As a postscript to my previous post, I have more unique ideas for your wedding invitations—and I really need to do this because the new stuff I found are just j’adorable (just my own way of saying I adore it because it’s adorable—since we’re on the subject of being “unique”!).
So anyway, I found these cute-as-buttons personalized wedding invitations on Offbeat Bride. They’re made by Stinkerpants Designs, but there’s definitely nothing stinky about their designs. You’ll loooove the amazing illustrations by Sara—imagine a cooler, infinitely more colorful you and your man on paper. This invitations spells F-U-N.
Scroll down this post and you’ll also find another novel idea, this time a little more edgy but still absolutely one-of-a-kind. Hurricane Me makes 100% handmade invitations and RSVP cards on recycled paper. They’re virtual works of art, really. I would actually frame these invitations.
Over Amour Amour, you’ll find old fashion meets new style (if that even makes sense) calligraphy options. There’s something so romantic and elegant about calligraphy. I still get goosebumps when I see my name in calligraphy—somehow Natalie becomes a lot more sophisticated. Calligraphy on invitations, thank you cards, menu cards is always a failsafe option, and you’ll find some talented calligraphers on this post. I liked the works of Julie Williams, Tracy-Joe, and, particularly, Byrn of Paperfinger and Linea-Carter. They have non-traditional calligraphy but still tres chic.
Trendsetting Wedding also had a similar idea on how cool handwritings can spell success for your weddings. Check out their post on Gala Font, who uses modern fonts for their free hand lettering (pssst…it also costs less than formal calligraphy).
And lastly—and my personal favorite (don’t we always save the best for last?)—are these invitations by 13 Creative, which I saw on The Ritzy Bee. It’s the complete package, so to speak. You have to check it out!
There are more out there, for sure. Stay tuned!