Dark hues meet ornate floral motifs for memorably irresistible invites.
Invitations Into the Wild
(1) Take Flight
Hunt Wright Design Co.
A crisp serif font, a custom monogram, organic hues and detailed nature scenes create a nontraditional invitation suite that balances the feminine with the masculine. The gold foil printing throughout softens the angular lines and darker components, in particular the illustration of red-shouldered hawks by John James Audubon on the envelope liner. The green details card adds a pop of color and leather cords tie it all together. Minneapolis, huntwrightdesignco.com
(2) Countryside Charm
Vintage elements abound in this invitation suite by Champagne Press. Printed on soft cotton paper, the double-thick invitation and RSVP cards are pressed with gold foil and accentuated by handwritten calligraphy and thoughtfully chosen stamps. Illustrations of a map on the envelope liner and of the venue on a postcard add a nostalgic touch. This suite is adorned with leather bands and a feather for an unexpected textural experience. Stillwater, champagnepress.com
(3) Going Green
Mori & Co.
Foliage photography and deep forest greens characterize this invitation suite by Mori & Co. White ink and bold typography pair with vibrant paper die-cut into oval shapes to reflect this suite’s organic inspirations. Stacked concentrically, the different
elements are tied together with olive raffia ribbon. Minneapolis, moriandco.com
(4) Rustic Hues
Just Write Studios
Calligraphic brushstrokes dance across a rich pine watercolor in this invitation suite by Just Write Studios. Inspired by the rustic feel of autumn in Northern Minnesota, this suite offers various textures that allude to the great outdoors: unfinished wood, leather, and twine. The hand lettering on leather place cards and wood discs adds a quaint personal touch. Ramsey, justwritestudios.com