Oh my goodness. I am SO excited to finally be able to share these peach, navy, and mint wedding invitations with you today! I feel like this design was 100% spot-on for Jessi and Joseph's wedding this past Saturday at 511 Palafox from the moment we first started working on it. For their wedding, I provided both planning services and also designed all of their wedding day paper. You will have to wait until the images from Cook Images are ready to show details of their wedding day and all of the pieces that were created, but this is a small sneak peek of the main designs that we created together: their wedding invitations, programs, and one of my favorite gold foil details, their reserved signs.
We started working together on their wedding invitation designs five months before their wedding day, and from the moment I heard Jessi's paper thoughts for her wedding and what she wanted to incorporate, I knew that she needed a bold floral design that was just a tad whimsical, but still had a touch of romance mixed into it as well. So, I designed a custom pattern incorporating her main colors of mint, navy, and peachy coral and built her suite from there. That is correct ... the pattern you see now started out as individual flowers that were each placed by one by one to create their design. I absolutely love the way it turned out!
After the pattern was finalized, I created a custom envelope liner and incorporated the pattern onto the back of the invitation, with the first letters of their names creating an additional personalized touch. Jessi knew from the beginning that she wanted to use my first font I fell in love with to design with, and so that was fantastic for me, as I'll design pretties with this font every chance I get! After that, a mini floral collection was designed that we used on the back of the RSVP cards and coordinating versions of it were used on the mailing envelopes, rsvp envelopes, and the wedding programs.
The reserved signs are one of my favorite day-of details, along with a few additional gold foiled beauties that are not pictured here (if you'd like to see them, scroll through my recent Instagram feed!) We incorporated the same floral pattern on the front and the back so that it blended perfectly with the floral theme used throughout the wedding day.
Overall, these are quite possibly my favorite invitation suite to date yet ... the florals were such a creative pattern that I think made everything tie in together really well, and I loved the way it all turned out.
Stay tuned for a sneak peek of photos from Jessi and Joseph's wedding day that go along with these beauties. If you'd like to learn more about how their wedding plans were going before their day arrived, read their Love Story here! I hope to "see" you here again next Wednesday at noon!
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