Easy Guide For Addressing Wedding Invitations

Jul 31 2015

Addressing Wedding Invitations: Examples & Checklist

You’ve spent anywhere from 12-18 months planning your wedding. You’ve worked hard, sweated bullets, threw your hands up in exultation as well as exasperation. It’s been joyful. It’s been stressful. Now, you’re in the final stretch. Locked and nearly loaded, your wedding envelopes are ready for that expensive pen with the archival ink you bought months ago. You imagine your wedding envelopes–gorgeous, luxurious in feel, and beckoning to be opened. We’re with you!

Addressing wedding invitations takes care and consideration! Be sure to marry etiquette with those gorgeous envelopes of yours. Although much has changed, we don’t want to throw out all the etiquette with the baby {anyone actually know what this saying means?) Anyways, breeze through this “How to” for addressing married and singles, children, and guests with professional titles–including military. Visit our resource page to check out the examples.

You’ll also find: 

  • Go-to Guide: an easy reference guide to print out for when you’re ready to address your invitations
  • Free download: “Addressing Template” for hand addressing your envelopes with perfectly straight lines

Addressing Wedding Invitations + free envelope guide for perfect printing of your guest's addresses

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#TBT: Pink and Gold Napa Valley Wedding

Jul 30 2015

#TBT Napa Valley Wedding

One year ago today, we shared Julian and Vanessa’s gorgeous winery wedding in Napa Valley. Ah, the pink, gold, and blue color scheme, the romantic venue locale, and the exquisite florals … We still love how they personalized their invitation suite {Live. Laugh. Love} in blue and gold and how they converted this Save the Date Postcard {from the Love’s Anchor design suite}–into their Thank You Postcard.

Sometimes, it’s good to look back. Best wishes once again to Vanessa and Julian! And, happy Throw Back Thursday to you.

#TBT Napa Valley Wedding pink and gold dresses

Napa Valley winery wedding

#TBT Wedding speeches at Napa Valley Winery wedding

Blue and Gold


Photographer: Jonathan Young Weddings

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Airy Forest Engagement Photos With Bohemian Flair

Jul 29 2015

Forest Engagement Photos

An answer to prayer … that’s how Carson feels about Ryan. And Ryan, well, he says he’s the luckiest man in the world. These two adorable humans couldn’t be more in love and we couldn’t be more thrilled to show off their ethereal forest engagement photos. Their love for each other and the outdoors is pretty obvious. So pretty, soft and simple–we love this rustic Tennessee woodland shoot from Heather Faulkner Photography as well Carson’s irresistible boho look. Enjoy!

Forest engagement session

Pretty bride-to-be in bohemian engagement session

Boho engagement photos

Sweet shot of couple laying on grass in boho engagement photos

Bohemian engagement photos

Black and White forest engagement photos

Cute shot of couple in the forest for their engagement session

Forest engagement session (2)

Bohemian engagement

Love all things boho? For more inspiration, check out this vintage boho inspiration post from last week.

Photographer:  Heather Faulkner Photography | via Two Bright Lights

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Putting A Little Modern Into Your Traditional Wedding

Jul 27 2015

Inspiration For A Modern Traditional Wedding

Do you have a classic style–yet want to mix a little modern into your traditional? Today’s “Color Monday” celebrates just that style … a soft yet trendy pastel palette with a modern traditional wedding invitations suite. Perfect for warmer weather weddings and for those wanting a contemporary yet timeless overall look. Personalized here in light blue, peaches and charcoal, the featured invite suite in this inspiration is designed with large floral graphics, modern geometrics and simple typography. Any color scheme will look fabulous with this design–in that the flowers and typography are simple enough to offset even the boldest of color schemes. No competition between color and design! We love designs that are flexible, don’t you? Colors truly tell a grand story–about you as a couple, the season and the wedding theme! How about you–what are your wedding colors?

Colors: Light Blue | Peach | Light Peach | Charcoal

Modern Traditional Wedding Invitation and Color Palette

Featured: Floral Envy Rectangle Wedding Invitation & Enclosures

About the Floral Envy Design
Belonging to our Floral Envy design suite, this designs pairs modern elements with traditional charm. It’s soft, it’s sweet. It’s bold, it’s chic.

Request a Free Sample … in your wedding colors!

Modern traditional wedding invitation suite (get a free sample in your colors!)

For the beautiful photography in our inspiration, much thanks to …

Wedding Rings by Jarrad Lister Photography {via Style Me Pretty} | Bride and Groom by Anna Rosell {via Fab Mood} | Bouquet by Kate Headley {via Southern Living} | First Look by Heather Armstrong Photography | Cake by Sophie Baker Photography {via RockNRoll Bride}

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