I’m a full believer in celebrating wedding anniversaries – and the bigger the anniversary, the bigger the celebration! Lizzelly from Lizzy B Loves created these Art Deco-inspired invitations for a 40th wedding anniversary party, drawing her inspiration from architectural details from the era. So fun!
From Lizzelly: The design was inspired by the husband’s love of Art Deco architecture, taking inspiration from architectural elements of various Los Angeles buildings and structures. The elongated format of the invitation itself, fitting perfectly into a black linen, #10 policy envelope, also reflects the long structures and slender motifs of the era. The patterns were custom designed for the invitation suite, including the save the date.
The invitation suite was digitally printed to keep costs down, but to add a sense of elegance we incorporated a copper pebble-textured belly band that added a touch of shimmer to the overall design. A custom diamond-shaped logo with deco motifs was created to use as a decorative element on the belly band, on back of the RSVP, and on certain day-of elements.
Each of the cards had a distinct pattern design, with one color combination on the front and an alternating color on the back. The RSVP and save the date envelopes were paired with a metallic copper envelope to tie the whole suite together.
Photo Credits: Lizzy B Loves