Today we’re featuring two distinctly different personalities of the Love Logo #5 wedding invitation. The great thing about design is that it can be interpreted in so many different ways, depending on your perspective. In this first example, the flower featured in the wedding logo conjures up thoughts of vibrant tropical blooms for an island wedding…
While in this case, the simple floral motif of the Love Logo #5 design mimics the simplicity of succulents. Printed in a subdued palette of Olive ink on Ecru paper, this would make a great choice for an elegant affair…
Which style suits your personality?
Photo Credits: Tropical Vibrance
Martha Stewart Weddings pinned here | Jose Villa pinned here | Jose Villa pinned here
Photo Credits: Subtle Succulents
Priscila Valentina via Green Wedding Shoes | Braedon Photography via Green Wedding Shoes | Sarah Kate, Photographer via Style Me Pretty
This [Split] Personality showcases the versatility of the Nicolette wedding invitation. This pairing finds the contrast between an elegant, formal look and the more rustic, casual side with just the right use of color. This invitation is simple and yet classic in style and because it is available in both thermography and digitally printed versions, it lends itself well to both styles.
In this first example, I’ve chosen to use black on white paper throughout the entire suite to show how this traditional color can be used for a sleek and elegant wedding.
In the second example, this wedding invitation can be used in deep, earthy hues which would work well with a more casual wedding theme.
So, which one suits your style most? Leave us a comment to let us know!
Photo Credits: Elegant
wedding dress and bouquet photo via Style Me Pretty | chairback photo via Ruffled | shoe photo via Green Wedding Shoes
Photo Credits: Rustic Casual
florals and place setting via Amy Osaba | dress photo via OnceWed | tiered cakes photo via Our Labor of Love
Can you believe how quickly this year is flying by? It seems as though we were just introducing you to Lauren and with the snap of a finger, her 12 week internship is already over and it’s time to welcome a new intern to the team!
I’m quite excited to introduce you to Talia who is not only the youngest member of our blogging team but the most distant, posting all the way from the Philippines! Welcome, Talia!
My name is Talia, and I am a junior in high school. I’m a travel and food junkie, and I do food photography as well as design. My perfect night in involves my sisters, a ton of wedding blogs, mani-pedis, and romantic comedies.
Name: Talia Cortez
Location: Muntinlupa City, Philippines
Cute clutch or hold-everything handbag?: Definitely a hold-everything handbag. As a student, it’s so much easier to throw things inside while i’m half-asleep in the morning!
What’s the one thing in your purse you can’t live without?: I can’t imagine ever losing my hard drive. It has everything.
Current obsession: Cursive and print font combos, neon colors with gray
Favorite source of inspiration: Pinterest, wedding blogs, & magazines
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Stop by to see Talia’s posts every Monday for the next 12 weeks!
We’ve decided to introduce a new series to the blog which we’re calling [Split] Paper Personalities. The idea is to show how one stationery suite can take on two completely different personalities to work with very different wedding (or party) styles.
We’re kicking things off with our popular Love Logo #16 wedding invitation which, although rather ornate in design, can work just as well for a sleek modern wedding as it can work for a vintage wedding with delicate details.
Here, the digitally printed version of the wedding invitation is shown in vibrant colors which would work well with a modern wedding featuring bright neon details. To add a little fun to the stationery suite, each item can be printed in a different color…
In this case, the same wedding invitation takes on a completely different feel. The delicate deckle edges of the thermography printed version of the invitation, along with the subtle shimmer of our Taupe ink would work really well for a vintage-inspired wedding…
Which style would you choose?
Photo Credits: Modern Neon
original source unknown, pinned here | Lisa Warninger for Project Wedding, pinned here | Ella Bella Floral Design
Photo Credits: Very Vintage
Rachel Peters Photography via The Wedding Chicks | eephotome via pinned here | Lane Dittoe via Style Me Pretty