Looking for some fun and modern wedding invitation inspiration with a twist? We’re loving these pastel mudcloth inspired wedding invitations from Taryn of Twinkle & Toast! Taryn mixed bohemian mudcloth inspired patterns with a non-traditional color palette of lavender, mauve, and dusty rose. Crisp white address stickers on colorful envelopes in shades of pink add a fun and modern touch to this modern bohemian beauty!
From Taryn: Katie and Dylan were planning a summer wedding with around 300 guests. The bride loved feminine colors of lavender and blush and our brilliant event designer, Aly of Luna Wild Design, wanted to put an unexpected twist on this color concept. For the purples and pinks we went with dusty rose, mauve, and lavender. This color palette was fused with something modern and bohemian: bold black on bone hues, with funky mudcloth touches everywhere.
The main invitation was letterpress printed in deep black ink on a 130# toothy lavender paper stock. The accompanying inserts were printed on a smooth ivory paper to give a little bit of softness. We incorporated custom hand drawn mudcloth details on the main invitation, RSVP card, and envelopes. To make things extra bold, all design and text was done in black ink and we created custom spot calligraphy combined with a clean sans serif font.
There were two different dusty rose shades used for the envelopes: a darker mauve pink for the main envelope, and a lighter rosy hue for the RSVP envelope. To do something a little different, we created address label wraps for the main envelopes. This was black ink printed on an ivory smooth adhesive paper, custom cut to size. The front side displayed guest addresses, centered to the bottom right, and wrapped around with the return address. These were both a clean, modern accent and a very cost-effective solution for sending out close to 300 invitations!
Overall their suite really captured the essence of their feminine, youthful, bold, modern, bohemian August wedding day. The varying shades of dusty rose were such a hit this year, and the refreshing bold mudcloth spin gave it something new and exciting!
Photo Credits: Jenna Joseph