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Wedding Stationery Personal Touches

May 1, 2019

Amy McLaughlin Lifestyles -

 

"This suite was inspired by a piece of artwork the groom's father had painted in honor of the wedding day, which just so happened to be the Bride's family home. From there we commissioned Cait Courneya to create charming watercolor details to compliment his artwork completely. We finished the suite off with pale blue envelopes, vintage stamping, and navy calligraphy."

By: Beth Helmstetter

 

 

Go Sheer

Watercolor illustrations and colorful calligraphy play up a darling set, where vellum envelopes are an unexpected add-on to see through to the pretty pieces inside.

By: Jenna Rainey with Joy Proctor

 

 

 

Metallic Accents

Metallic foil gives way to more intricate details throughout the wedding, like these colorful tiles.

By: Cheree Bee Paper

 

 

 

Botanical Prints

A Michigan forest wedding took notes from the woodland foliage for a print that was unique to the wedding's setting, but undeniably cool and boundary-pushing. A black belly band and envelope take it to a modern and unexpected level.

By: Alison and Bryan with Rock, Paper, Scissor

 

This suite, designed by the mother of the bride, is perfectly classic with wax stamps, ribbons, and calligraphy while pushing the envelope with chinoiserie-inspired illustrations of the venue and ceremony.

By: Maida Lowin for Stacie Shea Events

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Takes

"This modern textured leather invitation suite was inspired by a combination of the mountains and the ocean, using clean modern lines to create a mountain crest that is mimicked in the shape of the menu and tags. The ocean is represented through the stingray leather and marbling accents."

By: Gold Leaf Event Design and Yonder Design

 

Pretty in Pink

Swap our your classic creams with a light pink, especially when the motifs and calligraphy employ botanical prints that complement blush's sweet slant.

By: Happy Menocal for Tara Guérard

 

 

Pastel Palette

Keep the design simple, but have fun with the palette. Shades in the same hues with classically minimal design will feel like a fresh take on a modern style.

By: Shannon Leahy

 

 

Off to the Sea

"Preppy and playful, this couple wanted to create an invitation that set the tone for the celebration at hand while giving a nod to the destination. We created a pocketed folder with a vintage postcard and a origami boat itinerary to get guests excited for the weekend. Non traditional calligraphy in white finished off this collection."

By: Beth Helmstetter Events

 

 

 

 For more examples of our wedding invitation suite design, please visit our wedding branding page.

 

 

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