Camp Wandawega is a boutique campground and is the epitome of glamping.
When I was designing this invitation suite, I knew I wanted Shelby's guests to see these invitations and immediately connect with the rustic charm they would experience at this amazing camp. This camp inspired suite flaunts a monotone color palette with sketch illustrations, a treasure-hunt details card and casual wording on the response card. The suite is letterpress printed on 100% cotton card stock which sure does dress things up a bit.
When should you mail wedding invitations and save the dates? Most people in this modern age don’t mail things, anymore. So, I wouldn’t expect you to know the in’s and out’s of mailing wedding invitations! Here’s the 4-1-1 on when you need to send out your invitations.
Charleston rehearsal dinner invitation with custom watercolor map with venue paintings of Lowndes Grove Plantation, William Aiken House and downtown Charleston. Spring wedding in Charleston, South Carolina. Dessert themed wedding with navy and sand/taupe color scheme. Modern brush lettering over navy with a map on the back including watercolor venue paintings.
Cheryl and Thomas had a winter ski lodge wedding in Breckenridge, Colorado. Snowy mountains were the inspiration for this design paired with kraft paper envelopes and white brush calligraphy. Other day-of wedding items include a window seating chart, wooden welcome sign, personalized menus, a hand painted signature drinks sign, an itinerary and alternative table numbers.
Kelsey and Tyler went for navy blue and maroon as the color palette for their wedding day at the Historic Pritzlaff in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Tyler is a geologist, so they chose to incorporate agate and other rocks into the decor. The watercolor elements in the invitation suite were designed to mimic the color variations of the agate stone. The suite is pulled together with navy envelopes sporting gold calligraphy and a maroon return address envelope.