FUN FRIDAY: Not Your Ordinary Vintage Poster Style Invitations
This unique bride came to us with a vision. She wanted vintage, rustic poster style wedding invitations, but with flare and color. We incorporated all the colors her bridesmaids would be wearing, including brown, burgundy, green, purple and orange, into over-sized invitations with swirl accents and multiple fonts. We designed a custom map card with directions to the venue and a small reception card asking their guests to join them in the barn for “good food, good drinks and a great time.” The RSVP postcard was full of flare with cute and clever response options and space to include a song to make you boogie. And of course the fun didn’t stop there, the matching ceremony programs continued the theme and playful wording too!
February 24, 2012
This bride wanted to pair a classic, vintage look with a modern touch, so these elegant wedding invitations feature a champagne floral pattern behind a oval shaped border with dots. Dark purple text added a touch of color to these invitations, printed on a textured, linen paper for a real vintage look.
November 9, 2011
FUN FRIDAY: Vintage Poster Style
A poster style theme for wedding invitations is such a fun and unique way to set the tone for a classy affair. Mixing various large fonts, swirls and lines together, these vintage wedding invitations allow fun and creativity to meet elegance and style.
November 4, 2011
Perfect for a vintage or modern wedding, these wedding invitations feature yellow and gray floral swirls on a bright white card stock. The swirly script font mimics the gray corner swirls to complete the look. The theme was carried to the wedding day with matching ceremony programs.
September 21, 2011
FUN FRIDAY: Colorful Vintage Save-the-Date postcards
These vintage “Greetings from North Carolina” postcards feature an illustration from the North Carolina Postcard Collection in Wilson Library at UNC-Chapel Hill. With their permission, we reproduced the postcard on a cream linen card stock and added her save the date text in a blue handwritten script on the back of the postcard.
And you may also remember this very similar postcard for Chapel Hill featured in an earlier blog post.
“Greetings from North Carolina,” North Carolina Postcard Collection (P052), North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives,
Wilson Library, UNC-Chapel Hill. “Greetings from Chapel Hill” in the Durwood Barbour Collection of North Carolina Postcards (P077),
North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, Wilson Library, UNC-Chapel Hill
August 26, 2011