Happy Friday and I hope you all have a fantastic weakend ahead of you! This is certainly a busy weekend for summer weddings. A few of my customers have this color scheme for their wedding: silver and cream…..with a vintage and rustic feeling. I think it is so soft and pretty. I hope you enjoy my wedding inspiration.
P.S….all of these items are from Etsy shops!
Stamped silver vintage forks: Milk and Honey luxuries
Silver jeweled dress sash: New Bride Co
Burlap ring pillow: Wedding Lab
Cream and silver deco vintage letterpress wedding invitation: Sofia Invitations
Crystal cream and silver bouquet: Colorful Dreams for You
Cream flower French veil: Butters Market
Here is a letterpress invitation order that I mailed out today! It is for a beautiful low-country wedding on Kiawah Island, South Carolina/
Over the next month I will be rolling out 4 or 5 new letterpress invitation designs. I am excited to show you the first! This letterpress invitation features a pretty modern script font. It can be printed in one or two colors, and the colors can be customized to match your wedding at no additional cost. This design looks great printed on white or cream stock. You can learn more about ordering this invitation suite for your wedding in the Sofia Invitations Etsy shop. Oh, and if you are on a tight budget….it is also available to be digitally printed!
Orange is projected to be a hot 2013 wedding color. I think orange looks beautiful with cream (champagne) colors. Check out my wedding board, I hope it gets you inspired!
Orange and Cream Flowers: Aqua Fusion
Orange and Cream Wedding Invitation: Sofia Invitations
Orange Dip Dyed Wedding Dress: Glitter Weddings Blog
Orange and Cream Cake: Curly Girl Kitchen
Orange and Cream Clutch: Fallen Sparrow
Orange and Cream Ring Pillow: 540 Mercantile
Orange and Cream Heel Clips: Brydferth
Last week I printed a new letterpress invitation design, which I custom created for a couple in Australia. I am so happy with the results. On Thursday I will show you pictures of the final product, but for now…check out these process shots (showing the printing plate and the sketch).