This pretty wedding invitation suite for an end of the year winter wedding was designed by Peter Loves Jane: The bride was so sweet and easy to work with, which is always a pleasure. She had a sophisticated color palette of a mild robin’s egg blue, “gilver” (a great term coined by her event planner, Andi Saxton of Sego, to mean in between gold and silver!) ivory, and worn wood tones. Robin, the bride, wanted to play on her name in a fun, but not overdone, way. We incorporated a little bird and branch graphic into her invitations, and carried the same design through into her day of paper goods.
The weathered wood grain background was one of my favorite elements of the suite. It adds a lovely texture and nods to the winter season while giving breath to the coming spring. We were able to incorporate the “gilver” in the pretty envelope color. Custom address labels and stickers to seal them gave them a polished look for mailing.
Robin really wanted to give her guests a personal gift, and loved the idea of a wedding magazine. Peter Loves Jane designed a 20 page magazine that told their story and had a sweet little note from the couple to their guests. There were pages with fun facts about each of them and a trivia page for their guests to complete while they were waiting between courses at dinner. Wedding magazines are a great way to help guests get to know the couple a little more and to give them a fun time filler to wander through while they are waiting for the grand entrance of the new Mr. and Mrs.