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Color Me Invited

Dramatic or subtle, these sublime watercolors set the tone for what’s to come.
By: 
Josie Lampone

Pretty in Pink
Let your invitations speak for themselves with a minimalist design that’s easy on the eyes. The understated typeface is balanced by swaths of creamy neutrals, creating elegance with a touch of whimsy. “I wanted to capture the fluid texture of watercolor paintings,” says Ashley Austin, owner and designer of Fine Day Press. “I absolutely love how the watercolor texture came out on these. It's so dreamy.”

Wild Blue Yonder
Get ready to dive in. This invitation by Scripted Ever After, featuring cloudy sapphire blues and a delicate laser-cut frame, prepares your guests for an evening of romance. Details such as the couple’s initials and the subtle palm tree print inside the folder create an invite that’s both personal and charming. Designer/owner Jamie Foster took inspiration from the splendor of Horseshoe Bay Resort and the lake’s deep blues.

Scripted to Perfection
A delicate palette paired with a lighthearted script is the perfect combination for a joyful day. The two styles of calligraphy in these suites, both designed by Averi with an Eye, feel carefree and sophisticated, offset by heavy cardstock and traditional fonts, for a modern, relaxed aesthetic.

Color Me Invited | Austin Wedding Day

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