Robin from Robin Beth Designs sent along these fabulous wedding invitations from her new Avant Garde collection. I’m quite taken with her use of unique textured and patterned papers coupled with letterpress printing and interesting touches such as silk ribbon and glass beads.
From the Moderno Suite, a sleek contemporary invitation incorporating Japanese decorative papers and strung glass seed beads.
From the Lustre Suite, a four layer invitation available in five different metallic color combinations (Bronze is shown).
Beautiful hand dyed silk ribbon is such an elegant touch.
images from Robin Beth Designs
I love the concept behind Remanents’ Custom Couture Fabric Cards (top). What could be more custom than using a piece of fabric from your own wedding or bridesmaid’s dress to help create wedding or shower invites? The Wedding Dress Custom Fabric Cards come with a self-adhesive backing that allows you to easily insert a piece of whatever fabric you’d like to create the skirt of the dress.
Remanents has swanky thank you cards for all of your shoe-obsessed bridesmaids (bottom), too, in addition to wedding invitations, gift enclosures, and place cards. By the way, they also design super cute shoe gift wrap.
images from Remanents
Poppy posted about these adorable invitations from bumble ink today, and I couldn’t resist giving them a mention here since they fit so perfectly with this month’s wedding theme. Absolutely adorable illustrations! Pictured above are bumble ink’s personalized rehearsal dinner and bridal shower invitations.
images from bumble ink
I’m quite taken with these wedding invitations from Mr. Boddington’s Studio. The use of fabrics like linen and silk in combination with custom graphic elements make for wonderfully decadent designs:
Love the use of linen and ribbon in this design. I have to admit that this shade of green isn’t typically a color to which I’m attracted, but it really works here. Truly regal invitations.
Ooh, fantastic color scheme. I love the lettering and the graphic element on this invitation, as well.
images from Mr. Boddington’s Studio