Brides: if you love the look of metallic foil invitations but you’re not sure where to find them, you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re sharing some of our favorite foil wedding invitations spotted over at Wedding Paper Divas. These designs include watercolor with foil detail, black and white designs, polka dots, a vintage-inspired suite, and more. Which one is your favorite? We’re also sharing some innovative new ways to add DIY touches to your wedding invites. Read on to begin…
Foil Wedding Invitations
With 12 designs in total (all completely customizable), there’s a style for every bride! These foil invitations have a lower price point than traditional foil stamped invitations and can be paired with photos, watercolor, a full color design, or a custom color palette.
This first design is one of my favorites and features a watercolor design with foil detail:
Here’s a closer look:
Here are some other hand-picked designs we know you’ll love:
My favorite design is the ‘lovely day’ suite above with black, white, and gold details. It’s such a sophisticated look for any season of the year!
Once you’ve picked your invitations, it’s time to add a custom touch. Here are some DIY details and options available.
To customize your invites, Wedding Paper Divas provides plenty of customizable elements. There are new DIY elements now available, including (but not limited to) the following:
1. Personalized Envelope Liners
-premium fonts available
-coordinates with inner envelope and standard envelopes
2. Belly Bands
-can be personalized with your monogram, date, names, etc.
-can act as an organizer for your wedding invitation suite to keep everything in one place
-specialty ribbons to coordinate with all invitation designs in a range of 25 colors
-use throughout your wedding day décor as favor wraps or gift tags
4. Envelopments and Layered Cards
-pair with ribbons, labels, or mini cards
-available in a pocket fold, layered pocket, or layered card layout
To find out more about these foil wedding invitations and DIY elements, visit Wedding Paper Divas.
This is a sponsored post by Wedding Paper Divas.