These pink and black rehearsal dinner and cocktail invitations show off this bride’s playful side. Her wedding theme is formal black and elegant dots, but we got to have a little more fun with these designs. How could you go wrong with stripes, dots and damask? Thanks Christine and Nick for being so fun to work with!
May 27, 2010
Our tri-panel invitations have been a popular choice with our modern brides. This newest addition to our collection features yellow and green whimsical flowers on a cream card stock. This bride opted to use the center panel for accommodations, directions and website information with a tear-off RSVP postcard to the right.
May 24, 2010
This modern bride felt that simplicity fit her best. Playing off her wedding cake design, the asymmetrical black and silver lines made a chic, modern statement for her wedding stationery. Because many of her guests will be traveling, she made sure to add accommodations and directions along with a map to get them on their way.
May 20, 2010
This bride gave me free reign to design her wedding invitations as I saw fit. Her only stipulations were to include many different shades of green and to use my creativity to design a unique stationery set for her wedding celebration.
Her wedding is also not your typical ceremony. She and her military husband have already gotten married once before he went overseas, but were both sick and unable to fully enjoy the event. This time they want to do the celebration right with their family and friends. Congratulations and thanks for allowing me to design your stationery!
May 17, 2010
Simply elegant black and cream wedding invitations make a statement. These formal but fun wedding stationery samples set the tone for formal events while also adding character through swirling graphics and black backing card stock or a personalized monogram. No matter what personal flare you wish to add, emDOTzee can design custom black invitations to fit any formal wedding.
May 11, 2010
I absolutely love when brides come to me with unique ideas for their stationery! This bride gave me the pleasure of designing her rehearsal invitations, which she wanted to feel old-fashioned and depict the riverfront of Wilmington. I suggested creating a vintage postcard with an illustration on front and more information on the back where you would typically write on a postcard. She didn’t actually send them out as postcards, but their resemblance of an old postcard is exactly what she was hoping for. The cream textured paper also added to the look and feel.
May 4, 2010