Angeline was one of the easiest clients we’ve ever worked with! She came in knowing what she wanted and we were able to get everything exactly how she wanted pretty quickly! She went with the thermography printing style (you can find out more information about different printing styles here). And I love when our brides choose different printing methods – it makes everything a lot more fun on my end :). Anyways, we went with a simple look and added in the monogram at the top towards the end of the designing process. Moreover, I really think it brings everything together and gives her guests a little preview of her garden/city vibe she is going with.
Angeline wanted everything done in a dusty blue color to match her wedding colors. She ended up going with the thermography printing style, which really takes her invitations to “the next level”. We put together this mood board to show the soft garden side, give a thermography example, and build around her venue – which can be found in the top right corner!
In Angeline’s initial inquiry she mentioned that she”saw one of our invitations on Pinterest and I love it! So, we’re going for the slate blue color as well and probably the beautiful cursive/calligraphy look you have on these ones. I like florals, textured paper, and letterpress as well, so I’m fairly open. Our wedding is in a piazza style garden at a french restaurant in downtown Los Angeles – Cafe Pinot. Also, the venue is next to an old Art Deco public library and surrounded by Mediterranean-type trees and big buildings. So I want the invitation to kind of match that old world/garden party vibe.”
We played around with a monogram at the top and ended up going with a half laurel wreath with the Los Angeles skyline in between! Everything was printed in a dusty blue toned thermography ink.
Anyways, I hope everyone is enjoying their Sunday! Be sure to tune in next week for our invitation reveal! It will feature a soft lilac & grey floral invitation that I am kind of obsessed with!