Ah, blush and gray. Such a timeless color combination! And so romantic. I actually think blush pink might be the most romantic color of all time – and it pairs well with pretty much any color in the rainbow and every single metallic known on Earth. Add in some gorgeous whimsical calligraphy from Brown Linen Design, elegant lace-inspired blind (no-ink) impression letterpress printed details, and perfectly coordinated vintage postage stamps, and you’ve got yourself a truly stunning invitation suite. Which is exactly what Nichole from Coral Pheasant did with these romantic blush and gray wedding invitations!
From Nichole: Erin and Taylor’s romantic and elegant invitation suite let guests know that this was a celebration not to be missed! Working hand-in-hand with Erin and Stacie Shea Events, we created these beautiful blush and gray wedding invitations with a fresh spin on classic elements.
On the main invitation, angled type and calligraphy by Brown Linen Design are framed with a floral border blind debossed on double thick Crane’s Lettra cotton paper. The thick cotton stock allows the blind impression to be deep and visually prominent – but in a subtle way. Blush envelopes with coordinating vintage stamps add a dash of color. The entire invitation suite was wrapped in delicate lace ribbon inspired by the bride’s gown and veil.
The day-of stationery and paper elements came full circle at the wedding and reception, with design details carried over to the programs, place cards, event signage, blanket wraps and foil stamped menus.
Stationery Design and Styling: Coral Pheasant
Calligraphy: Brown Linen Design
Coral Pheasant is a member of the Designer Rolodex – you can see more of Nichole’s beautiful work right here or visit the real wedding invitations gallery for more invitation inspiration!
Photo Credits: Stationery Photography: Athen
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