Francine’s cruise wedding invitations were inspired from vintage cruise ship brochure. Each cruise wedding invitation opened like a brochure and had all of the travel details and map route. The rsvp cards were tear off tickets and everything was bundled together with twine and pretty hang tag. Images by Kristen Taylor Photography.
Erin’s vintage styled wedding reception followed the same look and feel as the wedding invitations. Programs, menus, table numbers and placecards are added special details to the reception.
I could NOT wait to post these plexiglass invitations. Tiffany and Michael (which coincidentally is my husband’s name too!) really wanted sexy invitations. Their colors of red and black just lended itself perfectly to doing something unique like red transparent plexiglass with white printing. I sent these in a crazy black foil envelopes to finish […]
Alycia gave me a really big challenge with these invitations – to create a elegant Cinderella theme stationery suite. I designed the invitation to look like a page from a storybook, complete with “once upon a time”. I brought in elements of Cinderella with images of shoes on a pillow and a carriage. The entire suite […]
Julianne had two design elements to include in her invitations – the camellia flowers from her wedding dress and the two languages need on the invitations – English and Spanish. We put the spanish language on a wide sash that kept all of the inserts and suite together. All of the inserts were printed […]
Pocketfold style circle wedding invitations with geometric shapes, like these circle wedding invitations, are a modern look. All parts of the invitations were made of a circular shape. Circle tags, rounded invitation flap, and circles with navy and fuchsia dots.
Kristin’s striped wedding invitations suite set the design for all of the wedding reception decor. The wedding programs, placecards, and table numbers were all designed with the same striped pattern. The placecards had the meal choice discretely on the back of the card.