Erin + David’s Rustic Pink + Burlap Wedding Invitations

Oooh… these burlap wedding invitations from Amanda at The Blue Envelope in southern Indiana are just way too cute.  Of course I love the texture from the burlap and stitching details, but I’m also loving the mason jar save the date, western typography selections, and hand painted details.


From Amanda: One of our most recent brides, Erin, is getting married at Claxton Farms in Weaverville North Carolina.  The couple is getting married in a barn and is keeping everything in their wedding very rustic and down to earth.  Erin is using all different shades of pink as her wedding colors.

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At The Blue Envelope we enjoy creating things very different and out of the ordinary. When the bride told us she was going to be using burlap as part of her wedding décor we thought it would be perfect to use in her invitations!  The bride requested something different and unique but still wanted to reflect that sense of elegance to her guests.



The burlap was sewn together and fused with a piece of pellon to give it a stiffer feel, more like a regular piece of cardstock. Each piece was hand sewn and each monogram was hand painted.  We love how these turned out and the different approach to a normal wedding invitation.


So beautiful!  Thank you so much, Amanda, for sharing these invitations with us!

Photo Credit: Chris Berneking

  1. Gorgeous invitations!!! The save the date is adorable!!! Love the colors and the style.
    Laura xoxo

  2. I love the save-the-date. The whole set is so creative and wonderful.

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  4. Amanda: I just have to tell you that I have received compliment after compliment on the invites you designed for our garden engagement party! The invitations are so fitting for the event with the burlap and stitching in the event colors and unusual and unique. Additionally, I want to thank you for your help and patience; you were a dream to work with when I could not figure out what it was I wanted you listened and figured it out. It’s like the invitations have set the tone for the celebration and could not be more perfect. Thank you again. Pam

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