Today’s guest post comes to us from the team at Greenvelope.com, purveyor of chic, digital invitations. Enjoy!
Each passing year brings a rich variety of new wedding styles and trends. And stationery is no different! Whether your personal style is best described in bold, beautiful statements or something a little more modern and minimalist, you can set the stage for your wedding celebration with the very latest in stationery trends. Keep scrolling to see what’s trending or explore all of our wedding designs here.
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Today’s featured wedding invitation suite comes to us from Greenvelope.com, purveyor of chic, digital invitations. We just love the elegant pairing of custom florals with a deckled edge! Here’s more about the design from Greenvelope.com:
With hand-painted blooms and a delicate typeface set, this invitation suite is ideal for any couple hoping to add a touch of whimsical romance to their wedding. The watercolor liner, both contemporary and unique, draws from the muted greenery found in the florals and adds the perfect pop of vibrancy to the suite.
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Today’s wedding stationer interview is with Lauren Fennell, the Creative Director at Greenvelope, a company specializing in elegant online invitations! Enjoy:
How did you get started doing wedding invitations?
I have a background in art history and fine art curation, so I was looking for work in a creative field after returning to Seattle from two years of teaching English in other countries. I met our CEO, Sam, through a mutual friend who mentioned he was looking for some help with the aesthetic direction of the site. At the time, Greenvelope was only Sam, our remote developer, Kyle, and a freelance UI designer. He needed someone with a good eye to curate the collection while he focused on customer service and development.
I didn’t initially intend to work in the wedding industry specifically, but it’s been absolutely wonderful to blend wedding and tech into one career. I feel so lucky to have been exposed to this industry! I get to work with couples to make sure the best day of their life is announced in style, without too many weird font combinations! The designers I work with are just bursting with creativity, and they never fail to amaze me with their fresh ideas and techniques. I think the wedding industry is lucky to have them!
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