Carolina Blue and Navy Love Birds in a Tree Wedding Invitations

These modern wedding invitations feature a navy blue tree with two Carolina blue love birds. The bride wasn’t sure if she liked a cream or navy blue background, so we designed and printed both options for her to pick from. She picked the cream background for the wedding invitations, ceremony programs and wedding tree, and the navy background for the table numbers. The poster-sized wedding tree acted as her guestbook with her guests adding their thumbprint and name to the poster to mimic the look of leaves.

Check out how the table numbers and wedding tree looked at the reception
featured on The Great Room at Top of the Hill‘s blog.

And here’s how the Wedding Tree looked with all the names and thumbprints!  © 2011 Scott Hanley

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Orange and Green Palm Leaves | Trifold Wedding Invitations

These trifold wedding invitations featuring green palm leaves and a modern orange script font were perfect to set the tone for this bride’s outdoor summer wedding in South Carolina. She wanted to represent the palm trees of South Carolina without her invitations looking too beachy, since the wedding was on a lake rather than the beach. The playful font and modern tri-panel format were a great way to invite her guests to this informal affair.

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Custom Airline Ticket Wedding Invitations

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.

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Green & Purple Floral Pocketfold Invitations and Day of Stationery

This bride decided to use just black and green for the invitations, then incorporate her other wedding color of purple into the ceremony programs and reception stationery. Her green and black flower pocketfold invitations were formal and elegant and included all the information her guests could need. With many guests traveling in for the wedding, she included accommodations, directions, and even a travel guide with suggestions of things to do while in Seattle. (You may remember her fabulous Seattle themed save the date postcards from an earlier blog post. )

The day of stationery coordinated perfectly with the invitations and carried the floral theme from the ceremony to the reception. We printed two versions of the programs, one in black and green and one in black and purple. Then we incorporated variations of the green and purple florals in all of her reception stationery, including wish tree hang tags, donation favor cards, menus, escort cards, and table numbers.

Thanks to Monica for sharing these amazing reception photos from Photo Elan.

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Astrology Themed Wedding Invitations 6

These astrology themed wedding invitations feature a sapphire blue starry night sky with moon and shooting stars above a treeline. The celestial invitations were backed with silver metallic card stock and mailed in dark blue metallic envelopes. Both the invitation and coordinating RSVP postcard added flare and personality with their creative wording and cute responses.

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Airline Ticket Wedding Invitations 6

I’m excited to show off another fun project just completed for one of my destination wedding couples Charity and Mike. You may remember their passport save-the-date cards featured in an earlier blog post. To go along with that same theme, their wedding invitation was created to look like an airline ticket and the RSVP as a luggage tag. I created custom pocket folders for them to be placed in with a palm tree “ticket to paradise” emblem on the front, and reservation information and a map inside. Thanks again Charity and Mike for another great sample to add to my collection.


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