At Fuchsia we will custom design to suit your requirement, whether it’s a flat invitation placed in a laser cut folder, or a laser cut pocket as in this example. This invitation can be developed further to include a monogram and satin ribbon bellyband. Likewise if you prefer to have the laser cutting flip up to reveal the content, we can also work to achieve that for you. This metallic invitation in a pocket format is laser cut from a soft pearl, with the main invitation printed on a natural white. Any guest information is applied to the back of the insert, or the back of the invitation.
This bespoke wedding invitation in metallic pearl is a fixed lasercut gate folded pocket, with cream and champagne accents. The wedding invitation and any guest information sits inside the pocket as an insert, with a ribbon & pearl embellishment to close.
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.
This wedding invitation is beautifully subtle in pale pink, linen and charcoal. It combines old typewriter fonts with a layer of kraft board to keep with the rustic theme. The invitation incorporates embossing and is embellished with pale pink lace, white raffia and pinhead pearls.
We are very proud of this lasercut dusty pink invitation incorporating champagne & cream. The personalised laser cut invite finishes to a square, and has a pocket containing directions, accommodation and/or other guest information. The face is embellished with a belly band of lace, ribbon and pearls.
The Art Deco and Nouveau movements of the early 1920s brought us some of the most beautiful art, but not just art in the traditional sense. It impacted architecture, fashion and society – expressed wonderfully in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. The re-adaptation of the film The Great Gatsby is set to be one of the biggest wedding theme trends for 2014. Here we showcase just one Gatsby inspired wedding invitation, expressed through strong graphics, modern fonts of the period and the subtlety of classic vintage pastels. The invitation is embellished with feathers, pearls and diamantes.