Five ways to customize our Jorie floral wedding invitations

Along with all of our 325+ designs, Jorie can be customized to create floral wedding invitations for any style event. Here are a few ways our couples have made this design their own:

Diana and Simon chose our ivory cotton paper to soften their palette of rose gold foil and taupe. Sarah Hanna’s hand calligraphy added an elegant formality to important text on the invitation and additional suite pieces.

Lauren and Daniel opted for a more modern presentation by using the floral artwork as a border printed in pale gray. Copper shine foil and Debi Zeinert’s hand calligraphy gave the design a contemporary yet still classic feel.

Meaghan and Peter chose a modern layout with the floral artwork printed in inkless blind deboss and the text in rose gold foil. Vine ink was used on the accessory pieces and tied in the custom envelope liner that incorporated more of the Jorie florals.

Tiffany and Andrew also printed the floral artwork in inkless blind deboss but used it to frame their text that was printed in gold matte. They used one of our vintage print floral liners to add romance and color to the otherwise neutral invitation.

Anna and Jason kept the layout the same but chose a palette of pewter and dusty pink that complemented the simple hand drawn look of the floral artwork.  They carried their palette throughout the suite that included an accommodations card, thank you cards and menu.

Thanks to our friends at RSVP Today, Paper Place, Pulp and Ink, Village Invites and Invitations & Company for helping these couples customize our Jorie design for their weddings!