Our Favorite Wedding Invitations of June 2019
You are invited to browse through some of the most wonderfully creative wedding invitations of June 2019.
With e-invites and ‘Save The Date videos’ trending all over, it may seem like good, old-fashioned paper wedding invitations are passe. However, that is far from the case. Today, wedding invitation designers are experimenting with themes, colors, papers, technology, favors boxes, and laser-cut layered designs with enchanting results. Here is a compilation of our six favorite wedding invitations this month.
Mughal Opulence- Be Jalebi
Simple, sophisticated and yet very regal, this gorgeous invite features a white box with an intricate floral design akin to the Mughal era. It also boasts of a beautiful delicate mesh work and a dainty golden buckle. With an equally gorgeous card having a labyrinthine border around a golden foil-printed floral pattern, this card by Be Jalebi is an impactful way to bring elegance to your wedding invites.
For Old Times’ Sake – Izhaar by Core Designs
If opulence is what you want to showcase in your wedding invitation, then Izhaar by Core Designs is the place to be! This invitation favor box from Izhaar’s Zarin Fusion Collection stands apart with the color mixes that have been thrown together to project an old-world style. The boxes are marked by rustic prints and archaic designs that are sure to give your invitation a lovely retro feel.
Wedding Bells – Turmeric Ink
A set of cards designed using embossed copper, the ‘Temple Bells’ wedding invite by Turmeric Ink is splendid in appearance. Inspired by the magnificent copper bells found in most Indian Temples, the card has a minimalist color palette with hues of gold and red. It is also embellished with a monogram made of the initials of the couple that has been delicately embossed into the copper bell printed on the card.
Tell a Tale – Pink Whistle Man
This is the kind of invitation card that your invitees would want to treasure long after your wedding. This classic storybook styled card is named ‘Amar Prem Katha’ by Pink Whistle Man. Made from a textured rice-paper that is screen-printed in gold, the chapters in this book talk about the periods, origin, and significance of each wedding ritual. What’s more? The illustrations in the book are hand-drawn from scratch, reflecting the rich cultures of the Bengali-Maharashtrian couple.
Keep it Simple Silly! – Itchha Talreja Designs
A simple blush card ornamented with a royal gold foil, this beautifully designed invitation by Itchha Talreja Designs is the perfect blend of austerity and elegance. Secured with a golden wax seal, the card has an intricate floral design that adds a dainty touch to the symmetric mesh. Apt for a couple who believes in the power of simplicity, this design scores high on the minimalism charm factor.
Technology Galore -Puneet Gupta Invitations
This virtual reality-based wedding invitation by Puneet Gupta is a game-changer in the space of wedding invites. It requires you to plug into a headset that gives you a glimpse of the wedding celebrations like they are happening around you. Packed in a travel trunk-inspired world map-themed explosion box, this VR themed invite, based on the most immersive technology, is designed to make you feel like you are there, both mentally and physically.
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