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 tri-panel wedding invitations show this bride’s artsy side with a gold daisy illustration paired with orange, green and brown text. She included directions, accommodations and their wedding website in the center panel and added some flare on the tear off RSVP postcard using non-traditional response options and asking her guests for “A Song That Gets You Dancing.”
Check out the coordinating save-the-date postcards featured on a previous blog post.
September 7, 2010
emDOTzee can provide custom invitations for any party or event you may have related or unrelated to your wedding celebration. These brides added other invitations to their wedding stationery packages for their bridal shower and engagement party. The first bride’s mother contacted me to design a bridal shower invitation to match the save-the-date cards her daughter had already ordered from me. The second bride wanted a fun, modern look for their poolside engagement barbeque. She chose bright colors to set the tone for this summer event.
August 18, 2010
These wedding invitations were inspired by the beauty of nature. Tree branches and wild flowers add a rustic and romantic feel to these designs.
Both are printed on cream linen with brown ink for the text and their accent colors of bright green and deep purple reflect the season of each wedding. The bright green leaves are perfect for this late summer wedding, whereas the purple wild flowers with brown backing card stock set the tone for the rustic fall wedding.
August 16, 2010
These October brides all took different approaches to their save-the-date cards. The first incorporated a whimsical font on cream linen paper for a elegant and flirty design. The second included her favorite engagement portrait and added a separate card for accommodations. And the last bride wanted to represent the place where she is getting married with a Seattle skyline in the form of a postcard.
August 4, 2010