Choosing an Invite!
By: Chelsea DeSimone
Whenever a bride gets proposed to, there’s a lot on her mind – what season she’ll get married in, the venue, her bridal party, her dress. It is easy to forget those small details that really add personality and individuality to any wedding. One of these details is the invitation that will be sent out to all of the guests! Coming from someone who is obsessed with fonts and design layouts, an invitation means everything. Heck, I’d probably be more interested in picking my wedding invites than I would my dress; does this make me any less of a girl?
Here are a couple of invitation ideas that we absolutely adore!
Rustic Kraft Paper Invites
Rifle Paper Co. Floral Invites
In an ideal
world (for girls, that is), a woman should have complete and utter control of
all design aspects of her special day. With that being said, these invitations
by Paper Rifle Co. are stunning. There is something about the simplicity of the
rounded corners and the curving font that make this choice of invitation soft,
yet oh so appealing to the eye. Not to mention, the floral print is in the most
gorgeous color palette – tangerine, fuchsia, blush, and a winter green? Please…
Just try to deny this beauty!
those of you aiming to be super fancy schmancy, in a not so “in-your-face” sort
of way, think of printing your invitations on a handkerchief! This is an
awesome keepsake idea; your guests will rave about your creativity and will be
able to carry this little beauty with them on your wedding day! You will be
more environmentally savvy, too! All too often, beautiful wedding invites end
up in the recycle bin… or worse, the trash! I guarantee you that your guests
will be reluctant to throw out this personalized, non-paper invite! One can
never know when he or she will be in need of a hanky again, right?
Little Woman Design – Personalized Invites
We could be a bit biased here at Pastore Events, but the invites that Little Woman Design produce are nothing short of amazing. Look at it this way: if you are a woman that wants an invitation that will be unique to you and your fiancé, you’ve come to the right place! Send out a save the date with drawings of you and your man as the focal point. These are the perfect balance of cutesy and personal. The fact that no other bride will ever have the same invitations as you had is pretty darn cool, too!