I love these invitations! I don’t know if it is because they are for a black tie event and I really want to go to one, or if it’s because the wedding is on New Years Eve and I think that’s an amazing way to bring in the year. Either way, I love them. They are sophisticated, and timeless. Moreover, the gold glitter makes them “pop” and the laser cut gate folds add an extra ‘wow’ factor for their guests!
Katherine and Dominic were childhood friends, both having crushed on one another on and off. The couple started officially dating in EIGHTH GRADE! And, get this, they “made it official” on New Years Eve watching fireworks together with both of their families. Then they spent the next 5 years of school together, dating on and off (mostly on) and went to different colleges. In the end, their relationship got stronger while they were apart and they are excited to finally be living in the same city again!
These are a showstopper, huh? From the moment guests open the envelopes they are greeted with the black laser cut gatefold that exudes luxury. The formal script font paired with the strong serif font makes the wedding already feel formal and romantic.
Ultimately, they included “New Years Eve” on both the save the dates and the invitations to make it clear to their guests what day their wedding was. (Monday’s aren’t your typical wedding day). And I love the bow tie they included on their save the dates. It was a great way to show guests what kind of party the wedding is going to be!
The best part of the suite is the gold glitter mounted backers. It really gives guests the “New Years Eve” feel and adds a bit of color and personality to the invitations. If you were having a black tie wedding, what would you want your wedding invitations to look like?