The design of this invitation came about from a photo of a cake my bride fell in love with. She wanted something that would reflect the theme of the cake.
She wanted something mainly Red but also including the black and white. The belly band with the pearl accent gives it a funky modern feel. Embossing to the side of the invitation and flap of the envelope tie’s the theme together nicely to create a wow factor. A Triangle shaped menu and place card with embossing and pearl accents were chosen for the tables.
This is a Red, Black and White version of an earlier post.
The belly band uses ipaper Verona with a red cord tie.
The concept of a Pocket Fold invitation is great, it holds every thing nicely together in one package.
But what if your budget doesn’t allow for the cost of Pocket Folds? You can still have a stunning invitation with a smaller budget.
Here I’ve used the response envelope to bundle together the Invitation suite. Adding a belly band to dress it up.
By adding white labels to the black envelopes will complete the wow factor and still keep within your budget!
Kayla wanted something simple using the colours Red and Black.
She decided on this 3 layer invitation using Vellum and white metallic paper. Tied together with a double bow of red and black satin ribbon.
Lisa’s thank you card carries through the theme of the black and white damask, using a small square Diamante and ribbon, giving it a touch of bling.
There is space at the top for a photo to be inserted and the bottom was left blank for the couple to hand write their message.
Caz wanted a simple invitation with modern clean lines. She chose cream and black which was the theme of her dress. Although not shown in the photo, she chose a black envelope with a cream label. The flap of the envelope was embossed with the same pattern used for her clear bombonaries/ wedding favours. I’ve used the Divine Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder and marshmallow card from ipaper.
As the venue for the reception is in a french restaurant, Julie wanted to add a french influence to her black and white invitations.
The black envelopes with white labels and embossed flaps create a sense of anticipation. The front of the trifold folder establishes the formal tone of the event by using a formal font with a touch of bling. Once opened the delicate black and white back ground matting creates the french feel Julie was looking for.
I’ve continued the theme through with the place cards, Menu’s and Seating plan using the Chandelier to tie all the pieces together.