Classic black & blush wedding invitations

Well isn't this just a beautiful Wednesday afternoon in New England? Yes, I think it is. I wanted to share with you all a beautiful invitation suite printed in a classic black and blush pink pallet. The bride, Marcie, is such a doll, and after designing and printing her save-the-dates, we knew we had to do something just as romantic. Enter: the bella florals. I've used these ALOT for all kinds of prints-- personal stationery, bridal & baby shower invitations, weddings... you name it, it's been printed, and I just fall deeper in love every single time I see them printed. They take an impression on Gable like you wouldn't believe.

Bella Flora Wedding 5

Bella Flora Wedding 4

Bella Flora Wedding

Bella Flora Wedding 2

Bella Flora Wedding 3

Everything was printed on Crane Lettra Pearl White stock- the invitation was printed on the super-thick 220lb and the response card on the 110lb stock. It's a good way to save some $$ on the wedding invitation budget since you end up getting those cards back anyway. Don't you just love that they asked for a personal message from their guests? I really want to add this option to every response card I print...

Aren't they stunning? I am so happy for you, Marcie & David! Congrats on the wedding and I can't wait to see your gorgeous photos!!

1 comments:

Lolitha said...

Thanks for sharing these information, wedding invitations shown here are very nice the classical type of wedding cards had a pleasant look and that give one kind of feel in wedding ceremony.

 

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