These trifold wedding invitations featuring green palm leaves and a modern orange script font were perfect to set the tone for this bride’s outdoor summer wedding in South Carolina. She wanted to represent the palm trees of South Carolina without her invitations looking too beachy, since the wedding was on a lake rather than the beach. The playful font and modern tri-panel format were a great way to invite her guests to this informal affair.
May 9, 2011
This modern day-of stationery features a thick dark gray with thin purple line border and purple dot accents. Rather than the traditional ceremony programs with the Duke Chapel illustration on the front, we added a modern twist with bold contrasting fonts and a clean layout, making them perfect for this bride’s modern, chic wedding. And rather than the standard tented escort cards, we created small table number cards to slip into mini black envelopes. Custom name labels wrapped around the envelopes and corresponded with the matching table numbers. Thanks to Orangerie Events for requesting our services for these fun and creative ceremony programs, table numbers and escort cards for their bride’s Duke Chapel wedding and Nasher Art Museum reception.
April 29, 2011
This bride wanted to keep in simple with a modern photo save-the-date card and a single card for her wedding invitation. Both feature a yellow gerber daisy illustration with purple accents.
April 4, 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 bride wanted the look of a damask pattern on her wedding invitations, but in a large asymmetric format. These modern wedding invitations feature bold black graphics with chartreuse green accents. The matching RSVP postcard and directions – accommodations card also use large pieces of the same black damask to pull the suite together.
March 7, 2011
emDOTzee can design any style of wedding program fan that you can imagine. Here are two types of custom wedding program fans that we have created for our brides so far. The first is a rounded quarter-circle fan with hanging ribbon streamers. This style is very popular for destination and beach weddings, and can be customized with any colors, graphics and fonts you choose. Usually brides include their monogram, names, wedding date and location on the front and then their ceremony information and wedding party on the back. The second style of program fans feature a two-sided program attached to a wavy wooden handle. Many brides add ribbon to the handles and prefer rounded corners to dress them up a bit. The ceremony information is typically on the front with the wedding party on the back. These can be customized to match the your wedding invitations and other stationery.
February 21, 2011