This is for a client who wanted a romantic rustic floral feel which used her colors, coral, pink, and mint green.
My Farm to Table wedding invitations have been popular so I expanded on the theme to include herbs! Because who doesn’t want a garlic bulb on their wedding invitations?! I printed these on a shimmery off-white card stock.
I like programs because they’re a nice way for your guests to gauge how long until the bar opens. JOKE! But seriously, your guests like to see who your bestie is, who the best man is, and to be able to put a name to a face. And if they’re not whatever religion/spiritual orientation you are it’s a chance to better understand each element of your wedding ceremony. With that said, I usually advocate for keeping it simple: your names, date, your folks, bridal party, anyone else in ceremony, stages of ceremony, and a thank you at the end.
Place cards and table markers
This couple used all their favorite ski resorts that they’ve been to for the names of the tables. If you’re having flowers, I vote to keep them the main centerpiece and have the table name or number relatively simple.
I often combine design elements from two or more invitations I’ve done in the past. The bride wanted to keep a very simple color palate, but wanted a graphic to represent Colorado. We used the trees from the Woodland Wedding invitations but converted the text to be a little more formal.
This was printed on shimmery off white recycled paper.
This is a variation on a design that I made a few months ago. The original didn’t have as many veggies. The bride requested an artichoke and an eggplant be added. How could I say no?!
Instead of a mail-in rsvp card, she requested that her guests visit her website and post their response there. I’m still a fan of the traditional mail-in card (mostly because I love envelopes), and I like to keep all the responses in one spot for the bride. BUT she did save the postman a trip. 🙂
The family had to change the venue at the last minute, making the location different than what the save-the-date had stated. We handled it by adding a text-weight insert explaining where the wedding would take place.
Everything was printed on 100% recycled paper.
This was for a bride who liked my Aspen Leaf wedding invitations but wanted a more muted, simple, and neutral look.