For their destination wedding in Positano, Italy, this couple incorporated local elements and bright colors in their stationery suite. Jay Hornsby of the Belligerent Monkey did the illustrations and design, and Thomas Printers letterpressed the finished product. Blue-and-white baker's twine bound all the pieces together.
Whether you're getting married in the States or abroad, one of these beautiful invitation suites is sure to fit the theme of your special day.
Get wedding guests excited about their trip by sending them passport-inspired invitations like these. And because this is a folder style, you can pack it with useful travel information for your guests, which they're sure to thank you for. Since this packet is tied with string, it should be mailed in an outer envelope. Stationery suite by Spark Stationery.
Components of your invitation suite needn't be identical to have a similar flavor. Here, the color and overall theme bring everything together for an invitation that would be fitting for a beach or nautical-themed wedding. Stationery suite from Cheree Berry Paper, 917-532-0490.
These wedding invitations feature a map that was drawn by the bride as well as whimsical umbrella and sun icons to indicate that this will be a rain-or-shine event. After designing the cards herself, the bride had them screen-printed on ivory paper with vivid orange details. Printing done by EM Space Designs.
The layering of colors and positioning of images evokes an undersea scene -- perfect for a Caribbean wedding. Note the choice of coral ink for the, well, coral. Identical images repeat on the reply card. Invitation by Grapevine Paperie, 800-994-3799.
Many regions or cities come with an iconic images you can capitalize on (plumeria for Hawaii, magnolias for the south, the Eiffel Tower for Paris). Here, the green ink of the Arizona cactus is carried through in the envelope; using that color on other items will unify the suite even without the image. Invitations by Delphine Press.
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