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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

You want wedding porn? I'll give you wedding porn!

Invitations have hit the mail, so I'll finally share the photos with you! My invitation suite was designed by Miriam at LimoncelloSTYLE. She lovingly listened to my visions for the wedding and she honed in copper as a design element.

So without further ado, our invitations. I borrowed these images from the LimoncelloSTYLE blog, so that I wouldn't have to blur out personal info. Miriam already changed all those details (except for my first name, for which the design is named after!) for her use. So all photos by Miriam, courtesy of LimoncelloSTYLE, please credit her if you re-use them.


The whole shebang. Beautifully copper lined envelopes, invitations wrapped with copper wire and then backed with a yummy, sparkly paper, and the response cards with hand-drawn copper lines to reflect the invitation.

And a close up of all three pieces.

A close up of the invitation (names have been changed to protect the innocent!). I really love them. I love the touch, the feel, the added texture. The thickness is perfect and the green font of our names pulls in the kelly green accents and the bridesmaids dresses. I love the simplicity of the contrasting font.


I can't wait to see these in my mail box! For the envelope I used the same font for my address and then used a boring Liberty Bell stamp, but remember, I was born in Pennsylvania. Yes a stretch, but true none the less.

So, worth the wait, no? Do you love them as much as me?

4 comments:

Linda said...

Gorgeous. I love them!

Jenna said...

Corn did a beautiful job! She is going to be really successful. I love love love the copper wire detail.

Jennifer said...

I loved getting mine in the mail! I really think I should address one to you and have you get one in the mail. I'll even pay for postage! ;)

Blablover5 said...

We used the boring liberty bell too, mostly because I didn't care what the stamp looked like.

They're nice, very simple with the cool touch of the copper wire.