The Wedding Invites

emma block illustrated wedding invitesIt’s so exciting to finally have my wedding invitations printed. The save the dates were quite fun and casual, but I wanted the invitations to be more romantic and tie in with the look of the wedding. I’m so pleased with how the colour palette worked out, I wanted something quite muted inspired by the blush, cream and green tones found in ranunculus and anemones. emma block illustrated wedding invitesinvites

From a technical stand point, I went for a textured cardstock which worked perfectly with the watercolour illustrations, and I printed the invites 5″ x 7″. I think A5 is a bit too big and A6 is too small, so I always advise clients go for 5″ x 7″ invites.

I didn’t want to show my whole wedding dress before the wedding so I chose to crop us at the shoulders and make the florals details and hand lettering more of a focus.


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    • I was right there with you getting choked up when the primary was singing to the moms. For me, though, it was because it would be the LAST time that song would be song for me since my youngest would not be in primary anymore. Sad day ( or at least a sad rezA!aationilK

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