Chemistry Reception Elements 2

Looking for a unique idea for table numbers? This bride named each table after elements, which were designed as squares from the periodic table. She used beakers and graduated cylinders in her centerpieces to tie the theme together. We even created custom chair signs to signify the couple’s seats –  Cr (Chromium) for Cristina and Al (Aluminum) for Alec. Her menus featured the same colors and border but reversed to a blue background with cream lettering. Thanks Cristina for your creativity and adding such unique samples to our stationery.

First 3 reception photos are borrowed from Hazelnut Photography‘s blog
and the last one from the bride’s mother’s facebook album “Cr + Al = Great Chemistry.”

Purple & Black Damask Belly Band Wedding Invitations & Seating Chart

This bride decided on a cohesive wedding invitation theme early on and worked with emDOTzee from her save-the-dates to her thank you cards creating a beautiful purple and black damask stationery suite.

We started with a monogrammed save-the-date postcard that featured hints of the damask pattern. Then to dress up the invitations a bit more, the designs were printed in thermography (raised lettering) then backed with a purple card stock to create an elegant texture. We also incorporated a fun dotted shape to frame the wording on her invitations, RSVPs and directions card. Finally all 3 cards were wrapped in a damask belly band to hold everything together in an adorable package. Her invitations, RSVPs and thank you cards were all paired with matching purple envelopes.

The damask theme continued into her ceremony programs, table number cards and seating chart, which was framed in an elegant black frame and displayed at the reception. We are so excited to add this beautiful suite to our collection and promote raised lettering printing and reception seating charts for our future brides.

We no longer offer thermography printing, but can recreate these invitations with flat, digital printing.

Black All Script, Stripes & Dots Border Formal Wedding Invitations 1

These custom designs mimic the dotted frame from her wedding china pattern accompanied by a whimsical script font. The elegant soft white textured paper with black ink dressed up the invitation for her formal affair.

We no longer offer letterpress printing, but can recreate these invitations with flat, digital printing on textured linen card stock.

Canary & Black Elegance 1

This floral pattern has become very popular with recent brides. The best part about emDOTzee’s custom wedding invitations is that you can choose any pattern or graphic and personalize it with the colors, wording, fonts and layout that you like best. This bride wanted elegant black invitations with a pop of canary yellow for her summer wedding. Adding ribbon and a black backing card stock dressed the invitation up a bit and created the elegance she’d hoped for.

Not Too Flowery

This summer bride requested flowing vines and flowers that aren’t too flowery for her wedding invitations. With that in mind, these simple flowering graphics gave her the simplicity she wanted with a vintage feel. We backed the cream invitation with a blue card stock to match the flowers and text. Since most of her guests would be traveling to California, she added an information card about how to get there, where to stay and what to expect on the wedding day.

Bold Floral Pocketfold 3

These brilliant red and metallic gold pocketfold wedding invitations allowed this bride to make a bold statement while giving her guests all the information they needed to make their travel plans. She included an RSVP postcard, information card for the suggested wedding attire, pre-wedding cocktail party and directions to get there, as well as another information card with accommodations and directions to the ceremony. For her wedding party and family, she added another card inviting those members to the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner. Finally, she added a monogrammed tag to the front to decorate the pocketfold and tie the entire suite together.