Maria and Brooks envisioned floral gold foil wedding invitations that Posh Parties & Paper helped us create. Inspired by our Jorie design, the invitation mimicked the original but they still found a way to make it their own. A monogram added personalization as well as intricacy to this botanical border. Script font accents emphasized the formal factor as well. Finally, the outer envelope carried the same Jorie motif to the back-flap in a soft Fawn ink.
With help from our friends at Rugg Road Paper Company, Lauren and Bradley customized our Jorie design for their wedding at The Addison. They chose a palette of taupe letterpress ink and bronze shine foil and accented the sketched floral artwork with blind deboss printing. A metallic copper envelope liner added an additional hint of elegance to their formal, pointed-flap envelope.
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.
Racheal Bumbolo is our new Designer of the Month! Racheal’s collection features a unique mix of modern classics, often featuring more contemporary fonts with classic color palettes. One of our new favorites from the Bella Figura 2016 collection is Racheal’s Annata design, which features a beautiful pairing of both traditional and modern fonts with a delicate floral monogram. We’re also big fans of Wardell Modern, a sleek square invitation with a classic black and gold color palette and minimal design elements, and Jorie, a sophisticated floral invitation pairing copper foil and pale gray ink. Shop Racheal’s collection during the month of July and save 10% on your entire order – and save an additional 10% if you order 6 printed pieces or more! This offer applies to any piece: wedding invitations, social stationery, save the dates, party invites, menus, programs, or anything else you can dream up!
The fine print: this offer is exclusive to designs by Racheal Bumbolo and does not apply towards the purchase of other designs. Discount is applied automatically – no code required. Orders must be placed by 11:59pm Eastern on July 31, 2016 in order to receive this offer.