Tina has timeless taste and wanted invitations that reflected her classic style. The color scheme was neutral shades consisting of ivory, blush, champagne, and modest amounts of black. From the layered super thick Invitation to the square monogram seal, this invitation just screams elegance.
I love the simplicity of cream and blush together. I realize that neutrals are a wedding trend, but I really hope it doesn't go away. Something about the mix of cream and white with a touch of any pastel is just timeless to me. When Laura first came to me needing invitations she already had her mind set on a lot of different aspects of her wedding. Most brides still haven't figured out the finer details when I meet them in the beginning, but she had it all! Once she started giving me her vision of the big day, I could tell we had similar taste.
We settled on a creamy script font for the first names of the bride and groom across the top, and the event details are listed in a charcoal grey serif font centered below. The invite itself is attached to a light blush pink backer that sticks out around the edges. This gives depth to the invitation, but also adds additional thickness and luxury.
The invitation suite had 4 pieces total: Invite, Response card, Details card, and Registry card.
A quickly disappearing item is the RSVP envelope, this set included one in a matching khaki color to the outside envelope. The details card had event addresses with a small map on the backside to help aid in any confusion on the trek across town. And the registry card was about the size of a business card which was a clean way to add the information for any inquiring guest.
What are your thoughts on neutral weddings?