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Vogue magazine’s Fashion Fund finalists created flirty, color-rich party looks inspired by butterflies. We used this idea to create gorgeous butterfly wedding invitations featuring a rich Eggplant purple background card and white overlay, wrapped with an exquisite fine paper floral sash imported from Italy. The overlay was printed with vintage Japanese clip art of a butterfly, which would be a great motif for spring weddings and could be used on your program, place cards and thank-you’s. The Italian Portofino sash is made from Italian cream paper printed with a beautiful floral design in pink, metallic gold and teal. A luxury invitation for a bargain price at only $1.28 each, including envelope from Formal-Invitations.com, order at http://formal-invitations.com/purple-invitations-with-italian-floral-sash/.
These modern wedding invitations features a retro floral sash for a chic look. We used the heavyweight Chocolate brown background card and white overlay wrapped with the Allium floral paper sash, with envelope from Formal-Invitations.com. The 1960′s white lace tulip dress ($289) found at PoshGirlVintage.com would also be the perfect dress for a chic retro-inspired wedding.
These fabulous fall wedding invitations feature a rich dark Chocolate brown background cards and white overlay wrapped with a delicate unryu rice paper sash and jacquard band embroidered with gold metallic threads. The Ivy, Merlot, Goldenrod, Papaya and Eggplant purple would also go well with this wrap, you can order at http://www.formal-invitations.com/brown-invitations-with-nepal-jacquard-wrap-and-unryu/)
Designer tip: pick your favorite palette and pick one color as the main hue (60%) one as the secondary (30%) and the remaining as the accent color (10%). Apply the 60-30-10 rule throughout your event for a cohesive look.
Use any of the colors (or your own) for unique vintage custom printed wedding invitations. Each invitation is is made to your specifications for an affordable 89¢ to $2.49 each (depending on quantity) and is printed on premium card stock made from 30% recycled post consumer fibers, making it a smart choice as well.
For chic fall wedding colors, we used a modern combination of dark chocolate brown, anjou pear green and abaco aqua blue. We applied the designers rule for easy application to the custom “Amanda” wedding invitation from Formal-Invitations.com, using 60% of the main color, 30% of the secondary and 10% for the accent hue. Order at http://www.formal-invitations.com/PC-AMAN-PEAC.html, choose their colors or your own ($164 for 100).
June is the month to order invitations for September, October and November weddings and events, order this month and cross off your “to do” list.
This gorgeous print uses vibrant washes of color and bold brushstrokes to render the beautiful landscape of southern Belgium. We loved the yellow-orange and blue and created wildflower wedding invitations featuring this beautiful color combination. The heavyweight, tree-free background card is made from recycled cotton and embedded with real marigold and cornflower petals with bits of grass. A translucent vellum overlay was printed and layered over the card and they were tied together using a sheer chiffon bow. Including a sage green envelope made from 100% post consumer fibers, this earth-friendly wedding invitation was only $1.16 each from Formal-Invitations.com, order at http://www.formal-invitations.com/AP-WildShee.html.