We have another fun, colorful fall wedding invitation to share today…. customized with the couples’ venue and dogs. We love the autumn colors and rustic woodland vibe on every card. Even the response card and wedding timeline were custom illustrated to match each event. Textural letterpress printing and a shimmery gold border on the invitation add a little classic flare to the woodsy watercolor wedding stationery design. What would you add to make it uniquely your own?
Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice
Even though the summer sun is out, I just wanted to share a quick overview of different Fall Wedding Invitations we’ve created over the past year. There are so many options! When we think of autumn, the first thing in our mind might be the iconic red, orange,and yellow leaves, but really there are so many other ways to suggest fall… through the flowers and leaves, or a suggestion of the outdoors. Something about autumn just calls for a rustic, woodsy vibe. Autumn offers so many rich hues, there is no end of inspiration for your color palette, from strong […]
These rustic floral wedding invitations have it all… blush and coral peony patterns, textured cardstocks, torn edges, a sweet puppy… all topped with a soft custom crest wreath. We love the variety in the usage of the blooms. Sketchy and fading on the envelope liner, lavishly painted on the ensemble folder, and delicately blossoming on the wreath monogram. The couple featured their pup and hiking boots on the information card to add a touch of personality to the garden wedding invitation theme. We have many, many kinds of peony invitations, including this lovely rustic example on wood found here. Without a doubt, […]
What a dramatic first impression when this watercolor wedding invitation is taken out of the envelope… the beautiful, old world Spanish style gates that open to reveal an airy watercolor landscape framed with bright fuchsia blooms. With a venue full of so much historic character, not much needed to be added to make these pieces shine. Lily chose letterpressed text in gray on soft, luxurious cotton cardstock, and accented with Momental touches of shimmer flair. Nothing else could have complimented the scene better. Watercolor and letterpress were meant to be together.