Elegant, Modern Military Wedding

Jan 24 2014

Welcome to Behind the Design–a Truly Engaging blog series devoted to the inspiration behind one of our newest designs. Here’s Jennifer to tell us about Forever United, a modern Military Wedding Invitation Suite that features playful text and bold, over-enhanced design elements.

“The inspiration behind this design is based off a formal {but fun} military wedding style. To signify dedicated service, I included subtle military-inspired elements. I really wanted this design to remain classic yet contemporary so that it could be paired with any other sort of feel throughout the rest of the wedding–whether the tone was formal, rustic or vintage. I used large, over-enhanced graphics and a simple san-serif font to keep the design as classic and simple as possible. I added some playful military wording on the invitation and enclosure cards to help carry the military theme and feel throughout the suite.”

How would you personalize this patriotic design?

Military Wedding Inspiration plus Save the Date and Wedding Invitation

Featured in this board:  Forever UnitedSave the Date and Foldover Pocket Wedding Invitation. Every design is easily personalized with your wedding colors and wording.

Jen, Graphic Designer for MagnetStreet   {Jennifer, Graphic Designer for MagnetStreet}

 

Credits

For permission to use their photography, much thanks to …

Lights by Julie Anne {via Floridian Weddings}
Blue Bridesmaid Dress by Jennifer Blair {via Wedding Chicks}
Mason Jars by 217 Photography {via Style Me Pretty}
Groomsmen by The Nichols {via Southern Weddings}
Couple (top & bottom right) by Kimberly White {via Martha Stewart Weddings}

 

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