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
It’s cold here in Atlanta this week! Thinking of winter weddings and modern style, I wanted to put a board together to celebrate ivory tones. Featuring one color as you choose your palette can add modern style, simplicity, and beauty to any wedding. Choosing a color like ivory can allow for other details to stand out beautifully – especially if you are already in a picturesque setting. I hope you get inspired by my board and think about all the possibilities of using ivory to accentuate your day. Enjoy!
left column: Wedding photo by Elizabeth Messina via Style Me Pretty | Wedding dress photo pinned here | Embroidered Lace and Appliqued Wedding Cake via Martha Stewart Weddings
right column: Mycenaean Dress via BHLDN | Double sheer silk flowers head piece via Twigs and Honey | Flower detail shot by Tec Petaja
The oh-so-shocking neon look has been popping up in some of the most unexpected places – one of them being weddings! I’ll admit, at first I was a little hesitant about the whole idea… but the more I saw, the more I loved. Enjoy!
Featured Design: Sloan wedding invitation
Sloan wedding invitation via Betsywhite Stationery Boutique | 1. art beauty life via Brooklyn Bride | Confetti System fringe via iiiinspired | Charlotte Olympia heels via Kirna Zabete
1. art beauty life via Brooklyn Bride | Q banner via Grey Likes Weddings | Runway look (source unknown) via Pinterest