These gorgeous wedding invitations in pink and gray are the perfect combination of luxe romance and contemporary design. The soft gray and light pink color on the borders is the ultimate palette for an upscale wedding invitation.
Our Modern Initials wedding invitation incorporates multiple design elements such as a monogram, borders, thin lines and script to create a modern yet delicate look. By using color, you can totally change the look of this design from soft and sophisticated to bold and modern. We absolutely love the ethereal feel of pink and gray, but this wedding invite can take on a variety of looks and styles with just a simple change to the color palette.
While the bold borders on this wedding invitation act as their own focal point, we also love pairing it with a patterned envelope liner. This particular couple chose a pink liner with vertical stripes, a nice compliment to the stripe like borders. Although shown in pink, using gray for the liner would have had a similarly nice look, while making the suite a bit more masculine.
As shown in the last picture, multiple enclosures and options are available for our Modern Initials wedding invitation suite. From guest and return addressing to invitation wrappers, liners and enclosures, you can customize your order to fit your particular needs and budget. Get started on your order or continue perusing our blog for more wedding invitation ideas!
Purple has been all the rage this year and for good reason! We are absolutely loving these whimsical wedding invitations in a combination of orchid purple and amethyst. The marriage of purples is sweet, romantic and contemporary… and we are head over heels.
This particular wedding invite lends itself very well to using multiple hues of purple. The stacked names are perfect for creating a sort of ombre effect by using two different shades of purple on top of each other. In the following pictures you will see that this particular client loved purple so much that they added an eggplant hue at the bottom of the invitation for yet another point of interest. The light purple striped envelope liner really brings things together.
The invitation wrapper for this wedding invitation design is done in a solid color with knockout writing, which really adds to the impact of the purple hues. Between the wrapper, envelope liner and whimsical script font used for the heading text, this invite has just the right amount of design elements to create a pretty yet modern wedding invitation package.
If you are looking for modern purple wedding invitations that are whimsical, romantic and tasteful, then this your design. For ordering information, check out the Modern Whimsy wedding invitation page on our website, or continuing browsing our blog for more purple wedding invitations and purple wedding inspiration.
Aquamarine is perfect for just about every wedding type! From upscale city weddings to intimate beach ceremonies, aquamarine can be used to create a feeling that is light, yet chic. We love the versatility of aquamarine! Mix with neutrals like ivory and charcoal for a sophisticated look, or pair with peach or yellow for a bright, playful theme! Here’s a bit of our favorite aquamarine wedding inspiration.
Used in our Antique Monogram design, aquamarine brightens up this design without being too overpowering. Add a pop of color to your suite with our aquamarine belly bands and liners!
For more details and pricing on our Antique Monogram wedding invitations, visit our main site: shineweddinginvitations.com. You can find more aquamarine wedding inspiration on our blog and pinterest pages!
Rather than using a single, monochromatic shade of purple for your wedding, we think that using shades of purple creates a much more modern and contemporary look! Inspired by our post on these two toned modern purple wedding invitations, we put together a little purple wedding inspiration taken from our purple wedding board on Pinterest.
While we love the multiple shades of purple used on our Modern Luxe wedding invites (this set featured was done in amethyst, grape and eggplant), doing multiple shades of purple also works very well in the flower bouquets and centerpieces, along with the pretty ombre wedding cake above. In addition to using multiple hues of violet on individual items, you can also break things up by highlighting different shades of purple in different parts of your decor. The lilac flats featured above really strike a bold contrast against the vibrant grape chocolate pastries.
Because the first preview of your big day starts with the wedding invitations, your stationery is an excellent jumping off point for your overall color palette. Don’t be afraid to play with color, you might be surprised at the fun combinations you can come up with!