Aaah, you’re getting MARRIED. Girl, it’s time to CELEBRATE! You’ve probably had your fair share of parties… birthdays, graduations, job promotions, or simply the fact that it’s Friday. Or Saturday. Or Tuesday. (heyyy!). While you may have simply called, emailed or texted your guest list for the above, a bachelorette party deserves something that’s a little more… unique! fun!
WeddingLovely has partnered up with the Minted team to bring to you an exclusive bachelorette party invitation roundup, so you can kick off your festivities with a one-of-a-kind invitation freshly sourced from Minted’s community of independent artists. Enjoy:
Last but not least, our final holiday card roundup post, this time featuring photo designs (like the one above by The Spotted Olive!) If you missed our earlier posts, check them out here and here.
See all the lovely designs after the jump…
Time for a new holiday card round! A couple days ago you saw our Letterpress Holiday Card Roundup, now we’re going through some lovely illustrated and classic designs by more designers and stationers on the WeddingLovely Vendor Network.
Click through to see all the lovely card designs!
It’s that time of year again! WeddingLovely is proud to work with hundred’s of amazing invitation designers and stationers and we’re here to showcase some of their beautiful holiday cards, like the above card by Nane Press. Click through to see all the lovely letterpress designs:
This diverse collection of elegant and on-trend wedding websites comes to us from Riley & Grey. Such beautiful work! Here’s Marissa, founder of Riley & Grey, to tell us more:
I think what we’re most excited about with the new collection is that we captured some really popular and traditional wedding themes, but in a new way. For example, we get tons of requests for vineyard themes. That’s a tricky one, because there are only so many ways you can draw a wine bottle and grapes.
I like the gourmet still-life approach we took because it’s also something you can’t really do on paper, so it’s perfect for your website. And it really brings in the foodie element that most vineyard weddings have too. Another example is the bohemian theme. I’m really proud of the way our team managed to take something like tie dye, which can get really cheese-y, really fast and elevate it so that it could even work for a black-tie boho wedding. Beach is another theme where the umbrella and sand toy imagery that comes to mind first isn’t really what people want for their wedding. I think the subtle waves in our Surf design get people excited for a beach destination without overwhelming the wedding’s brand.
See more after the cut!
Sarah works as a wedding planner in the UK, but also has an avid interest in graphic design. She absolutely loves weddings, and is looking forward to her own wedding (although she’s still looking for Mr. Right).
There’s a lot to think about when you’re planning a wedding: you’ve got to arrange the location, venue, catering, transportation, and most importantly, the wedding dress (seriously, guys, don’t forget this one!).
It’s quite easy to get carried away with the big things (there’s certainly a lot of them), and often, some of the smaller details simply don’t get the attention they deserve because of this.
Your wedding invitations almost always fall victim to this problem, which is a shame, as there’s some super-creative stuff you can do with them; it just requires a bit of effort.
I’ve seen a tonne of creative wedding invitations in my time (yep, I’m the sad person who spends hours browsing through them on Pinterest!), so I thought I’d round up some of my all-time favourites below for you need a printing company to have them made we recommend fastprint for invitations.
I hope you guys enjoy them as much as I did!
So sad to see our Valentine’s Day Design Roundups for 2015 come to an end! We had so much fun looking at all the lovely and inspiring designs our vendors shared with us this year!
Miss the first and second roundups posted earlier this week? No worries, you can still catch up here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.
Such amazing talent, right?!
We leave you with a beautiful love song, blind love, king of hearts, camo heart and main squeeze design… until next year. ;)
Valentine’s Day Roundups Part 3:
First and foremost, did you see Part 1 of our Valentine’s Day Design Roundups for 2015? Super cute, check it out here!
The cuteness continues with the second part of our Valentine’s special featuring a romantic love quote, cute jelly legs, crystal ball fortune, Zentangle art and an adorable little fox design!
Valentine’s Day Roundups Part 2:
We made the call to our vendors for lovely and inspiring Valentine’s Day designs early last week ~ and whoa, did they deliver!
We’ve got it all this year, from traditional and beautiful to clean and modern to quirky and fun.
It’s just so awesome to see such creative talent and unique designs, and we know that you lovebirds are going to adore what we’ve got in stall for you in the upcoming days. :)
Be sure to check back with us on Wednesday for Part 2 and Friday for Part 3 of our Valentine’s Day Design Roundup for 2015!
Valentine’s Day Roundups Part 1:
Valentine’s is in a week, are you ready? Hopefully you’ve been inspired by our first and second Valentine’s Day card roundups, featuring vendors on WeddingLovely’s vendor network. Last but not least, here’s our last roundup of inspiring and lovely Valentine’s designs!
See all the lovely designs after the cut…