Amy + Doug’s Western Romance Lace-Inspired Wedding Invitations

Amy and Doug wanted wedding invitations that reflected their romantic and rustic wedding style while also maintaining a certain level of formality and sophistication.  They worked with the team at Lucky Luxe Couture Correspondence to create a beautiful lace-inspired invitation suite that incorporates traditional but non-fussy wording and envelope liners made from vintage floral wallpaper.  So pretty!

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From Erin at Lucky Luxe Couture Correspondence: Amy told us that she was planning a romantic western wedding overlooking Glacier National Park, with a wooden barn and log lodge as backdrops.  The wedding weekend will start with a kitschy Western theme rehearsal dinner, followed by a more formal and refined wedding with rustic linen and lace.

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We imagined homemade cotton dresses, lace, and simple fonts without any fussy language.  The envelope liners are made from vintage floral wallpaper in shades of blue, peach, and cream.

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We created handkerchief save the dates for the wedding with kraft paper envelopes, and since Amy was looking for something a little more refined but nothing too traditional, we used a metallic sand-colored envelope that looks like kraft paper’s glamorous sister for her invitation suite.

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We used vintage eyelash lace to create the artwork used throughout the suite and printed in robin’s egg blue and subtle metallic bronze on 100% cotton ecru paper.  The small floral icons are from a circa-1900 cookbook that tie in with the vintage envelope liners.

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Thanks so much Erin!

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  1. I’m curious about the reply cards…are they really blank? Do you just leave a note regarding your attendance? I love the idea, but I’m afraid it wouldn’t go over well with most invitees not knowing what to do with the card…

  2. Hi Jenn – Yep! Historically, an RSVP card was a totally blank card with a pre-addressed envelope back to the wedding host, leaving it up to the guests to indicate whether they were accepting or declining the wedding invitation with a short note to the host. It’s only in the last couple of decades that we’ve started to include additional lines and boxes for folks to check off. Blank RSVP cards are still very much appropriate for formal weddings, and most guests do figure out what to do with the card – plus you get some really fun and interesting responses!

  3. I’m lucky enough to be going to Amy’s wedding!!! The “save the date” is amazing(on my refrigerator right now).
    Beautiful job! Can’t wait to recieve mine!!

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