These vintage wedding invitations with a pink crosshatch pattern are the perfect choice for a classic and timeless wedding. A monogram featuring the initial of the couple’s new last name rests in a beautiful swirl design and each piece of the invitation suite is decorated with a lattice like crosshatch pattern. The pink color of the crosshatch makes for a soft and subtle design element that gives these wedding invitations a unique and attractive look.
While shown in black ink with pink crosshatch, this wedding invitation design can be customized in any ink color. On our main site, it is featured in baby blue (another pastel hue), but bold colors work just as well. The type of vintage look you are going for will determine which accent color you will want to use. We like pastel blues, pinks and greens for a romantic vintage feel (think French countryside, or vintage farm), while red, dark green or charcoal gray works great for urban vintage wedding invitations (imagine a wedding held in a restored 1920′s hotel!).
You can view this invitation in various colors on our blog. Ordering information can be found on our main site, Shine Wedding Invitations.
Using two shades of a similar color (often called “ombre”) can have an absolutely beautiful look for your invitations! These mint and teal wedding invitations are a fantastic example of the gorgeousness that can be achieved by mixing two similar shades of blue-green.
Teal blue was used for both the cursive and block font on these script wedding invitations. The darker tone of the teal was perfect for the type and created a cohesive and classic look for the invitations and corresponding enclosures. The mint was brought in on the belly band, which really tied the suite together. Mint is a bit too light for text, so using it on the band was a great way to work it into the palette.
While these teal wedding invitations use just a single color for all of the type on the stationery, you can certainly use multiple colors if preferred. More examples of our Ravishing Script wedding invitations in different colors can be found on our blog, as well as more script wedding invitations in general.
Enclosures, programs, menus and more are available to match this particular script wedding invitation design. The matching stationery items can be done in teal and mint, or can be done in a complimentary color if needed. For more details and ordering information, check out the Ravishing Script wedding invitations on our main site, Shine Wedding Invitations.
Nothing says summer or spring like bright yellow wedding invitations! If you are looking for a classic statement for your wedding invitations, but would like to add a bit of brightness, these yellow monogram invites are a fantastic choice.
This particular yellow wedding invitation suite is show in our golden yellow ink option with black type. We have a variety of yellows available, including an antique gold (a brassy yellow tone) and canary yellow (a light buttery tone).
Although gorgeous in yellow, this wedding invitation can be done in any number of color combinations. We just love the simplicity of black text with a colorful logo and belly band to bundle everything. You can view our Medallion Monogram wedding invitation suite in different colors right here on our blog.
The intricate and classic monogram featured on each piece showcases a script capital letter representing the couple’s new last name. This invitation can also be done with double initials to represent the bride and groom’s first names if preferred.
For ordering information, check out the Medallion Monogram wedding invitations product page on our main site, Shine Wedding Invitations.
Pink doesn’t always have to be feminine! These ultra modern fuchsia wedding invitations are the perfect example of that. Paired with charcoal gray as the accent color, the fuchsia on this invitation becomes more of a bright and festive color statement rather than a typically feminine pink.
Printed on thick, white shimmer cardstock, these fuchsia wedding invitations are clean, modern and bright. Seen in person, they really make an impact and are a great way to set the tone for a fun, contemporary wedding. This invite has optional enclosure cards and the border colors can be alternated for a really standout look when the suite is bundled together.
This invitation design doesn’t have to be in fuchsia and gray – it can actually be done in any combination of colors. More pictures of our Modern Logo wedding invitations in different colors can be seen on our blog, and ordering information can be found on Shine Wedding Invitations.
If you are interested in seeing more pink wedding invitations, then keep browsing on our blog!