An interesting project I’ve done recently aside from my master project was a set of 35 custom bridal shower invitations! The bride’s wedding colors were set to be vibrant teal and orange, so for the shower the theme was focused around a pastoral palette of peach, mint and gold with touches of blush. But the invites needed to pop, so I did a combination of vibrant pink/sherbet/aqua splashes and pastel versions across the 35 invites!
Every invite was slightly unique, with big splashes of free-forming watercolor runs. Hand-torn edges on each 4×6 invite gave a great rustically artisan feel to them, paired with the antique white cold-pressed watercolor paper and hand-pressed kraft paper inserts! The finishing touch was a sheer vellum overlay to hold all the event info attached with a peach and gold ribbon, allowing the pastoral watercolor paint to peek through and give a beautiful layering effect.
Each invitation was parceled with the hand-pressed vintage kraft paper inserts, hand-cut to-theme colored heart confetti, and sealed with love in some glamorous gold glitter-lined envelopes I made to give a wow factor to the invites immediately upon opening them!
I really love how they turned out, especially the way each one was individually painted rather than just a run-of-the-mill printed cardstock envelope. Im thinking of listing these as a custom listing on Etsy for all the brides out there- I can do any colors of course, and also do all the photoshop print work!