How To Make Your Wedding Invitation Different
Consider Colour Blocking
An invitation suite with a sunny disposition. A warm color palette consisting of sunshine hues puts a retro spin on this mood-enhancing color block style.
Us The Outdoors For Inspiration
A Pacific Northwest wedding calls for an outdoor-themed invitation suite that comes alive with adventure. We can’t get enough of Tracy Subisak’s quirky woodland-inspired illustrations.
Have Fun With Illustrations
Illustrated fold-out watercolor invitations are a fun alternative to the traditional wedding invitation suite. This whimsical design features the bride and groom alongside a scenic landscape of the vineyard where they’ll tie the knot. The fourth panel is perforated so guests can tear it off and send in their RSVP.
Work With Watercolor
These stunning green watercolor invitations were inspired by a woodsy canopy of trees—and they’re incredibly magical. All the coordinating pieces (from the invitation and RSVP card to the menu) are perfectly harmonious and provide attendees with a sneak peek of what’s to come.
Make It Personal
We’re loving the modern desert vibes in this spunky invitation suite, which get points for a personal touch—the groom, a graphic designer, created them himself. We’re also partial to the eye-catching palm frond-covered envelopes that appear to be handpainted.