These formal wedding invitations feature thick black and thin two-line borders with black text and a black scroll accent dividing the wording. A light purple watermark last initial monogram is faded behind the couple’s names for a hint of color. The matching RSVP card includes the same black borders and scrollwork, along with the purple monogram behind the reply text. We also designed coordinating tall & thin two-sided ceremony programs featuring the two black borders at top and bottom and the light purple monogram watermarked behind the couple’s names at the top of the program divided from the rest of the text with the black scroll.
February 17, 2014
Adding color to a traditional design, we created these custom pocketfold wedding invitations in red and marigold yellow to match this couple’s fall wedding. The invitation features a red single letter monogram at the top with a golden yellow border and red swirly scroll at the bottom. The invitation is adhered inside a red pocketfold with three enclosure cards in the pocket, including a response card with envelope, reception card and details card. The RSVP includes a meal selection chart with cute meal icons of a cow, chicken and carrot. All three inserts include red text, yellow border, and red scrollwork around the headers across the top.
February 10, 2014
Designed especially for this Charleston, South Carolina wedding, these custom pocketfold wedding invitations scream southern charm. The main invitation card features dark gray text with soft teal script accents and a light french gray watermark of marsh grass behind the text. The invitation is glued into a dark gray pocketfold with three enclosure cards in the pocket. The response postcard includes a dark gray lantern hanging off teal script text at the top of the card. The southern charm continues on the accommodations and directions cards with more Charleston and South Carolina icons. The accommodations card includes a graphic to mimic the look of the iconic Cooper River Bridge, and the directions card features the Palmetto tree and crescent moon from the SC state flag. The front of the pocketfold is decorated with a small square tag showing the dark gray lantern hanging from the couple’s initials.
January 23, 2014
Formal and elegant, these custom wedding invitations feature black text on cream card stock with a champagne metallic backer for a layered border. The invitation includes the couple’s initials as a monogram at the top and a champagne scroll to break up the ceremony information from the reception text near the bottom. The matching response card features the monogram at the top of the card and the accommodations card has the champagne scroll at the bottom. We also designed matching folding ceremony programs with the monogram on the front accompanied by a champagne ribbon bow, which the bride added herself. The champagne scroll acts as an accent on the front and back of the program as well.
January 7, 2014
Bringing several popular patterns together, these modern wedding invitations feature light blue and gray chevron, stripes and fleur de lis. The invitation includes the couple’s initials separated by a light blue fleur de lis at the top, and a gray and light blue chevron pattern across the bottom. The response card features large blue text for RSVP turned on its side across the left along with the reply by date. Light gray vertical stripes fill the rest of the card with a fun, modern shape framing the fleur de lis monogram and text over the stripes. We also including a matching reception information and website card with the same chevron pattern across the bottom of the card.
December 9, 2013
Modern yet elegant, these clutch pocket wedding invitations feature gray asymmetric swirls with dark purple border, text and the couple’s names as a large main focal point of the design. To add more pizzazz these invitations were printed on white metallic paper adhered to a silver metallic clutch. The back pocket of the clutch held three enclosure cards for RSVP, Brunch, and Rehearsal Dinner information. Each card featured some text as large focal points in the design along with silver modern swirls. We also designed a matching save-the-date card to set the tone for this wedding. It featured the same dark purple border and gray modern swirls with ‘Save the Date’ in a large silver font across the top.
October 29, 2013