Wedding invitations are already a work of art, but why not completely customize your invitation with a custom illustration and turn it into something you can hang on your wall after? Some of my favorite illustrators on WeddingInviteLove:
Big thanks for Creative Shelf for featuring WeddingInviteLove in their post, “10 Websites to Inspire.”
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Big congrats to Ruby & Scarlett for being selected as WeddingInviteLove’s featured studio for the month of March! Their invitations have gorgeous, delicate floral imagery with beautiful typography. Check out their profile on WeddingInviteLove or visit them at their website.
First, WeddingInviteLove has been blogged about in SwissMiss.com!
As well as a few other places!
The past month has been awesome — we’re up to 125 designer and studio profiles on the site, growing every day. Lots of plans for the future as well, focusing both on getting more couples and customers as well as pulling in new vendors to feature!
If you’re a designer or studio who specializes or even just dabbles in wedding invitations and you’re looking for more visibility for your business, don’t hesitate to apply to WeddingInviteLove. As always, feedback (positive or negative) is encouraged — send an email to [email protected] anytime! :)
Proud to announce the launch of WeddingInviteLove, an online directory of wedding invitation designers!
While we were working on WeddingType, we decided to build and launch WeddingInviteLove as a side project since it was so difficult to find wedding invitation designers through Google and other services.
We’re spending the next few weeks working on designer acquisition for WIL, then we’ll be back at it on WeddingType.com. If there are any designers out there who would like to be listed on WIL, let us know!
Here at WeddingType we’re dedicated to bringing typography to wedding invitations, and while we’re waiting for development to finish up on our full application, we decided to launch a very very minimal product just to fill in the gaps.
Basically it has all the function of the full WeddingType application with none of the features like previewing or full font choice, but if there is a couple that is looking for a quick theme of their invitation, Tracy is here to help! Simply fill out the form and Tracy will handmake the template for you to print at home (or take to any professional printer).
As always, if there are any questions, let us know, otherwise we’ll head back to working furiously to launch WeddingType!
I’ve been doing a lot of research lately into Twitter and the wedding invitation community that exists there, and thought I would pass along the best accounts that are about wedding invitations and design (other than the WeddingLovely twitter account)!
- @diywedding (DIY Wedding Invites)
- @wed-invitation (Wedding Invitation)
- @uniqueindesigns (Wedding Invitations, “Unique Modern Custom Wedding Invitations”)
- @Astrid_Mueller (Astrid Mueller, “Inspired by love stories, vintage, NYC, Paris, fashion & addicted to wedding gorgeousness! Passionately designing for modern brides & wedding pros.”)
- @delphine_studio (erika firm, “i love letterpress, all shades of green, the sound of the surf and the smell of the pressroom. www.delphinepress.com. BLOG: delphine-ephemera.com“)
- @RiceInk (Kristy Rice, “Owner of Momental Designs, I am a Wedding Invitation Artist, love painting and travel. My artistic designs have been featured on Brides.com and in The Knot!”)
- @bluemagpieinvit (Jeannine Pao Brown, “Blue Magpie creates handmade fabric invitations from our Southern California studio and has been featured in Brides, The Knot, and Weddings Unveiled!”)
Am I missing anyone major?
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