Behind the Design: Ritz & Romance

Aug 23 2013

Happy Friday! Are you familiar with our Behind the Design? Behind the Design is our blog series that puts the spotlight on a new design, the MagnetStreet designer, and the inspiration behind it. Today is all about Ritz and Romance–a fun, bold design with an Art Deco feel. Here’s our designer Megan, to tell us how this design can be personalized into a modern wedding.

Megan, MagnetStreet Graphic Designer “I imagine a glamorous, black-tie affair with pops of rich color and a classy, European style reception venue. The ornate architectural details of the historic venue will also play a big part in bringing the look to life. I love how the timeless design elements and patterns work together with the fonts to create an Art Deco wedding feel on this design. A true, classic Art Deco design would feature black and gold, but color is a great way to add a personal touch and this design offers that. Ritz and Romance is perfectly suited for a glamorous soiree.”

Featured: Ritz and Romance Foldover Pocket Wedding Invitation

Art Deco wedding inspiration

Awesome. Thanks Megan!

The Great Gatsby look and feel is still so popular and it doesn’t appear that this classic look is going away. How about you? What do you think about this look and the Ritz and Romance design?

Try this opulent Pocket Wedding Invitation design out in your wedding colors.

Images

For allowing us to use their photography … much thanks to:

Cordial Glasses, Bride, Tablescape by Carla Ten Eyck Photography {via Style Me Pretty}
Feathers by Krista Leigh Hurst Photography and Belovely Floral & Event Design for Concept, Style & Design {via Ruffled}

 

 

 

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