Dallas and Joe were such a fun couple to work with. In an earlier post I mentioned that couples were incorporating more black into their weddings (like this one and this one too). Dallas and Joe really wanted colorful yet dark winter wedding invitations. And when she saw this suite I had created for a TAWP styled shoot the year prior, she exclaimed “yes! That’s exactly it!” And so, we customized the suite for their special day.
Dark Winter Wedding invitations
I originally created these dark winter wedding invitations for a styled shoot, which you can see more of that gorgeousness of here in this post. And it was featured in Tallahassee Weddings magazine, which is where she saw it.
Gold foil is a highly requested detail many of my custom wedding invitation clients ask about. And I always include two options in estimates: one with actual gold foil (which is four times as expensive) and one with a gold foil look. As someone with champagne tastes but a beer budget, I know the struggle is real. So for Dallas and Joe’s dark winter wedding invitations, we decided the gold foil look was better suited for their needs.
Moody and Colorful Winter Wedding Invitations
Dallas requested to customize the florals on the invitation so I found gorgeous, deep red and purple anemone flowers for the background. Against the black, and paired with the gold foil look, the anemones made these moody and colorful winter wedding invitations really pop!
Instead of a standard size Details card, they opted for a business card size Registry card, with just simply their website link. The RSVP card was the same purple as their envelopes and also featured the gold foil look text. We paired that with a black envelope. I LOVE love love when clients mix and match envelope colors! It’s such a fun and easy way to incorporate more of your colors.