Post # 1
I am getting married in May next year in New York, more specifically Times Square. It’s black tie and the venue is the second oldest theatre in New York. The venue is gorgeous and requires very little decore. It really speaks for itself with its lush red curtains, huge stage and vintage tiffany glass dome chandeliers.
My fiance and I look everyday for invites but haven’t had much luck, I found a coulpe of designs on Etsy but no response from the sellers 🙁
We are thinking New york skyline, Times Sqaure, Broadway, fun, not too cheesy. Can any fellow bee please help me! They could be black/white or colorful.
Thanks in advance everyone 🙂
Post # 3
- Wedding: October 2013 - The Down Town Club, Philadelphia
Well, this isn’t a skyline, but these fit the bill otherwise…
Also, a lot of Etsy sellers are either off for the holidays, so maybe that’s why you haven’t heard back from them?
Post # 4
Ohhh fun, can I come? 🙂
Ceci New York is amazing.
They have customizable NYC invitaion suites, or you can get a completely original design, too.
Post # 5
@Reeniero: thanks so much!
Post # 6
I’m curious what you ended up going with? I’m also getting married in May, in Jersey City (our venue is right on the water so everyone will see the manhattan skyline) and have been searching for skyline invitations. Of course I want to be picky and also have our colors (blush and metallic gold) which has been hard to find (specifically finding invitations that have metallic gold in them!)
Post # 7
I just got a card template from SomethingPrintable (etsy) for my save the dates. I have asked her about custom invites as well and she is able to do customized work. You may want to check her out. She was really fast in responding and providing the template. Like I got it in the morning and as of now, I already got my prints sent to the printer.
Hope this helps.
Post # 8
@Naomimperez: I really like this ne from paparless post, it jas a New Yrok skyline in it, and I think the sketchy style makes it more fun.
I thought you’d lile these ones I found on the knot, they’re in the style of vintage travel posters. They are postcards but I thought that would be really unique, amd you could aoways buy emvelopes if you wanted.