My most recent invitation adventure took me back to metallic paper. I love it...and not just because it's shiny. Metallic paper has such an elegant style and look that it's difficult to not feel fancy when holding it in your hand.
The paper is crisp with a velvety touch and it prints beautifully. There are many sleek lines to accentuate the pops of red and to keep your eye moving in the proper direction.
Matching envelopes were printed for a consistent look throughout the guest's entire invitation experience. A specific script font was used for the Bride and Groom's name to be used as their 'stamp.'
Every aspect of these invitations was created in intricate detail, from the font to the image of the wedding day flower: the rose, which was the main focus of the entire package. The entire pocketfold invitation was sealed with a pearl rose sticker to continue the theme. The final outcome brings a formal, yet fun attitude that will offer a glimpse into the lives of the Bride and Groom as well as the entire wedding day's styles. (Details have been blurred for privacy)