Preppy Palm Beach Wedding Stationery Inspiration

Happy Monday everyone! We’re experiencing yet another winter storm here in DC, so I’m excited to start the week off with some colorful wedding invitation inspiration from Nichole at Coral Pheasant! Inspired herself by the playful vibe of Palm Beach, these invitations feature brush style lettering from Moira Ink and lots of pineapples. So fun!


From Nichole: Punchy colors, pineapples and a preppy chic Palm Beach vibe were the inspiration behind this invitation. I asked Jenny of Moira Ink to create playful brush style lettering that I incorporated into the suite and signage. Striking envelopes with bold edge coloring were paired with a pineapple patterned envelope liner.



This same pattern was used to create custom fabric that became matching napkins and a bow tie for the groom – a great and unexpected way to carry this design element throughout, creating a really cohesive experience. (Something to think about all you brides-to-be!) A laser cut pineapple belly band repeated the motif and held all the pieces together. Laser cutting was also used to create the front of the wedding program and mini laser cut pineapples adorned cute cupcakes.





One of my favorite elements were the pineapple welcome bags. Treats for the guests included tropical trail mix and a pineapple upside down cake shot! Little pineapple juice cans were wrapped in coordinating labels and a recipe card provided illustrated instructions. The instructions were tucked into a polka dot bag and affixed to the welcome letter. I don’t know about you, but I’d love to be on the receiving end of this cute package – and I’d be super stoked for the wedding!




Thanks Nichole!

Stationery Design: Coral Pheasant

Calligraphy: Moira Ink

Event Design/Coordination: Jubilee Events

Floral Design: Diane Gaudette Custom Floral Designs

Confections: Sweet Maria’s Bakery

Check out the Designer Rolodex for more tal­ented wed­ding invi­ta­tion design­ers and the real invi­ta­tions gallery for more wedding invitation ideas!

Photo Credits: Stationery photography by Coral Pheasant, detail photography by Carla Ten Eyck Photography

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