Looking for wedding invites that shimmer and shine? Check out this beautiful new collection of gold and silver foil duplex wedding invites from Smitten on Paper, which features sophisticated, modern designs like the Mini Wreath suite shown above. The gorgeous, golden (or silvery) invitations are foil stamped on both sides, with the occasion details on one side and a lovely, coordinating pattern on the reverse.
Here’s a peek at some of the beautiful designs from the collection, and you can check out the full collection over at Smitten on Paper.
I Do Invitations
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Last week, I crushed on the gorgeousness of autumn letterpress wedding invitations, and today I’m continuing the autumn wedding invitation love with this beautiful bunch of non-letterpress autumn wedding invites. I hope that you’ll find something that will be perfect for your autumn wedding celebration in this diverse group, which ranges in style from understated and elegant to playful and quirky.
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Are you planning a wedding celebration for a time of the year when the leaves turn beautiful shades of gold and red, pumpkin patches reveal their plentiful bounty, and a refreshing crispness sneaks into the air? Autumn is truly an amazing season, and these elegant letterpress wedding invitations would be wonderful for any autumn wedding affair.
Above, clockwise from top left : Harvest by elum || Leaves by Moontree Letterpress || French Quarter by Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls for Bella Figura || Maple Leaf by Bella Baroque Design || Fall Leaf by Invitations by Ajalon || Chinese Lanterns by Echo Letterpress
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I am completely crushing on these new kids’ birthday party invites by Esther Aarts for Hello! Lucky, which feature totally adorable illustrations that are sure to inspire all sorts of different party theme ideas. The invitations are available for ages one to five, and you can customize text, ink colors, and more to create the perfect invitation for your little one.
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If you often find yourself gazing up at the night sky in wonder, then the celestial trend in invitations and stationery may be just the thing for your upcoming wedding celebration. This theme plays very well with both foil stamping and the confetti look and often features shimmery silver metallics and bright whites against a backdrop of rich, dark hues like midnight blue and black for looks that range in style from ultra elegant to playful. I hope that you’ll get a little twinkle in your eye when you check out this collection of wonderful star and constellation-themed wedding invite ideas:
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I am absolutely crushing on this quartet of new wedding invitation designs from Akimbo. The lovely new wedding suites include the elegantly rustic Enchanted Forest (featuring a screenprinted timber invitation); the cute and casual One Fine Day (featuring linen textured stock and hand-stitched layers); the springtime-in-the-country Garden Path (featuring a unique screenprinted and embroidered handkerchief invitation); and the charming and whimsical Up Up & Away (featuring a wonderfully tactile embossed hot air ballon).
Have a little peek below, and be sure to head over to Akimbo to see many more images of these beautiful new wedding suites!
One Fine Day
Up Up & Away
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Few foods are as quintessentially summery as watermelon, and these cutie patootie watermelon party invites by Jill Means for Minted caught my attention the moment that I laid eyes upon them. These invitations are almost as sweet as a juicy piece of watermelon, and they contain all of the party details within their pink, seeded interior. And, if you’re looking for a really fun summer party theme, you’ll definitely want to check out all of the coordinating watermelon party goodies over at Minted, too!
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Love vs. Design recently launched their new Baby Collection, which includes oodles of fun, on trend baby shower invites and baby announcements. If you’re looking for some seriously stylish and absolutely darling invites and announcements, then you’ll definitely want to check out this crush-worthy collection. Here’s a little peek:
Love vs. Design also has a number of adorable (and free!) printable baby-themed goodies for you to download, including these cutie patootie baby congrats cards:
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We are starting July off on a completely crush-worthy note with this gorgeous new letterpress wedding collection from Spark Letterpress!
Bliss features affordable letterpress wedding invitations that include oodles of on-trend elements and styles. You’ll find everything from farm and nautical themes to great patterns, fun color combos, and impeccable typography amongst the 40 invitation suites, 10 save the dates, and 10 day-of suites included in this, Spark’s most expansive collection to date. Designs are available using any one of their more than 60 standard ink colors and a wide variety of fonts, so they can truly be customized for each couple’s special day.
Here’s a bit of eye candy from the Bliss collection, and be sure to head on over to Spark Letterpress to see all of the crushable designs that are available.
Above : Penelope Invitation (top), Georgina Invitation (middle left), Kenneth Invitation (middle right), Gloria Save the Date (bottom)
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I love it when stationery designers mix elegance and playfulness, and this gorgeous letterpress wedding suite by Vellum & Vogue does just that, with sophisticated and subtle metallic flourishes, luxe linen backers, and sweet bunny motifs.
Alana and Krystal from Vellum & Vogue share:
Our company, Vellum & Vogue, was born when we collaborated on the invitation suite for co-founder Krystal’s wedding. Krystal knew she wanted to create a letterpress suite with rich textural elements that paid homage to the couple’s nickname, “The Bunnies”. We started with the save the dates, which were letterpressed on double thick cotton stock and accented with small crystals applied by hand. We included two bunnies beneath the return address, a nod to their nickname and a motif that we carried through to their wedding invitations.
The invitation itself was mounted on a custom linen backer with a lace-trimmed pocket for the stacked enclosure cards. We used a 2-color process for the invitations, combining the same antique gray from the save the dates with a blind press that had a soft metallic sheen. We finished the suite with a blush envelope liner and elegant calligraphy on the outer envelope. Overall, we loved the unity of her wedding paper goods. All of the pieces, from the save the dates to the menus and escort cards to the thank you notes, carried the same delicate elements that reflected the couple’s taste.