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Vintage Glam Wedding Invitations in Pink

By Ashlea

Pink Glam wedding invitations with stripes Glamorous Wedding Invitations in blossom light pink

Add a little pink to your color palette with these glamorous wedding invitations! This couple took our Vintage Glam wedding invitations and added a blossom pink striped envelope liner and a pink wrapper. To complete their cohesive look, this Bride and Groom added text in blossom pink to each of their pieces in their suite. Just by adding small touches, this vintage wedding invitation became unique to this couple’s special day.

Vintage Pink and Black Wedding Invitations Pink striped vintage wedding invitations

Shown in black ink and blossom pink accents, but can be customized to any of our Shine color swatches. The Vintage Glam wedding invitation design also has matching enclosures for all your wedding details, as well as addressing options and day of accessories to complete the suite. thank you cards, menus, programs, and table numbers.

Vintage Glam wedding invitations in pink and black

Find out more about our Vintage Glam wedding invitations on our main page, Shine Wedding Invitations. Browse our blog for more vintage glam wedding ideas, or visit our Pinterest page to see our favorite pink pins.

Pink Script Wedding Invitations

By Ashlea

Script Wedding Invitations in Pink Pink elegant wedding invitations

The most classic and elegant wedding invitation design gets a soft romantic makeover! Our gorgeous Script Elegance wedding invitations in blossom pink are so darling and delicate. The Bride and Groom’s names just look stunning in our elegant script type, don’t you think?

Elegant Wedding Invitations Pink striped wedding invitations

These elegant wedding invitations feature a gorgeous flowing script font to highlight the bride and grooms names and is continued throughout the response card and matching enclosures. Shown in charcoal ink with a blossom pink striped envelope liner, but can be customized to any one of our Shine colors. As seen in the image above, we also offer matching day-of accessories such as table numbers, menus, and thank you cards in our classic Script Elegance design.

Elegant Wedding Invitations

Find out more about our Script Elegance wedding invitations on our main site Shine Wedding Invitations. Browse our blog for more variations of our script elegance wedding invitation designs!

Ornate + Elegant Wedding Invitations in Black and White

By Ashlea

Elegant monogram wedding invitations Black and white engravers monogram wedding invitations

Engraver’s type makes a bold statement on these classic and upscale wedding invitations, paired with a delicate font, making them perfect for a vintage black tie wedding. The soft yet masculine monogram featured throughout this elegant wedding invitation suite is the perfect touch of classiness.

Black and White elegant wedding invitationsClassic and elegant wedding invitations

Shown in black ink with a sleek silver polka dot liner and white belly band, these Ornate Elegance wedding invitations are vintage as its finest. Add a pop of color with an envelope liner or belly band for a whimsical feel or stick with black and white for the ultimate black tie affair. These ornate wedding invitations come with matching day-of accessories including save the dates, menus, thank you cards, place cards, and programs!

Monogram wedding invitations with engravers type

Learn more about our Ornate Elegance wedding invitations on our main page, Shine Wedding Invitations. Browse our blog for more elegant wedding invitations or visit our Pinterest page for more black and white wedding inspiration!

Wedding Invitation Wording

By Ashlea

Wedding Invitation wording can be so daunting. What do you include? How do you say it? We have all the answers right here!

Wedding Invitations Wording

1. WHO IS HOSTING?

The invitation traditionally begins with an introduction indicating who is hosting the wedding. Which may be the brides parents, grooms parents, a combination of the bride and groom and their families or the couple themselves.

Formal:

Request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter

Non-Tradtional:

Request the pleasure of your company

One set of parents:

Mr. and Mrs. James Ford
Request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter

 

Both sets of parents:

Mr. and Mrs. James Ford
along with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bradbury
Cordially invite you to attend the marriage of their children

Divorced Parents:

Ms. Taylor Ford Guessler
Mr. James Ford
Request the presence at the marriage of their daughter

 

Couple + Family/ Bride + Groom:

Together With Their Families

Anna and Alexander
invite you to share with them
in the joy of their wedding

Anna and Alexander
Request the pleasure of your company

2. BRIDE AND GROOMS NAMES

The Bride and Grooms name will appear after the introduction and is usually larger in type. There are several ways to write out your names. If it’s a formal invitation and/or both set of parents are hosting, then the Bride and Groom with have their first and middle names with no last name. If the couple is hosting, then both first and last names are used – middle name is totally optional.

3. THE DETAILS

The month, day, year and time are all included in the details as well as the location. Traditionally, everything from the month to the time is spelled out.

Saturday, August Eighth, Two Thousand Fifteen
Six O’Clock in the Evening

Belhurst Castle
4069 W Lake Rd – Geneva, New York

4. RECEPTION INFORMATION

The last line of the wedding invitations indicates what is to follow the ceremony. To keep things short and sweet, couples tend to add “Dinner and Dancing to follow”. If the reception is at a different place, a small or large enclosure is used for all of the additional information.

 

Be sure to keep a look out for upcoming posts on Response Card wording!