I love this modern approach to fireworks-inspired wedding invitations from Brooke at Paper & Parcel for a 4th of July weekend wedding! Brooke mixed classic colors (navy and red) and beautiful typography with a modern firework motif to get the light hearted vibe that the bride and groom wanted. And those vintage stamps?? Perfect for this holiday weekend wedding!
From Brooke: Anne and Casey came to me with a very specific vision. They were married on July 3rd at 501 Union in Brooklyn, New York. Their wedding was fun, light-hearted and a true celebration of this special moment in their lives. They envisioned an urban rustic feel to their invitations with a nod to the holiday but without the flags and presidents. Together we came up with the idea of an abstract, modern firework motif with elegant typography.
The invitation was letterpress printed on thick 220# Crane Lettra Ecru cotton paper in navy and red ink. We carried the firework motif and typography into the reply card which was flat printed on 110# Cane Lettra Ecru. A cross-hatch liner complimented the kraft paper envelopes. It was so much fun designing this simple, elegant but whimsical invitation suite for a fabulous couple!
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Photo Credits: Paper & Parcel
Thanks for the feature, Nole!
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