Okay, so maybe our polka dot obsession is a bit out of hand, but how cute are these modern vintage wedding invitations with a charcoal polka dot belly band?! These Urban Vintage wedding invitations feature a classic block font and a romantic script to create the perfect balance between modern and antique. The charcoal polka dot belly band adds the perfect whimsical element to these modern monogram wedding invitations.
Shown in black ink with a solid charcoal gray envelope liner and a charcoal polka dot belly wrap, but can be customized to any of our Shine color swatches. If you want to incorporate pattern, but don’t want an envelope liner you can add any of our envelope patterns to our belly bands! Our Urban Vintage suite also has matching day of accessories!
For more information about our Urban Vintage wedding invitations on our main site, Shine Wedding Invitations. Also, browse our blog for more urban wedding invitations and get inspired!
Pink + Gray is a color combination that will always remain a classic. This soft and romantic duo is perfect for a garden soiree, barn wedding, or a vintage church ceremony! We paired a gorgeous blush pink dress with peonies and cute chalkboard signs to create the perfect romantic charcoal + blossom wedding inspiration!
Complete the look with our Script Elegance + Garden Script hybrid wedding invitations. These timeless wedding invitations feature a classic script font highlighting the couple’s names. A true classic that will stand the test of time! Shown in charcoal ink with a striped blossom pink envelope liner – this classic wedding invitation is romantic and a bit whimsical!
For ordering information please visit our Garden Script or Script Elegance wedding invitation page on our main site, Shine Wedding Invitations. Feel free to browse our blog for more garden wedding inspiration and our Pinterest page for more pink wedding inspiration!
Photo Credit: Blush Gown: Super Panda Presents and Ian Gacutan Photography via Bride and Breakfast | Drink Menu: Jen Huang Photography | Groom: Ben Christensen via Oncewed | Bridesmaid: Jose Villa |
Romantic, vintage, and glamorous, these typography wedding invitations are perfect for your elegant wedding day! Our Vintage Glam wedding invitation suite features large names in an elegant, yet retro script font. These vintage typography wedding invitations truly are a timeless twist on classic wedding invitation design.
Complete your Vintage Glam wedding invitation suite with matching enclosures and addressing options. Add a bit of color to these glamorous wedding invitations with our coordinating belly bands and new envelope liners! Shown in black ink, and a charcoal scalloped liner (as well as a silver polka dot liner) these invitations can be customized in any of our Shine color swatches and patterns!
Learn more about our Vintage Glam wedding invitations as well as our other glamorous wedding invitations on our main page, Shine Wedding Invitations. Visit our blog for more Vintage Glam wedding inspiration!
See a wedding invitation you like, but not your wedding colors? Don’t worry! Here at Shine, we offer all of our wedding invitation designs in a variety of colors that are sure to match your color palette! You will work one on one with a designer who will make sure your invitations are perfect! Not sure how to incorporate your colors? Our designers will also assist you in deciding the best way to create a cohesive look.
Use black or or aqua to create a bold statement for your contemporary wedding! Choose peach or lilac for a more romantic wedding or navy and silver for your sophisticated day! Our Flowing Script wedding suite is fully customizable to any color in our Shine color swatches! This suite has optional response cards, small and large enclosures, guest addressing options, including matching save the dates, programs, place cards, menus and thank yous!
Black, aqua, blush, peach, mint, navy… the possibilities are endless! All of our wedding invitations are customizable to your wording and wedding color palette! Take a look at the colors we offer below: