Using colour and texture to layer an invitation set is one of the most exciting phases of creating an invitation as the effect is often surprising, especially when the colour palette and floral choices are unconventional. This particular wedding invitation with gold foiling needed to incorporate sunflowers and proteas, both flowers of which would be featured in the floral decor on the wedding day. We created a vibrant red and gold foiled wedding invitation with accompanying guest information card, which was packaged in a red linen envelope with a gold foiled liner. An unconventional invitation for an unconventional couple and I’m really happy with the result!
We loved incorporating illustrations from Reach Dreams in this embossed rose inspired wedding invitation in kraft, cream & metallic red. The invitation folds out to reveal a central content area and embossed pocket to contain directions and guest information cards. As with all of our wedding invitations, this embossed rose stationery set can be made to suit your colour scheme. Contact us for a quote or to discuss your unique requirements.
“I Carry Your Heart With Me, I Carry it in My Heart” Such beautiful words from E.E. Cummings. A heart is the perfect symbol of affection, emotion, and most importantly love. It’s up to you how much of the heart theme you want to incorporate into your day, and this invitation is just one example of how this can be done. The invitation itself is an insert which sits inside a pocket envelope. On the outside, silk laid indian handmade paper is printed with beautiful little red hearts, on to which an origami heart is affixed. This colour palette is quite literal, though hearts can feature in any colour scheme.
Nothing says nautical like navy, red and white. Throw in some stripes, anchors and a lasercut lighthouse and this will be the result. A sophisticated, modern nautical themed wedding invitation. In this specific example, the laser cut was made to mirror the Umhlanga lighthouse along our KZN North Coast but we can always work with a lighthouse of your choice.
Whether you prefer your red rose theme to be traditional with floral photography, or like Stuart and Claire you opt for a simplistic yet modern approach to this classic theme, there is always more than one way to translate your ideas. The result is a lasercut rose overlaid with bold colours, in this case red and burgundy. The invitation is square formatted and is embellished with ribbon and diamante accents.
Wherever you’ve looked for unique wedding stationery, you won’t have seen this elegant gold and black trifold invitation designed exclusively by Fuchsia Designs. The stationery is inspired by the Baroque period and the translation is bohemian with striking floral art, decorative motiffs, and diamante accents. The invitation has a number of folds and it’s finished size is 15 x 15 square. Why not enquire about having a similar invitation created in silvers, whites, or styled to your own colour scheme.