Ana contacted me with a formal, type driven design in mind that subtly reinforced their vineyard hosted wedding. She didn’t want anything too colourful but was after something something quite ornate. Ana and Peter needed a whole range of wedding stationery designed but only the invite, thank you card and save-the-date card are shown here. Read more
Being fairly informal characters, always up for a laugh, Lucianne and Bevan what to incorporate their fun loving ways into their wedding invitation. Their story? A simple boy meets girl and falls in love romance.
Louise wanted an array of colours on her invite. In terms of design this can be very problematic. Wedding invitations aren’t large documents and if you have too many colours, it detracts from the overall design – make it weaker rather than stronger. In an age when we are bombarded with colourful advertisements, it can be better to be understated. None-the-less, after various colour combinations were looked at, discussed and eventually discarded, Louise and Bruce finally settled on a multi-coloured tree wherein every leaf was a butterfly.
Kate and Colin love travel and were off to Fiji to get married… Yeah we know, lucky for some right? To set the scene they asked to have their invite look like an airline ticket boarding pass – the kind you used to get before they introduced e-tickets. Read more
Ink invites has just received a makeover and the new and improved site is now up and running. Return visitors will notice that some of the less popular designs have been removed, new designs added and now each invitation is available in more than one format. Hopefully the site is easier to navigate and the pricing structure, easier to understand. In addition, many of the wedding invitations that remained have received a makeover; sometimes just a tweak of the fonts, at other times new images and new layouts have been used. Read more
It’s not very often we get a client brave enough to go with a blind emboss! A blind emboss is like a regular emboss in which a plate is made and this plate is pressed into the paper during the printing process. However in the case of a blind emboss, no ink is applied to the plate and the only effect in a dented but otherwise unprinted piece of paper. Read more
Suzanne wanted to use our dandelion wedding invitation but had a few ideas of her own. Using that as a basis she wanted the grey replaced with a bright aqua/turquoise colour. I’m not sure if it is a blue or a green but whatever you call it – it looked stunning. To be honest I had my doubts when she first suggested it but voila! Its turned our great. Read more