How rad are these invitations by Kati Forner for her friends wedding?
This suite was designed for a good friend of mine. Since the wedding is taking place outdoors in Sedona, Arizona we knew we wanted to borrow from the beautiful landscape and pair black and white desert textures with bright, colorful floral overlays. From the start the bride was clear that she did not want a traditional look. We decided that we wanted to do a collage approach for the main invitation and carry that look throughout the other pieces in the suite. Each suite included a main invitation enclosed in a black and white polka dot lined pink envelope, a reply card and pink envelope wrapped together with black and white twine and an information card. Each invitation was closed with a customized black wax seal.
[images from Kati Forner]
I fell in love with these invites from 42pressed as soon as I saw them in my inbox! They’re a perfect combination of graphic awesomeness mixed with utilitarian materials like kraft. And those diagonal elements? A pocket for tucking in all the loose materials!
[images from from 42pressed]
I’m so excited that Precious Bugarin will be stopping by every once in a while to deliver a fabulous new printable for you BB readers…first up is this fun fill-in engagement party invitation! Just print the 5×7 card on whatever paper you like, tho watercolor ink jet paper is whats shown and will probably look best, then fill in with some colored pens or pencils!
[images from Precious Bugarin]
I’m officially obsessed with every single one of Up Up Creative‘s invitations…especially this one!
[images from Up Up Creative] via Invitation Crush
Man, these invitations and save the dates from Precious Bugarin are just so good! Clean, minimal, and just a tad bit of fun!
[images from Preciuos Bugarin]