We’ve got some great Christmas inspired wedding invitation design to show you plus the cutest Christmas wedding you have ever seen! first up, the design! When we first met with Erica about photographing their wedding we knew it was going to be something special. She would be getting married in December told us all about her ideas for a retro kitschy Christmas wedding with lots of pink and sparkly details. So when she asked us do design her wedding invitations and other paper details, we were so excited! Of course we started with the Save the Date. One of the major details for the wedding was romantic roses and bold saturated pink colors. I created this wreath of holly and roses with vintage lettering. There is even a little silhouette of the Golden Gate bridge, to get people excited about the location, San Francisco.
The back featured another big pink rose and website information.
When it came time to create the invitations, Erica and Andrew wanted something a little more formal with that same vintage vibe. I love the gold envelopes and the pocket fold enclosure.
Here is a close-up of the wedding invitation.
The front of the pocket fold featured a cute matching monogram.
Detail of the inserts. I really love the San Francisco map we created showing the ceremony, reception, and hotel.
Another favorite detail is the wraparound address label on the RSVP envelope.
We also designed a wedding logo incorporating the rose wreath form the save the dates.
We designed the covers for Erica and Andrew’s wedding programs. The bright bold colors were a big part of the wedding decor, so we created these beautiful pink covers with the wedding logo.
The last thing we designed for Erica and Andrew’s wedding were their escort cards. Erica’s idea was to have the name tags placed into gold covered chocolates. I designed these cute scalloped edge name cards. The back layers is a beautiful pink glitter paper. Here they are all set up at the wedding.
Coming up next is the wedding post! Oh my goodness, you are in for such a treat! This wedding was absolutely beautiful!