These red pocketfold wedding invitations feature a red corner swirl with a faded watermark swirl opposite it. The red scrolls are carried over to the enclosure cards and monogrammed tag with hints of gold accents. Rather than a formal reply card, she asked her guests to RSVP online at their wedding website.
March 23, 2011
This creative bride came to us wanting something different for her wedding invitations. Rather than the popular pocketfold invitations, she wanted a fold over invitation, so we could embellish the front and have the invitation inside. To do this, we used metallic silver, metallic black, and metallic blue card stocks to contrast with the cream linen card stock for the custom tags and invitations. A simple swirl and single letter monogram completed the look for these custom wedding invitation suite.
March 21, 2011
This bride wanted the look of a damask pattern on her wedding invitations, but in a large asymmetric format. These modern wedding invitations feature bold black graphics with chartreuse green accents. The matching RSVP postcard and directions – accommodations card also use large pieces of the same black damask to pull the suite together.
March 7, 2011
These elegant letterpress wedding invitations feature a fancy black script font and swirling scroll on white cotton card stock. A black damask ribbon bow tied together the invitation with the matching reception and response cards.
February 28, 2011
Beautiful and elegant pink patterns were the focal point on these two recently designed bridal shower invitations. The first features a navy blue and pink damask border and the bride’s monogram and the second includes a pink swirling scroll border on elegant white linen paper. A mother of the bride and a bridesmaid of another contacted emDOTzee after we had been working with the brides on their other wedding stationery items. We love helping to make the “design” of the wedding come to fruition and making ideas become reality for these lovely brides.
February 17, 2011
These custom airline ticket wedding invitations feature turquoise waves and palm trees coupled with hot pink swirls to set the tone for a Jamaican destination wedding. The invitation is formatted to look like an airline boarding pass and the RSVP like a luggage tag. The turquoise pocket folder includes more information about the wedding, including reservations, transportation, flight and event details, as well as a map of Jamaica.
February 14, 2011