With three prominent wedding colors of pink, peach and green, this bride wanted to incorporate them all into her wedding stationery, but not all three colors at one time. So we began with a photo save-the-date postcard including the couple’s engagement photo on the front with green and pink swirls and dots covering part of the photo with save-the-date text. The back included additional text about the wedding with more green and pink swirls and dots. For the formal wedding invitations, we focused on pink and peach without the green, using the same swirls and dots along with the couples monogram in the top corner, with matching RSVP card. Then we included the swirls, dots and monogram in pink and green on the thank you cards. For the ceremony, the bride chose round program fans with a pink background across the bottom covered in green swirls and dots. Finally pink and peach swirls, dots and monogram were featured on the large seating chart poster displayed at the reception.
October 8, 2013
These formal pocketfold wedding invitations feature dark gray text with dark antique gold accents, including a gray and gold formal three-letter monogram at the top, a gold border, and a gold scroll between the ceremony and reception text. The invitation is adhered into a dark gray pocketfold with a small square tag on the front featuring the gray and gold monogram and gold swirls. The pocket holds an RSVP card with gold border and scroll accent, and rehearsal dinner and accommodations card with gold swirls and scroll accents.
We first set the tone for this wedding stationery with a photo save-the-date postcard featuring the same dark gray and formal monogram. The back of the postcard included a map of New York with a star on the wedding destination. We also designed matching day-of stationery included tall & thin two-sided ceremony programs featuring the same gold border and scroll accent, as well as the gray and gold formal monogram at the top. For the reception, the small tented escort cards included the same gray text, gold border and scroll, as well as gray icons of a chicken, fish or cow for the guest’s meal selections.
September 26, 2013
FUN FRIDAY: Wedding Photo Thank You Cards
Just supply us with your favorite wedding photo, and we’ll create custom folding thank you cards to show off your gorgeous day to your family and friends. You can choose any fonts, colors and wording to add to the picture. You can also add your names and wedding date to the back if desired. Printed messages can be added inside too!
August 16, 2013
A great complement to our vintage poster style wedding invitations, these photo save-the-date postcards include a full color engagement photo on the front with black text in multiple fonts with scroll accents on the back. The text begins with a save-the-date banner with vintage scrollwork, followed by the couple’s names in a old fashioned script font, then the wedding date and location blocked off in another vintage emblem. The couple’s return address ran vertically in the center of the card flanked by vintage swirls.
June 19, 2013
These clutch pocket wedding invitations feature golden yellow spring flowers with navy blue stems and leaves on white with gray text. The invitation card is adhered to the front of a sparkling sapphire blue clutch pocket with three cards lined up in the back pocket. The back pocket included a details card, RSVP postcard, and rehearsal dinner card. We first set the tone for this wedding with photo save-the-date postcards, which included the same yellow and blue flowers and gray text on the front with an engagement portrait of the couple and their dog on the back of the postcard.
May 21, 2013
Showing off their unique proposal, this couple included a photo taken soon after he popped the big question on the tennis courts of the US Open. The photo takes up most of the card with a navy blue band of color across the bottom showing the couple’s names and wedding information in white and pale green modern fonts.
Going for a classic look, this couple included a candid shot of them walking through Chicago with a gray background to set off the white text. A formal monogram at the top sets the tone for the wedding with a fancy script font and block lettering for the couple’s names and wedding information below.
February 27, 2013