emDOTzee has had several requests for wedding invitations with ribbon, so we thought it was about time to show off a couple examples we have designed lately. Both of these samples feature a colored backing stock that is attached to the invitation with ribbon at the top. We can create all the pieces for you to do-it-yourself to save money or you can hire us to assemble and tie all the bows for you.
March 8, 2010
For brides looking for a unique, modern approach to wedding stationery, these folding invitations feature 3 panels for your wedding information… (1) the invitation itself, (2) an information card (for directions, accommodations, wedding website or any other info for your guests) and (3) a tear-off RSVP postcard. The tri-fold format allows you to keep all your cards together in a cute package without using a pocketfold to hold everything.
March 1, 2010
Save-the-Date cards can be the first introduction and set the tone of your wedding for your guests. Below are just a few examples of save-the-date formats designed by emDOTzee. The first option features a gold swirl and chocolate brown backing card stock with a matching accommodations card. The second option shows a purple and burgundy modern flower on the postcard format and the third option is a simple mint green card to be mailed in an envelope. emDOTzee can take your wedding style and create your save-the-date cards in any format you can think of.
February 15, 2010
These custom swirl and scroll designs were created especially for a bride looking for a fun, modern design to incorporate her bright pink, bright green, and royal blue color scheme. The swirling “S” flourish was designed to represent the bride’s new last name – Saunders. And the reversed blue background for the direction cards and place cards also added a dramatic touch. This suite shows how emDOTzee can truly customize wedding stationery to fit your personality and wants.
February 11, 2010
Over the past year that emDOTzee has pleasantly ruled my life, I have had the pleasure to work with many lovely brides. It’s always nice to work with brides throughout their wedding planning… starting with the save-the-dates or invitations and then carrying their designs and ideas into their programs. Above you’ll see three “tall & thin” programs that I completed in my first year and have been big hits in my sample book.
January 28, 2010