Silver has been making its mark on all sorts of Bella Figura wedding invitations these days — modern and classic designs alike have been featuring silver foil stamping for an added touch of glamour. Whether you choose matte or shiny silver foil (or both!), adding this classic metallic can up the sophistication factor on any invitation. Check out some of the beautiful invitations we’ve printed with silver foil lately!
[Joie de Vivre wedding invitation featuring silver shine foil stamping paired with amethyst ink on our white cotton paper.]
[Silver matte and silver shine foil look stunning next to our seaside letterpress ink in this customization of our Fugue design.]
[Gramercy wedding invitations printed in lavender letterpress ink with matte silver foil stamping and Copperplate hand calligraphy accents.]
[This customization of our Drawing Room design pairs shiny silver foil with classic black ink.]
[Silver shine foil stamped accents look stunning next to Prussian blue letterpress ink on this Byzantine wedding invitation.]
[Silver shine foil and pewter letterpress inks look dashing together on this customization of our Wisteria design.]
[This customization of our Royal Night design pairs shiny silver foil with navy letterpress ink.]
If silver isn’t your thing, check out some of our other foil stamping colors! With 12 dazzling metallics to choose from, we’ve got foil colors for every type of occasion. Not sure which color foil to choose? Not a problem — after you’ve placed your order, one of our expert designers can help you select the best options for your wedding invitations with a one-on-one design consultation!
From the start the Fugue design by Kamal has captivated us by being so unique. That’s why we are completely smitten by this silvery delight. Our silver matte and silver shine foil inks enhance the cascading design and pops of our sea-side letterpress ink add a trendy splash of color.
letterpress ink: sea-side | foil: silver shine + silver matte | fonts: statham + custom aurora | paper: 2-ply white | invite size: f8 | envelope liner: the modern herringbone pattern in sea-side ink | customization #: 14546 |
We love seeing the real weddings of our customers, but it’s an extra-special treat when we get to see them in print! Martha Stewart Weddings magazine featured not one, but two real weddings of Bella Figura brides & grooms in their Fall 2012 issue. The first wedding featured our modern Pyramid design by Ellie Snow, while the second showcased our Garden Vine design by Erin Jang. Check out some of the other fantastic publications that Bella Figura has been spotted in this fall.
Inside Weddings included several Bella Figura invitations for their Fall 2012 issue as well — Kelle Anne McCarter’s Canto design, Lindsy Aragona’s Overlook design and a customization of Jamie Lea Bertsch’s Cecilia all shared the spotlight.
Town & Country Weddings put together a fabulous round-up of inspiration for a New York City wedding, and included a gorgeous customization of our Charmed New York invitation design as part of the feature.
Pacific Weddings magazine included Ian Koenig’s Dash design and Jamie Lea Bertsch’s Indie Twill design in their gorgeous, equestrian-inspired reception set-up. Bonus: they’ve got even more photos from this amazing shoot on their website!
Brides magazine featured Bella Figura in both their October and their November issues! In October, letterpress place cards featuring our Rosemary design were included as part of a Tuscan Garden inspiration palette. The November issue featured several Bella Figura designs — our Bejeweled design fit in perfectly with a “Roaring Twenties” inspiration page (which is overflowing with glamorous, Gatsby-esque touches) and three of our foil stamped invitations (Dada by Jamie Lea Bertsch; Glamorous Blooms and Fugue by Kamal) were included in an “All that Glitters” feature.
Our latest letterpress wedding invitation release was full of many modern gems, but today we’re sharing the top 6 modern invitations so far from 2012. We’ve noticed neon shows its pretty little head in a sophisticated way (or think about neon edge painting on a very formal invite!). Black ink on a modern letterpress design keeps things formal while still feeling new. Foil, of course, is on the list — we are especially loving double foil (think matte silver and shiny silver, or silver paired with gold). You’ll find names in oversized fonts, along with slightly untraditional text layout and minimal design. Want to see more? Check out all of our modern wedding invitations here.
What are your favorite colors, fonts, and invitation designs for a modern wedding? Tell us in the comments section below!