I love it when we get to design something to combine all the things our brides like to make up a wedding invitation that’s 100% custom. Tanya had sent me images of foiled invitations, laser cut pocket invitations and printed vellum invitations. She also had a photo from their engagement shoot which she wanted to incorporate. We managed to design for her a laser cut pocket wedding invitation in Dusty pink with Burgundy floral accents. A pocket contains any guest information, while the central content areas is printed and foiled on to vellum and added as a flap over the engagement shoot picture.
We’ve been working with acrylic (also known as perspex) since 2015 and it has been wonderful experimenting with it and discovering new ways to finish or package it. It’s important to note that acrylic should not be confused with glass. Perspex gives the see-through impression of glass, but it is in face a heavy duty clear plastic. In this particular example of a acrylic wedding invitation, we have etched the perspex with content and floral detail. We placed the invitation together with guest information insert into a personalised pocket. The colour trends in 2019 were burgundy, blush, gold and sometimes black though we can make up any invitation to suit your colour scheme. We used gold mirror vinyl for this particular perspex wedding invitation, and we can either etch or print the content on to the acrylic.
It is wonderful working with trends, especially many of them. This blush pink & fold foil floral invitation combines six important trends – Foiling, florals, geometrics, a wax seal and a custom envelope dressed with a personalised monogram. It’s such a pleasing sight when all these things come together.
If you have a specific floral scheme or theme in mind, please brief is on it, as we will create a unique design according to your vision, with day stationery to match.
I always say to my brides if laser cutting is something you have always wanted then go for it. If not, don’t. The reason being the added cost to having a custom laser cut invitation like this intricately crafted gate folded wedding invitation in gold. The design is very elegant and romantic and is finished with a champagne coloured satin ribbon in a bow tie. Remember that we can custom make this invitation to suit your colour scheme.
Certainly one of my favourite invitations in 2018, this pretty floral invitation with custom gold foiled elements is mounted to a metallic blush pink board, and placed with a vellum wrap and bellyband in a lined envelope.
Trifold lasercut gold wedding invitation with custom designed monogram which has been cut from gold mirror perspex and affixed to a bellyband which incorporates your accent colour. The invitation accommodates the central content area and has a second panel for guest information. Neatly wrapped means you needn’t have an envelope, particularly if you plan to hand deliver.
The floral trend continues to develop from softer palettes to dark, rich tones combining wine red, raspberry, apple and grape. A royal buffet awaits at harvest tables spread with rich foods and fresh fruit. In this example the floral elements are carried across to the envelope and day stationery.
Floral and metallic elements combine in this bespoke wedding invitation in antique gold, ivory and blush. At Fuchsia we only use high quality boards and never compromise on quality. This invitation can be adjusted to suit any colour scheme. Likewise the floral accents can be reworked to the flowers of your day. The lasercut invitation outer opens up to reveal the central content area and a pocket to contain insert cards for all your Hurdee, Nelengu or Mendhi functions. We will quote according to your requirements.
The traditional method of gold foiling is still the most elegant way to foil. While it does cost a bit more than other methods, the effect is an obvious distinction and class, the effect of which is timeless, ceremonial and elegant. In this example a gold foil has been applied to a metallic silver board. The wedding invitation is finished with a bellyband of satin ribbon and custom designed monogram.
We are happy to create custom wedding invitations to your specifications. We offer a bespoke design service which caters to your individual requirements, creating unique, memorable invitations. This is a navy and metallic gold Hindu themed wedding invitation in a greeting card format, with embossed cover and lasercut Ganesha. We can of course make this invitation to suit your colour scheme.
Metallic antique gold is a very unusual colour which lends itself to a variety of colour combinations. If you are incorporating rose gold or aqua into your theme, it is good to add a third colour to soften the contrast. In this example we have created a gate-folded lasercut outer with leaf detail. The invitation finishes to a square and closes with a lasercut monogram bellyband, although mirror perspex is also popular.
Fuchsia Designs have taken the pocket invitation further by incorporating laser cut detail with a scalloped edge. This metallic gold lasercut pocket invitation in a Royal vintage theme brings in the elements of lace and purple which combine well with the gold lasercut pocket. The wedding invitation can be made to suit all colour schemes, contact us to discuss your requirements.
The use of glitter paper, especially gold, is a really nice touch. The effect is quite strong, so I definitely recommend using it subtly. We combined a matt dusty pink board with cream, ivory, and glitter gold board to create this DL invitation with embossed monogram. The invitation fits a standard envelope, and contains a number of staggered inserts to contain the central content area, and any additional information required. Should it be preferred, we can make the invitation to any colour scheme, and it needn’t have the gold glitter paper.
I absolutely love the richness in the colour navy and how it compliments any other colour whether gold, yellow, lime, pink or silver. In this example a navy wedding invitation is accented with a bright yellow gold and nude board. The invitation is set in an A5 format, with a laser cut gold monogram as a badge. Envelopes were also custom made and lined with gold. It’s definitely one of our favourite invitations.
A contemporary chandelier invitation inspired by modern industrial architecture with clean lines and font usage. This invitation is cut from white and charcoal grey boards which contrasts well with the high metallic gold lettering and chandelier. It is a sophisticated trend-setting invitation that is sure to impress your guests. It currently has two panels for main and additional content, though you also have the option to order it as a box invitation with the chandelier and gold lettering on the outside.
Accentuate your invitation with high quality diamante buckles, available in squares, ovals and circles. Pearl diamante embellishments and buckles can be sourced, though are subject to availability. These diamante buckles accent any invitation in any colour scheme, including gold of silver. In this example we have incorporated embossed muted gold board with ivory, cream satin ribbon and that gleaming, sparkly embellishment.
This tri-fold invitation with laser cut floral detail and monogram finishes to a square and can accommodate insert cards for all your additional information. Your colour scheme can be accented in a number of ways whether incorporating it in the underlay, ribbon or printing. In this example we have worked with a laser cut metallic ivory board, an underlay of dusty pink and champagne ribbon, with a hint of gold and taupe.
Beautifully subtle, this gold and dusty pink invitation accommodates a standard bankers envelope which can help with postage costs. The invitation is made up of cream and metallic gold boards and has a belly band from lace and dusty pink ribbon. This format can be adjusted to suit your colour scheme or to fit a square or undersized A5 if that is your preference.
There are a lot of Indian wedding invitations out there but if you are looking for something a bit more unique, we can custom design stationery incorporating the same flair. In this example we have lasercut a Ganesh in gold, and mounted it to a gate folded ivory outer which accommodates the content in the centre and side panels. A strong purple satin ribbon accentuates the gold and ivory. Please remember that we are only showcasing a few examples on the website. If you have your own ideas, why not speak to us about creating a Hindu wedding invitation just for you.