This bride was a dream client! An event planner, based in NYC, she had a good idea of what she wanted. Pretty, nautical-inspired invitations with a Maine moose sprinkled about. The moose is the magical beast of Maine's wildlife, and pretty close pronunciation of her new last name. How could we not? For the design, I embraced the geometrics of nautical flags throughout, steering clear of overdone anchors for a subtle nautical vibe. For the color palette, we started with crisp whites, and then sprinkled in sun-bleached ocean hues, kraft paper and touches of gold. Everything was bundled in kraft folder...
These classic nautical invitations were created for a boy baby shower and included a separate registration information piece. For custom baby shower invitations, contact Charm & Fig .
Mary's bachelorette party invitations were inspired by her laid back style, light breezy beaches and subtle quirky patterns. We wanted the invitation to look like Anthropologie was throwing a little party in the Hamptons -- I'd RSVP to that! The envelopes were lined with this gorgeous gold polka dot paper that was handmade in Nepal. And we really lucked out with USPS's adorable lighthouse stamps, which went out of print shortly after we bought them. For custom invitations, contact Charm & Fig.
These beach-inspired invitations for Allie's bridal shower featuring blue coral and bright whites were just want we needed after a sad and rainy Texas winter. We kept the design minimal and modern, mixing vintage and romantic typography. For custom invitations, contact us here. Thanks for stopping by!
We're loving rose gold foil these days. These save the dates can be customized with any ink color (shown here with navy) to put a brassy, nautical spin on your wedding date announcement. We paired this look with a moss green envelope and a nautical sea map. Such a classic color combo! For more information on customization this design for your save the date, contact us and let us know what kind of pretty paper you want for your announcements.