I don’t know about you, but I’m in the mood for some color today! I popped over to Minted to whet my color-craving whistle and found oodles of lovely wedding invites to share with you. You’ll find a little mid-century sleek, a touch of wonderful watercolor, and a spectrum of eye-catching color in this little collection.
Above, clockwise from top left : Shindig by Precious Bugarin Design; Watercolor Sky by AJCreative; Watercolor Wheel by Stacey Hill; Ice Cream Parlour Pastels by The Lovely Letters; Bold Stripes by Flock Press; Paris Doodles by Cecile Paper Lounge; Ever After by Jill Means
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If you love gorgeous letterpress invites, then today’s invitation crush is for you. Richard and Vici-Jane Kohring, the husband and wife team behind UK-based stationery and design studio, Artcadia, create breathtakingly beautiful letterpress wedding invitations that range in style from the delightfully fairy-tale-ish September suite (detail above) to the sweet and sophisticated Peaches suite and the wonderfully whimsical and folksy Tinker suite. Though their roots are in letterpress, Artcadia offers affordable digital flat printing, too.
You can check out Artcadia’s full range of wedding invitation designs right here.
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Oh, hello, gorgeous! Today’s invitation crush comes to us from Steel Petal Press, whose so chic Modern Linear letterpress wedding invitations are perfect for couples who want something that’s just the right mix of classic and modern. Minimalist line patterns subtly frame the sophisticated serif typography, allowing it to remain front and center, and the lovely blush pink, black, and shimmery gold color palette makes this suite shine.
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Preppy, elegant, minimalist modern, whimsical, or just plain sweet – the classic black and white palette plays well with just about any style, and this is what makes it such a timeless color combo. Here’s a little collection of beautiful black and white wedding invitations that epitomize the versatility and timeless allure of this high contrast color pair.
Above, clockwise from top left : Surya | Tara Hogan for Bella Figura; Harper | Chelsey Emery; Amour | Kylie Holmes for Minted; Flourish | Hello! Lucky; Duncan | Jessica Tierney for Bella Figura; Certified Chic | j. bartyn for Minted; Embassy | Crane & Co.
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When it comes to wedding invitations, florals are always in style, and I love seeing how floral elements evolve with the times. Florals have made a big comeback over the past year and are standing front and center in styles that range from bold and painterly to subtle, stylized, and folksy. Here are just a few of the crush-worthy, modern floral wedding invitations that have caught my eye recently:
Above, clockwise from top left : Paradise | Smitten on Paper; Chalkboard Floral | Coloring Cricket for Wedding Paper Divas; Floral Script | Papela; Poppies and Peonies | Jennifer Wick for Minted; Folk Florals | Cheer Up Cherup; Chevron Blooms | elli; Garden Party | Up Up Creative; Midsummer Night’s Dream | Kristen Smith for Minted
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Everything about this eye-catching wedding suite by James Prunean for Nick + Tania’s big day is bold. From the solid splashes of coral and mint to the rich, black type – sometimes swashy and sometimes serif – these wedding invitations get your attention in a big way. I’m loving the playful little envelope flap details, too!
Nick and Tania are a very young couple and didn’t want their invitations to feel like they take themselves too seriously, especially since they are having a small ceremony with their family and friends, followed by an informal cocktail reception. Their wedding colors are coral and mint, and they wanted their invites to reflect that, so we created these dynamic invitations using different colors for each of the pieces in the suite. We also used a great font that has lots of movement to contrast the hard edges of the black borders in the design, and we love the simplicity of the bold and graphic result.
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It’s just about that time of the year again, time when all of the paper mavens flock to NYC for the National Stationery Show, where they bask in paper love as they walk from aisle to aisle filled to the brim with pretty paper goods. B.T. Elements will be adding to the pretty paper on display with their 2013 wedding invitation collection, which will make its debut at the NSS later this month (booth #2337). But today, lucky duckies, I’m giving you a little sneak peek at the new collection, which includes designs that feature oodles of painterly and hand drawn elements. You’ll find sweet and lacy suites (above), lovely floral themes, and pretty, preppy details amongst the new designs. Here, take a peek:
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I always enjoy seeing what Tara Hogan from INK + WIT is up to. She has such a fresh aesthetic and brings her own unique touch to everything that she creates, including these totally crush-worthy, modern letterpress baby announcements. The sweet and sleek announcements are perfect for couples looking to share the wonderful news about the new member or members of their family in a cute and contemporary way.
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Ooh, baby, do I ever love woodgrain, and it’s even better when said woodgrain comes in the form of real wood, as is the case with these absolutely beautiful wood wedding invites from The Paper Paramour. Choose from full color folksy florals (above) and a spectrum of mid-century modern and vintage-inspired designs printed on real, sustainably harvested birch and cherry wood for wedding invitations that will not be soon forgotten by any of your invited guests.
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Sandy has a passion for design, typography, and beautiful paper, and this completely shows through in her gorgeous designs, which are so very modern but which also contain touches of the classic and traditional. These designs are fresh, clean, and typographic, with motifs that range from whimsical and woodsy to ornate to nautical.
All designs in The Occasional Hello wedding collection are offered in both digital and letterpress print options, and Sandy loves and welcomes custom design requests, working one-on-one with each and every couple.
Here’s a peek at the collection, and be sure to head over to The Occasional Hello’s shop to see all of the beautiful designs that are available:
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