Incorporating scripture into your invitation is a nice touch if your faith is an important part of your relationship.
We love using vintage letterpress etchings of plants from old botanical dictionaries. We have just about any flora you would want in our graphics files.
Vintage embellishments were the inspiration for this red, orange, and gold "z-card" invitation.
A hand-drawn wedding invitation, based on a template that is licensed and copyright by Envelopments, Inc. It includes peonies and other flowers. This event was held at the Rock Quarry Farm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
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A fun, botanical rehearsal dinner invitation for a more formal wedding.
A square invitation requires extra postage, but is a clever and imaginative way to express yourselves as a couple.
This is a retro feeling wedding invitation design with floral embellishments.
Put a modern, simple botanical motif on your invitation for a fresh design.
Floral garlands adorn this invitation, inspired by folk art representations of flowers from around the world.
Vintage etchings of dogwood blossoms and Victorian ornaments were used to create this invitation collection for a spring wedding in North Carolina.
A bright color scheme and a floral motif carried throughout the wedding invitations speaks of love.
This is a booklet-style wedding program with an elastic tassel to hold the pages together.
For a couple in the landscape architecture field, vintage fern drawings were used to create custom wedding invitations.
Something as simple as a flower adds flair to any invitation suite.
Consider using the save-the-date card as a moving announcement as well. We normally do photo magnets but small business card magnets are also available if you want to include one with a card.