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.
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