Are you dreaming of an elegant garden wedding? This styled shoot featuring three of our custom luxury invitations is sure to be an inspiration. “This photo shoot was derived from a sense of the Victorian era, with the focus on elegance and a touch of lace, lush flowers, and fine accessories,” explains Debbie Liaw of Aquafuzion.
PHOTOGRAPHY by Honey Honey Photography.
Here’s a sneak peek at our latest invitation design. Hand calligraphy and artwork are foiled in a soft satin gold on cream colored faux suede with a custom diecut pocket and envelope. The result is simple, sophisticated and elegant! This design will be going up on the website soon along with some other beauties we’ve been working on so check back soon!
It must come as no surprise that I have big time client envy. I say that in the best sense of the word though because I really do love my clients! It’s just hard not to get a little envious when we are working on these amazing invitations to wonderful destinations, thinking about the beautiful venue, the elegant reception…. ah c’est la vie!
Quynh and Ian are having a small, intimate Parisian wedding this fall. They came to us earlier this year wanting a classic and elegant box invitation for their closest family and friends. One that would really capture the spirit of their destination and be something that everyone could keep as a remembrance of the day. Quynh had fallen in love with the look of the Rococo invitation on the website, and wanted to take some of the same elements and tailor it into something uniquely their own. We found this beautiful aqua and gold hand marbled paper from Sustain and Heal and designed (and made entirely by hand) beautiful custom boxes to hold the invitations. The box is entirely lined in a crushed gold leaf paper, tied with double faced satin ribbon and topped with an ornate metal piece which frames the names of the couple letterpressed in gold ink on shimmering ivory paper.
Here’s some more views…
On the inside, the gatefold invitation is wrapped in gold twine and sealed with a fleur de lis wax seal. Each panel holds a different piece of information. On the left is the venue, complete with a beautiful line drawing of the actual church. The center panel is the invitation itself with a floral swag adorning the top. On the right, is the the reception venue. All letterpressed in gold ink. It’s truly a stunning presentation.
Congrats to Quynh and Ian! We are sure your Parisian wedding will be trés magnifique. We’re just a little jealous that we don’t get to go!