Yes way, rosé! These bohemian hot pink watercolor wedding invitations by Kacey Munson of Hoopla Love feature funky hand lettering, hot pink watercolor washes, and an abstract floral painting. So fun!
From Kacey: When Nia contacted me about creating a bold and colorful suite for her “Rustic Bohemian” October wedding, I was thrilled. It’s not every day that a bride requests hot pink watercolor washes and messy hand painted lettering for her invitations, but it’s just the kind of style that I love to work with. I started with a watercolor floral painting that I digitally edited to create an edgy abstract look and we used that as the border for her save the date.
The focal point of the floral art was shades of pinks from blush to hot pink, with some pops of more rustic tones, like ivory, grays, greens and wine tones to contrast. Paired with black painted freehand lettering and a kraft envelope, it really captured the rustic boho look.
When someone asks me to create a whole coordinating suite including a save the date, I typically start with one central design or artistic element and try to carry the look throughout the rest of the suite – without being too repetitive or matchy- matchy. These invitations were designed around the abstract floral of the save the dates, and the pattern was incorporated in the RSVP postcard and wedding details card.
The pink ombré watercolor wash in the invitation card looks so crisp and striking when paired with black painted lettering – it might be my favorite element of the suite. The RSVP postcard really ties the entire suite together, combining both the abstract floral design and watercolor wash in subtle, different ways on each side of the card.
I always say that invitations are so important because it gives guests an idea of the look and vibe of the celebration. Nia and Adam’s fun, colorful, edgy and unique invitations almost had me asking if I could come to the wedding, too!
Design: Hoopla Love
Photo Credits: Hoopla Love