 2010
Over the past year that emDOTzee has pleasantly ruled my life, I have had the pleasure to work with many lovely brides. It’s always nice to work with brides throughout their wedding planning… starting with the save-the-dates or invitations and then carrying their designs and ideas into their programs. Above you’ll see three “tall & thin” programs that I completed in my first year and have been big hits in my sample book.
January 28, 2010