Wedding invitation embellishments
Give your wedding invitations some extra oomph with these special details:
Envelope seals: Nobody said that your envelopes can’t be just as beautiful as the invitations being put in them. Avoid the exhausting licking of the envelopes and use envelope seals instead. You can get ones with your initials engraved into them, or use a simple design, like a heart or a ring.
Ribbon/twine: Bring texture and color to your stationery by wrapping the paper in ribbon or twine that matches the color of your text. This Country Canning Jar – Invitation is complete with a bit of twine that’s tied at the top of the jar for the ideal finishing touch.
Washi tape: Washi tape is a type of masking tape that is available in a wide variety of colors and patterns, making it easy to find one that is the perfect match for your wedding invitations.
Rhinestones: OK, there’s really nothing that rhinestones can’t go on. Bring some sparkle and bling to your invitations by adding a little or a lot of one of our favorite accessories – rhinestones.
Balloons aren’t just for a kid’s birthday party anymore. They’re now huge in the wedding industry, being used in place of bouquets and to decorate the ceremony and reception venue. You can even give a balloon or two to your flower girl – she’ll love carrying them down the aisle.
Personalized wedding napkins are an easy way to bring a special touch to your reception. Offer them to your guests during cocktail hour, during the wedding reception, or both! You can have your picture printed on it, or stick with a simple solid color, and your initials and wedding date.
Personalized wedding favors
Send your guests off with something that is personal to your big day. They can bring home a cupcake or a slice of that delicious cake with a personalized cake box, or give your guests the opportunity to fill their homes with warm light using these personalized matches.
Which of these details are you going to include in your nuptials? Share your thoughts with us!