Rebecca wanted a simple invitation to reflect the theme of their outdoor wedding set in the beautiful Sunshine Coast Hinterland and this cute little invitation offers lots of options!
With room for multiple layers to include all information necessary. Hidden behind the beautiful Peacock feather pattern paper are 2 layers, the Invitation and a wishing well poem followed by a longer layer which holds directions and information for the ceremony venue and reception details. And at the very bottom their names. The final Layer is a gorgeous metallic purple card finished off with a diamante.
Comprising of 5 layers in total, this simple but elegant invitation is held together with a piece of 3mm purple satin ribbon and silver cord giving a modern feel.
Here I’ve used Designer Metallic “Peacock Passion” along with Curious Metallic “Violette” and Glamour Puss “Diamond White” ipaper.
This design can be adapted to many different themes making it a very versatile design.
Kelly wanted a sample using white, silver and purple. Something simple with roses and rings.
Using a trifold design I started with a very simple layout and then stepped it up a little by adding the purple swirls. Here I’ve kept it simple but you could really bling up those swirls!
After consultation Kelly decided that she wanted something completely different, however she has used elements of the rings and roses for part of her ensemble. (More on that after the invitations have been mailed out)
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.
I made these for my friend’s girls. Keely and Ashley had been working hard on some goals they had set. As they progressed they received little rewards along the way. Part way through they were finding it hard going, so I made these little invitations up to remind them of what they were working for. I mailed them off in a very pretty envelope for each of them. The squeals of delight said it all!