Here’s a little inspiration if you met your honey at a book store or the library or you just have a love affair with all things literary. Rather than sign a guest book, guests can type notes to the bride and groom on a vintage typewriter, piles of books could be incorporated into the centerpieces and library cards can be used as place cards. Incorporating a soft color like blush adds just the right amount of sweetness.
Featured Design: Love Logo #17 wedding invitation
row 1: Martha Stewart, Artfool
row 2: Jupiter Images, Gemma Comas
row 3: Gemma Comas, Christian Oth Studio, Anna Kuperberg
row 4: Jeffrey Daniel’s Flickr Stream via Oh So Beautiful Paper, InStyle Weddings
row 5: betsywhite stationery, Secret Leaves
row 6: Our Labor of Love (cake topper by Goose Grease), Iampeth, Martha Stewart
A beautiful botanical garden is the perfect setting for an enchanting spring wedding. With such lush surroundings, there’s no need to spend a fortune on elaborate flower arrangements which means it’s also a budget-friendly option! Lots of candle light and hanging paper butterfly mobiles from trees would really add to the enchantment.
Featured Design: Devin wedding invitation
all rows: Martha Stewart, Artfool
row 3: Sarah Seven
row 5: Royal Buffet
A rosy shade of pink adds a modern warmth to a sophisticated taupe palette. Our Marissa invitation printed in taupe ink would work well here.
Featured Design: Marissa Wedding Invitation
row 1: Cake Girls
row 2: A Bryan Photo
row 3: Andrea Polito Photography via theknot.com, Poser
row 4: Megan W Photography
row 5: Jenny Yoo, Poser, Ink and Peat
This board was inspired by our Lois invitation. A few gold details in just the right places can add a touch of elegance to any event.
Featured Design: Lois Wedding Invitation
Cake Girls: www.thecakegirls.com
Matthew Mead: www.matthewmeadstyle.com
Lapid Photography: www.lapidphotography.com
Cynthia Martyn: www.cynthiamartyn.com
J. Crew: www.jcrew.com