3.15.2010

Inspired Wedding Invitations

(thanks to our intern Ashley for creating this blog post!)

Planning a wedding is a very wonderful time in a couple’s life. This can be a very stressful and exciting time for couples. Planning what food to serve and what flowers to serve, however, are not the only important decisions to make. Finding the perfect wedding invitation for your special day can be an exciting time that allows your creativity to shine through.
There are many trends that provide couples with many options to choose from. Trendsetting stripes and embellishments can give your invitations are contemporary edge while still keeping a traditional feel. Bold colors and couture textures would also give your invites a luxurious and contemporary feel as well. Vintage patterns and modern monograms also lend your invites an edge that would transform your wedding day.


clockwise from left: Carly & Shawn's wedding invitation by CurlyRed,
Enchanted Forest Wedding Invitations by Wedding Paper Divas
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Sunburst invitation by invitations4less.com

Classically cultural invitation by www.stylemepretty.com,
Black, White and Pink vintage invitation from
www.onewed.com



No matter what design elements you choose to incorporate into your invitation’s design, remember to keep the theme of your decorations cohesive. Think about the colors that would best represent your union as a married couple. When planning a wedding, it also is important to keep elements similar, while still utilizing a unique flair. If you are going to be planning a beach wedding, why not keep a bohemian flair while incorporating some jeweled elements? Just remember: this is your big day, and you want to make your dreams come true.


Are you getting married in 2010? Have you found a good designer to design your wedding invitations? CurlyRed, a local graphic design firm designs beautiful work that would lend your wedding invitations an inspired flair.

Why not contact CurlyRed today for a free design consultation? Also visit www.curlyred.com to glance at her portfolio!

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