Welcome to March! I can’t wait to smell pretty blossoms and see the city in the full bloom. So what better way to start the month than with this blush pink and copper foil floral wedding invite? Beautiful floral design in shades of pale pink paired with green hues will make the perfect combination. And yes… we celebrate Pantone Green as a Colour of the Year as well!
Tanya and Thomas would celebrate their wedding this summer in Edmonton, Canada which gives the warmth personality onto their charming rustic venue. Their wedding would be covered with pretty blooms from white freesias, cream roses, hydrangeas and baby’s breaths. Inspired by the bride’s hand bouquet and flowers galore in their wedding, I custom designed the floral illustrations for their invite. Their suite incorporated the beauty of those flowers, adorned with leafy details from seeded eucalyptus and israeli ruscus as part of their flower arrangements.
The invitation suite featured a reception card, RSVP card and envelope with address labelling. The main card was embellished with the floral design on the top, a beautiful script for both names, the reception date and venue as well as the wedding timeline. This whimsical floral invite was also complemented by the elegant calligraphy font and combined with the traditional roman wording.
I set the tone of invite with blush pink, white and metallic copper colour palette. I thought gold metallic would be too yellow, so I decided to use copper foil element which is more subtle on the floral design, couple’s names and RSVP header to make it stand out. I carried the copper foil through the set of icons to highlight the timeline. The couple loves those cute details!
The floral pattern adorned the back of the reply card. The couple decided to ask for a reply through email as it is more practical nowadays. Moreover, the RSVP was created in matching calligraphy for a unified look.
The reception card was printed on white linen double thick card while the RSVP was printed on a single card and blush pink envelope from the same material. The couple’s names were embossed and stamped with copper foil. It created a beautiful metallic glow as a finishing touch.
To keep the design cohesive, I used the same font combination for labelling address. At the back of the envelope, I added the sender name and address.