Color Monday: Damask Elegance Wedding Invitation

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For today’s Color Monday, we’re exploring the dramatic use of color on Damask Elegance Wedding Invitation design. Stately yet simple, this decorative design invites you to change the whole look by using your wedding colors–almost like a blank canvas that you get to paint on.

Go Art Deco!
Color Damask Elegance design with gold and black! The damask takes on an opulent vibe that sends this one over the top.

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Perhaps you prefer something soft & romantic?
Set the tone with a backdrop swathed in pink and adorned in grey.

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Go lively with a look that’s trendy and youthful!
Bright pink and orange send Damask Elegance design to a new level of excitement and energy.

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Bold and Magnificent.
Similarly, this bold combo of cobalt blue and lime green seated on Damask Elegance creates a lot of vim and vigor.

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Pretty in Turquoise
Lastly, another splendid and popular duo–coral and turquoise. This fun pairing and a true favorite simply pops off the page.

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It’s amazing how color can change the look of your Wedding Invitation.
Try out your colors in the Damask Elegance design. We’d love to hear what you think!

 

 

Lindsay
Designer for MagnetStreet

 

 

Comments
  • clair estelle on June 10, 2013 @ 10:53 am

    Very sweet stationery and a very smart design in how it can be applied to various colour schemes, i like it.

  • Rach on June 10, 2013 @ 11:57 am

    What a different color makes! I just love that first color combo – black and gold – with the damask pattern. Vintage glam and elegance. Very fun. :)

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  • Wedding Invitations Online on June 11, 2013 @ 4:57 am

    I would pick that one too,looks great,love the black and gold combination.

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