Invitation Design- Haylee Larson of Hey Hay Designs
Other Contributors- Courtney Orton, Casey Hyer
Guests see the invitation long before they see you on your wedding day
- so, whether your style is refined and elegant, modern, or relaxed -
your invitation needs to make the first impression.
PUT IT IN A BOX
Think outside the box and put your invitation in a box. It’s a more pricey option, but certainly modern, fun, and one of a kind. The boxholds the invitation, handcrafted crepe flowers, and celebration andceremony cards. Tie it up with a ribbon, a few more flowers, and a festive tag to make it an invitation like no other!
Lemon drop yellow makes this pocket invitation pop, while hand painted
details in shades of blue and yellow give it a beach-like feel. It’s
an invitation that lends itself to unlimited insert options. In this
pocket, guests will find inserts including an RSVP card as well as
information on local activities and attractions.
SET THE PATTERN
Choose a pattern that sets the style of your event. Whether it’s
paisley, organic, or geometric—it can tie your whole event together.
Use the pattern as a backdrop or accents on the invitation or to line
the envelope. It can be bold or subtly stand out as seen on this
popular folded card.
ADD METALLIC TEXTURE
The silver embossed paper is a simple addition to this best selling
vertical pocket card and is what makes it memorable. A sparkly
embellishment at the top gives it instant glamor. For a personal
touch, hand address the envelope.
GIVE IT FEELING
Play to your guests’ sense of touch with an invitation that is letter
pressed—a printing method where the wording is pressed into thick
cotton paper. Pink and gray give this square invitation a more relaxed
feel while keeping it classy.
It really is—all in the details. It’s the small things that make your
invitation stand out. Whether it is textured or sparkled, three
dimensional, letter pressed, patterned, or hand painted—let the little
touches make each invitation your own.