This square gate folded invitation is lasercut with a floral pattern and can be made to suit your colour scheme. In this particular example we have worked with a metallic silver, white and mint, though the invitation also looks beautiful in cream and gold. The central content area can be affixed directly to the outer, or a pocket can be created to house the information as an insert, along with any other additional information you require.
Playing around with texture really inspires us. We love the opportunity to create unique concepts, like using a palette of silver, white and pale yellow to design an embossed popup invitation. Talk to us about your requirements and we will make suggestions or come up with something distinctive just for you.
This sophisticated rose themed wedding invitation was created using a combination of metallic and shimmer cream boards, with highlights of silver and dusty pink. The rose theme is refined to a classic floral pattern and is reflected in the lace flat-mounted to the front, along with a pink satin ribbon bow. The invitation folds to a square, and can incorporate a pocket for additional information.
Peony roses are a beautiful flower to incorporate into your wedding stationery, especially if they feature on your tables or as part of the bridal party bouquets. In this example, a peony rose has been cut out of a square invitation in kraft, though this can be done in any colour. The format is as such that when open, the rose is still visible on the left of the central content area. It really is a statement flower and looks extremely elegant on completion.
We do enjoy creating a concept around your wedding theme. The end result often exceeds even our expectations, as in this elegant snowflake wedding invitation in white, silver, royal blue and turquoise. The invitation finishes to just smaller than an A5, and has an additional fold to include guest information for the event.
If you are considering a fairytale themed wedding, our vintage scroll invitation might be the perfect choice. While on this occasion the theme is vintage, we can alter the colours to suit your colour scheme. The invitation is printed and finished to a scroll which sits in a personalised lasercut box outer. The box is lined with embossed paper, and the scroll is wrapped in tissue. This is also a great choice is you plan to hand deliver.
The art nouveau period in the early 20th Century is the inspiration for this invitation which pays tribute to natural forms and structures. It is mostly influenced by Japanese wood-block prints and patterned surfaces which were typical of this ‘New Art’ which can be seen around the world. The invitation we created was printed and mounted onto a C6 silver edged white board, and then inserted into a newspaper printed with interesting facts and events of the period. Ribbon and beading completed the invitation.
‘Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket’… working with Turquoise is one of my favourites, it’s a friendly colour that sits well when combined with other colours. In this example we’ve created a DL star themed invitation which is layered with shimmered, metallic and handmade papers. The invitation is embellished with a star cutout and braid, and has a ribbon to accent. The alternative is a fold over DL incorporating a monogram. Whatever colour you would like to use to complement the turquoise, contact us and we can assist you further.