Jenna and Richard worked with Paper on the Avenue to create these floral letterpress invitations in garden and pewter. Inspired by our Wildflower design, they kept the color palette monochromatic. Script typography brought the attention to the bride and groom to be. Finally, a reply card also printed in garden kept everything cohesive as well as the return address on the envelope. The night before a wedding certainly requires celebration and an invitation in order to do so!
Letterpresscolor: Garden + Pewter | Fonts: Barocca and Moravia | Design:Wildflower | Paper: 2 ply Bella Cotton | Size: F8 | Customization:42855 | Paper on the Avenue
We had the pleasure of working with Erin and Nicholas on their purple Wildflower wedding invitations for their recent celebration in California. They chose a monochromatic palette, using amethyst ink as their main color and highlighting their names in our soft and romantic wisteria ink.
Brenda Fox pictured a darling country wedding on the coast of Maine when she began the illustrations for her Wildflower wedding invitation suite. At the reception, hints of blue tableware and white candles would be in abundance. Bridesmaids and groomsmen would be decked out in blue, too. Sounds (and looks!) pretty dreamy, doesn’t it? Check out more of Brenda’s inspiration behind her Wildflower design over on Pinterest!