Happy Saturday! Who is thinking about having a Mexico destination wedding? If so, you are going to need some Mexico Wedding Invitations. Lucky for you we have Zenadia Design to share with us these tranquil wedding invites inspired by the spirit of Mexico.
From Zenadia Design: A mosaic pattern that Brittany and Javier had seen on a recent trip to Mexico became the inspiration for their invitation suite. Brittany expressed that she wanted an invitation that would get her guests excited, and convey the feeling of Mexico, without being beachy.
In keeping with the spirit of Mexico, I combined the beautiful mosaic that originally inspired us, with patterns inspired by Mexican tile and artwork. I loved the end result of mixing patterns and colors. Instead of doing a full pocket folder Brittany liked the idea of the pocket on the back of the invitation for all her insert cards.
Tip: Combining different shades of one color can make for a beautiful and clean color palette. Shades of blue with white create a clean look, shades of pink with gold can make for an elegant and feminine affair. Pick a color and start combining shades!
Brittany's invitation was thermography printed on cotton paper. I love the look and feel of thermography. That little bit of texture from the printing keeps things interesting. I always feel it's important for your guests to be able to feel something, other than paper, so textures play a big part in all the design work I do.
What is thermography? Thermography is a raised ink and much like engraving, but not nearly as pricey.
To see more of this wedding photography Gary and Courtney Photography from Zenadia Design click here. Calligraphy by 2 hearts b1.
Credits For the collage above.
Top Row: Oh, How Charming, Yvette Roman, Victor Sizemore | Middle Row: Oh, How Charming, Amelia Johnson Photography ,Love Life Images | Bottom Row: Alchemy Fine Events, Victor Sizemore, Gary and Courtney Photography