Post # 1
If anyone can help. I finally have decided on a color pallete that I just love. Raspberry and Aqua. And was surprised to find out that it was on the knot for the hot new color schemes, yay!! Now I can’t find invitations to match 🙁 can anyone help?
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2018 - The Desmond Hotel in Malvern, PA
On Wedding Paper Divas, you can customize your colors for $20. If you’re looking for a color scheme outside of what they offer for a particular design, just click the "Product Color" tab on the right and choose "Custom Color." You can either choose from what they have shown in the swatches, or you can call them to discuss what you’re looking for with a design specialist.
Post # 4
I am having a hard time finding invitation kits in my colors as well. I am planning on making them so I thought it’d be easier. I decided that I’m probably going to have to use scrapbook paper.
Post # 5
I had my invites (and she’s working on all printed products) designed by a seller on etsy. I just got my invite first draft yesterday and i cried it is so much better than I could have imagined. go to etsy and type in wedding invitation and see what’s available. I didn’t find any I liked as is (many will change colors at no cost) but found a seller I liked and she’s designing them for a small fee- (ex: invites were $25) and then I’m having them printed myself. It was nice too because you can personalize EVERYTHING. NO ONE will have my invite!!! PM me if you want to know more info, if you’ve never used etsy, or if you want to know the designer’s info.
Post # 6
@Blndi – Did you ever find the perfect invites in your color scheme?
Post # 7
I couldn’t find invitations to match mine either (aubergine and sage) so I went to mygatsby.com where you can customize your invitations, colors and all.
Post # 8
Why can’t you do a white invitation with:
(1) raspberry AND aqua ink
(2) raspberry ink with an aqua envelope liner, or vice versa.
Post # 9
Most professional invite companies will allow you to customize your colours (usually for a fee). Otherwise, your options are pure DIY (it’s simple enough to buy cardstock, pens, ink pads, and ribbon in the colours you want), or designing them digitally and going through a company like Kinko’s or Staples to get them printed.
Staples also has wedding invite templates, a couple of which would be fine for your colour scheme (I like the ones where you substitute your own picture — you guys could dress up in aqua and raspberry), and best of all you can get an entire matching suite (invites, RSVPs, thank-you cards, favour tags, bookmarks, etc.) for pretty cheap. And if you spend over a certain amount, you get a free digital picture frame.