Post # 1
Humour me! I know people dont care what your invites look like but i do! 🙂 Our colours are blush and navy. I’m ordering beautiful blush pocketfolds to glue the invite to and hold the rest of the info/rsvy cards. I’ll attach a pinterest inspiration photo…
Now we’ve narrowed our picks to the top three… But my fiance think the middle one might be to plain but he has a hard time picturing it with the pockedfold… Anything in yellow would be printed with gold foil
Post # 2
I like the first one best, but I dont think it really fits a theme of blush and navy. Second choice would be the second one, I don’t see plain, I see elegant and classy. I dont like the last one at all.
Post # 3
thanks! I’m torn between the first and second…I also dont like the thid but thats my fiances choice hahaha
Yeah i know the green one isnt with that theme but i shouldve mentioned we have a ton of greenery in our wedding too!
Thanks for your input 🙂
Post # 4
I would do the second but use navy writing if possible
Post # 5
The first one is pretty, but the middle one is closest to a traditional wedding invitation. Personally, I prefer simple and understated with no graphics.
Post # 6
If the last one can have the printed in the navy and gold then I think that’s great otherwise simple middle one is classic
Post # 7
l like the middle one, very classy. The first is nice too, in a slightly fussier way.
l don’t like the faux vintage look of the the third, too cluttered.
Post # 9
I voted middle, but the middle and right one both seem to fit the aesthetic you are looking for. The left one doesnt seem to fit your theme at all
Post # 10
Middle design for sure! Though I’m assuming you’ll have it printed horizontal if you’re doing a pocketfold? If you want it to be classic consider going with the middle invitation, have belly bands or an inner envelope, and then a formal outer envelope!
Post # 11
I love the second one (i.e. the middle one)!
Post # 12
- Wedding: July 2020 - City, State
Second one is by far my favorite!