Fun and modern, these custom wedding invitations feature a starry night sky fading from blue to purple with crescent moon and shooting stars. A black silhouette of a stargazing couple sits on a hill below. An “Eat, Drink and be Married” tagline sets the tone in large modern fonts at the top with a swirly scroll divider before the invitation text in multiple white fonts and sizes for a poster style look. The coordinating RSVP postcard features the starry sky and seated couple along with a conversation bubble asking “Can we get a Witness?”, and RSVP date on the front. The back of the postcard includes cute response options, and pre-printed address. We also designed matching folding thank you cards with a “Thank You!’ conversation bubble.
July 27, 2015
Combining two themes of vintage steampunk and black horizontal stripes, these custom pocketfold wedding invitations feature multiple black fonts, swirls & scrolls for a poster style look, with swirl border and wide black and cream horizontal striped border. The invitation is adhered into a matte black pocketfold, which holds RSVP and details card in the pocket. Both inserts follow the same poster style with multiple black fonts and swirl accents, and the details card includes the wide horizontal stripes.
July 22, 2015
Perfect for any tropical destination wedding, these custom wedding invitations feature a printed antique background and poster style layout with dark coral swirls & scrolls and light gray palm trees for a vintage look. A smaller information card details the wedding and accommodations in Jamaica, and another insert invites guests to a post-wedding reception in the states. The matching RSVP postcard includes a gray island & palm tree graphic, and response options to attend both the destination wedding and at-home reception. All four cards were wrapped with a gray card stock belly band featuring the couple’s initials in black ink.
To set the tone for this destination wedding, the couple first mailed out vintage save-the-dates postcards featuring the same antique background, gray palm trees and islands, and a map of Jamaica with dark coral accents. The save-the-date listed both events on the back of the postcard along with the couple’s wedding website for more information.
July 16, 2015
Based on the bride’s antique suitcase with similar graphics, these custom wedding invitations featured an antique background with vintage passport and postage stamps around the border, multiple fonts, swirls and scrolls for a poster style look, and two butterflies in either corner. The invitation was adhered into a matte dark blue pocketfold, which held RSVP and accommodations cards in the pocket. A small square tag with a large butterfly decorated the front of the pocketfold.
We also designed matching day-of wedding stationery, including folding programs with the same antique background, poster style look, stamp border and two butterflies. Tented table number cards with stamps across the bottom and scroll across the top designated the tables in the reception, and small tented escort cards with antique background led the guests to those tables.
June 24, 2015
Complete with multiple fonts in various sizes, scroll and dot accents, and elaborate swirl and unique shaped frame, these custom save-the-date cards and wedding invitations feature a vintage poster style theme with black background and cream lettering for a truly steampunk look. A matching RSVP card uses the same fonts and swirl frame, but with a reversed cream background and black text. A smaller directions card completes the set with the same black background and swirls and scroll border.
June 17, 2015
Designed especially for a Rock ‘n’ Roll themed wedding, these custom wedding invitations feature dark purple and light gold swirls with a poster style look with multiple fonts and sizes. The themed wording set the tone for the dance wedding with “Heart and Soul, Love and Rock ‘n’ Roll” verbiage, and requests for favorite love songs and dance songs on the RSVP. We also designed matching thank you cards with the same purple and gold swirls.
June 2, 2015