Lexy and Mark didn't really know what they were after for their wedding invitations. I did 3 options for them and this was the winner. This design appealed to them because it was pretty, simple and elegant. The sort of vibe they were going for on their wedding day.
The Royal blue on the cream metallic paper gives the invite a very elegant look. I kept the design simple but pretty by having the main design motif at the top centre of the invitation. The rest of the invite is kept clean with just mainly text.
Small dinner cards were printed to match and popped into some of the envelopes with the invite.
Designed in 2014
Angela & Allan
Angela & Allan, farmers in Pirongia wanted their wedding invitations to reflect their love of animals and farming.
The wedding theme was natural, rustic and earthy. This is reflected in their wedding invitations by using soft colours such as the grey and pink. Printing it on an earthy cream card also gives it a farming feel but still keeping it elegant. The twine at the top of the invite finishes off the look.
On the reverse side there is other details about the wedding day and a simple map on how to get to the venue.
Designed in 2014
Ellen & Brad
Ellen was specific about what she wanted for her and Brad's wedding invitations. Simple, elegant and clean.
This was black ink printed on white recycled paper giving it the clean simple look Ellen requested.
Designed in 2017
Lydia & Kendall
It's only fitting that I create my own wedding invitations. These invitations took a lot of time, effort and care.
The colours in the invitations matched the wedding themes of nature, woodlands and vintage. The dark green coming from the venue surroundings (trees) and the bridesmaid dresses. The ceremony was placed in the garden church with vintage flowers. The feel rustic but elegant, this is incorporated in the invitations.
Each invitation was embossed (DIY). The invitations came with a second page with a illustrated map also RSVP cards and personalised tags. All envelopes were handmade and crafted.
Every envelope had a wax seal with the initials L and K intwined together. I incorporated the garden motifs taken from the main invite and placed in the stamp.
The invitations were printed on white linen paper.