I love it when couples do something unexpected for their wedding invitations! Instead of going for a typical rustic design for their vineyard wedding, Ashley and Anthony chose a gray, white, and poppy red color palette and folk art-inspired floral details for their wedding invitations. Created by Emily and Anna of Paper Moss, the final design features gray paper paired with white foil printing and a pop of color in the envelope liner. So fun!
From Emily and Anna: Ashley and Anthony wanted something unconventional for their rustic wedding invitations. With a vineyard wedding and wedding colors of gray, poppy, and white, we jumped at the opportunity to use a gray stock as a base. Challenged with keeping the all gray invitation suite from feeling too dark, we chose a softer textured paper and added contrast with hot white foil printing.
Inspired by folk art floral patterns, we brought in a floral motif to almost all the pieces but most prominent in the bright and happy poppy-colored envelope liner, and matching custom postage. In order to stay true to the romantic and rustic feel they were going for, we made sure to work with elegant fonts, along with floral art that had a hand-drawn feel.
Ashley and Anthony loved the idea of a small booklet for their “Schedule of Events” held together by a mini belly band. To capitalize on this cute addition, we introduced a soft white stock with gray letterpress ink. This also complimented the address wrap labels around the envelopes!
Photo Credits: Ruth Eileen Photography