These formal wedding invitations feature the couple’s names in a large fancy blush pink script at the top with gold text and border. The matching reply and information cards include the same gold border and fancy pink script accents. We also designed matching two-sided programs with the same pink and gold fonts and border.
June 22, 2015
These custom pocketfold wedding invitations feature pink damask scrollwork across the top with gray text and turquoise scroll accent. The invitation is backed with metallic pink card stock and adhered into a metallic champagne pocketfold. The pocket holds RSVP, reception and accommodations cards, all featuring the pink damask and turquoise scroll accents. The front of the pocketfold included a square tag with the couple’s initials in gray and turquoise scroll accent, backed with metallic pink stock.
We also designed matching thank you notecards and reception stationery. The notecards included the couple’s married monogram in gray with pink damask scrollwork along with bottom. A large seating chart poster and tented table number cards completed the stationery suite at the reception.
May 27, 2015
Designed for a city wedding, these custom wedding invitations feature a navy blue Raleigh skyline with light purple lighted windows across the bottom within a double line angled corner border. Formal navy fonts and light purple swirl accents complete the look. The matching RSVP card also features the Raleigh skyline and angled border, and the information card lists venue, accommodations, airport, registry and website information within a navy border with purple swirl.
We also designed coordinating rehearsal dinner invitations, which included a navy blue background, cream text, and the Raleigh skyline in light purple along the bottom. The matching ceremony programs were tall & thin two-sided cards featuring the navy and purple Raleigh skyline, purple swirl and navy border.
May 19, 2015
Simply formal, these custom wedding invitations feature formal black text with fancy script font for the couple’s names, scroll swirl accent between the wording and thin black printed border, backed with metallic gold card stock for a layered, bordered look. The matching RSVP and accommodations cards include the same thin black border and scroll accents. The RSVP card includes a modern twist with meal option chart featuring duck, cow and carrot icons and descriptions. All three cards were wrapped with a printed paper belly band featuring the couple’s initials, wedding date, scroll accent and black border.
We also designed coordinating day-of wedding stationery, including tall & thin two-sided ceremony programs with black borders across top and bottom and monogram watermark behind the couple’s names. The seating chart for the reception was printed on separate cards for each table labeled with places the couple had visited together, and displayed on a world map (not pictured). Tented place cards with black borders and cute meal icons completed the set.
April 21, 2015
Adding a modern touch to a formal look, these horizontal wedding invitations feature formal brown text with the couple’s names in a large modern champagne script font angled in the center with a metallic gold leaf backing. The response card included the same formal brown fonts with “please respond” angled in script across the top corner. A custom map and information card also accompanied them.
February 25, 2015
Setting the tone for a fancy affair, these custom wedding invitations feature navy blue formal fonts and blush pink vintage scrollwork creating a monogram emblem with the couple’s initials at the top and a pink swirl divider between the main text below. The invitation is backed with matte navy blue card stock for a layered, bordered look. The same pink scrollwork carries over to the response card, surrounding the reply by date at the top of the card. A smaller reception card features pink swirls in the bottom corners as well as a scroll separator amongst the text. Even smaller, an information card with navy blue background and pink swirls at the bottom completes the set.
February 12, 2015