The world of "more is more" invitations

Whether one will admit it or not, the invitations we choose tell a lot about us and the wedding we want to have. Not only because it informs the addressee about the venue, the church, time and date and if chosen the dress code of the wedding. On an additional page it can be a good idea to present the toastmaster, the gift registerer and the wedding planner. If the wedding has a webpage it should be mentioned there as well, and so should information about nearby hotels and overnight stay opportunities.

The design of the invitation is more important than one should think. It tells a great deal about what the guests should be expecting of the wedding. The design can be fun, ironic, romantic, graphic, industrialistic, classic, historical or maybe a mix. Of course you must choose the invitation you like the most, but bare in mind the signal the invitation sends about the wedding and try to make the two work together. If you are sending out save the day cards, then make them the same design as the invitations to secure a common thread.

For the last couple of years, invitations has been very minimalistic and pure styled. We have not seen a lot of colors, flowers or blondes, but I think we are up for a change. We will of course still see a lot of minimalism, but people are becoming more courageous and want the romance back. The less is more movement is on a retreat both in flower arrangements, dresses and in invitations. Below I have gathered some "more is more" invitation design.

Enjoy the flowers and have a happy easter.

 

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Photo credit: The postmans knock

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Photo credit: La Paraphernalia

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Photo Credit: Marryme2u

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Photo Credit. Fast Printing

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Photo Credit: Aleksa_ch

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Photo Credit: Digital art dk

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Photo Credit: By.Invitation.Only

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Photo Credit: By.Invitation.Only