Planning your wedding is such a special process, and should embody your vision as a couple. From the early stages of planning leading all the way up to the big day, each decision helps bring your design to life—and it all starts with the invitation suite.
One of our favorite parts about invitations is the ability to personalize them. Whether you opt for bold color, modern graphics, a custom monogram, or classic white with a traditional script font, your invites should exemplify your wedding aesthetic and your personal style. It’s your guest’s first impression of your big day, and the perfect place to offer a taste of what’s to come.
For Chris and Brian’s 1920’s-themed soiree, we used antique gold and crisp black with graphics inspired by the Art Deco era.
For their clean and contemporary wedding, Amy & Jon chose a deep blue letterpress and silver foil suite which used typography as the main design element.
Brittany & JJ set the tone for their Santa Barbara destination wedding with a sunset-inspired watercolor design. All of the weekend’s details were neatly tucked into the custom die-cut pocket.
Soft and romantic, Carissa & Chris’ invitation suite featured a delicate script font.
Crisp white invitations and gold foil kept things traditional, but the addition of a blush envelope added a modern touch.
Elyse & Ryan’s ceremony programs featured gold foil and a perfectly-tied satin bow.
We love how all of the details were (literally!) tied together!
For Vikram & Joanna’s multi-cultural wedding, we used a nectarine, marigold, and persimmon color palette.
By doing a gate-fold invitation, we were able to clearly lay out all of the details of the multiple events in one place.
Blind embossing, rose gold, and pattern – oh my!
The custom laser-cut detail is to-die-for!
Custom illustrations on the welcome letter injected a little fun to Lindsey and Nate’s otherwise traditional invitation suite.
Simple and sophisticated for a country club wedding.
For Tiffany & Mike’s celebration at the House of Blues, they kept with the fun theme by creating a save-the-date that resembled a concert poster and included “admission tickets” in the invitation.
Photography: Kevin Weinstein Photography | Chad Husar Photography | Dennis Lee Photography | Olivia Leigh Photographie | Ingrid Bonne Photography | Jennifer Kathryn Photography | KingenSmith | Nakai Photography | Wes Craft Photography | Avery House