We’ve put together an inspiring aquamarine collage to help give you some ideas on how to use our antique vintage wedding invitations. This invitation is simple, but a pop of color in the belly band can really tie in your color scheme! Aquamarine in key places, like the invites and stationery, gives your wedding a classic and elegant feel with a light and airy color.
Vintage glass is a great way to incorporate the aquamarine color because it has that blue/green tint of color that makes up aquamarine! Also, tinting lemonade with blue food coloring can really give that light hit of aqua color if the glass isn’t enough. Don’t use too much, or you will have a royal blue wedding!
We’ve got more aquamarine inspiration for you on our Pinterest!
Simple, minimalist and clean perfectly describe these ultra modern wedding invitations. Featuring a bracket and a plus sign, these modern wedding invitations in navy and pink are sure to set the tone for a contemporary, city chic or urban event.
Shown in black, navy blue and blossom pink, these wedding invitations can be customized to any number of ink colors. While a softer pink was used for this particular invite suite, hot pink works just as well for a brighter, more dramatic look. Pink and navy is a winning combination for a contemporary look and these modern wedding invitations certainly exemplify that fact.
An optional invitation wrapper is available to bundle the main wedding invitation along with the enclosure cards and rsvp, creating a neat and finished look. The enclosure cards can be used for any information that will be pertinent to your guests, such as reception details, accommodations, directions, or an activities schedule.
For more information on ordering these modern wedding invitations, check out our main site, Shine Wedding Invitations, or browse our blog for more modern wedding invitation inspiration, navy wedding invitation inspiration, or pink wedding invitation inspiration.
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.
Inspired by our post on these modern pool blue wedding invitations, we thought we would put together a style board to showcase just what you can do with this type of invite! This particular shade of pool blue seems to really go well with a violet tinged pink, as evidenced by how well the bouquet and glass water bottles pair the two colors. We contrasted the square geometric feel of the invite itself with round dots on the cake, to add interest and pattern variation. Pool blue, pink and white is a classy, yet vibrant and romantic palette that is perfect for any spring, summer or destination wedding theme.
For more pool blue wedding inspiration as well as image credits, visit our pool blue Pinterest board.