31, 01, 13

Simple with Special Twists

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Sometimes reinventing the wheel isn’t necessary when something is just so consistently pretty – and that’s how I feel about white and kraft paper. Always a winning combination. This invitation suite was a spin off of a suite I did a couple of years ago. The bride wanted to add pretty details like a botanical liner, a fun little map and a way to tie it all together. Let’s not forget the vintage stamps. I feel strongly that they’re always worth the investment. Questions about vintage stamps? Read this post I wrote three years ago (woah! – I apologize for the bad image). It’s very helpful on how to find the stamps you want!

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Often clients ask me how to include their wedding website on their invitation suite since those hold such valuable information these days. In lieu of putting it directly on the invitation, I like to come up with different ways to include this information that’s still designed and aesthetically pleasing. Here, we put the information on a little hang tag to tie everything together.

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And for fun (and because I’m obsessed), the Instagram shot of this suite:

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