Color Monday: Cinco de Mayo

Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery

Cheers! Happy post Cinco de Mayo. If you didn’t treat yourself to any of the festivities yesterday, let today’s Color Monday be a refreshing reminder. Let’s personalize three wedding invitations in the spirited colors from the culture and holiday.


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Citrus Cool

Personalizing the Classic Lace Wedding Invitation design in a bold lime green is a fun, lively and trendy combo. The lace design relates really well to  Mexican paper banners–often created in bright bold colors.

 


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Chips and Salsa anyone?

Personalizing the Square Motif Wedding Invitation design in warm tones inspired by chips and salsa is a surprisingly beautiful combination. The carrot & marigold change makes the pumpkin orange look almost like earthen terracotta! The square elements convey the feel of Mexican tiles in a very subtle and beautiful way.

 

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Hot Chili Peppers

Turning up the heat on the Adorning Damask Wedding Invitation design makes a truly bold statement. Chili pepper red–scarlet in this case–simply pops with the white damask pattern. It’s a unique combination for this invitation design. {On a side note, you can create a similar effect using this combo on Damask Dream Wedding Invitaiton design.}

 

If these aren’t enough Mexican treats for you, try out this Personalized Wedding Invitation, Jamaica. Or there is always the Mexican Tiles Wedding Invitation if you’re looking for a thematic look with your wedding stationery. Have fun personalizing! All of this food has made me hungry again, I’m off to get more salsa.

 

Which Mexican-inspired color did you like best?

 

 

Lindsay
Designer for MagnetStreet

 

 

  • gina

    LOVE how you turned these invites into gorgeous bright colors!

    It’s amazing how different the invitations look simply by changing the colors.