June 10, 2013 | Categories Resources
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.
Perhaps you prefer something soft & romantic?
Set the tone with a backdrop swathed in pink and adorned in grey.
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.
Bold and Magnificent.
Similarly, this bold combo of cobalt blue and lime green seated on Damask Elegance creates a lot of vim and vigor.
Pretty in Turquoise
Lastly, another splendid and popular duo–coral and turquoise. This fun pairing and a true favorite simply pops off the page.
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!
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June 7, 2013 | Categories Inspiration + Wedding Stationery
Meet Jen–one of our graphic designers at MagnetStreet. Jen is the artist behind this inspiration board that includes one of our newest designs, Whom My Soul Loves. Featuring a Save the Date and Foldover Pocket Wedding Invitation Suite, this soft mood board sets the tone for a charming event with a vintage vibe.
Here’s Jen to share her inspiration behind the design of Whom My Soul Loves …
”My design was born from a country/vintage inspiration. I love the combination of the wild flowers and delicate lace that drive the design. My goal was to take numerous design elements and piece them all together in a way where each one complements the others. The fonts match the artwork with their organic, hand-drawn characteristics, and the soft colors add to the vintage charm. The invitation features the second part of a Bible verse adapted from the book of Song of Solomon (3:4) “I have found the one whom my soul loves” which came to name this design suite. Each element works together to create a sweet romance–perfect for any wedding day.”
What do you think?
Behind the Design is a blog reoccurring series that features the inspiration behind the design.
Images by Photography by Katelyn James
June 6, 2013 | Categories Reception + Resources
Having a photo booth at your wedding reception? Rock on! We happen to love photo booths here at MagnetStreet Weddings. We also love helping couples save money on their wedding. That’s why we’ve created FREE printable photo booth props for our fellow bride and groom readers!
As you can see, we even tested them out ourselves.
Head over to our DIY Wedding Photo Booth Props page to download your props and discover the 6 easy steps to putting them together. Whether you’re renting a professional photo booth or going the DIY route, these props are sure to help guests get silly for the camera.
Here’s a snapshot of just some of the adorable photo booth props you’ll be able to print for yourself:
Making Your Own Photo Booth, Too?
Read how our staff writer (and fellow bride) Rachel was able to pull off her own DIY wedding photo booth. Be inspired as she shares her photo booth tips and ideas!
Doable DIY: Wedding Photo Booth
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June 5, 2013 | Categories Real Weddings
There’s so much loveliness in Jamie and Deon’s outdoor Southern wedding–where do we begin? Well, we can start with how stunning Jamie looks in her hand-sewn, sleeved, silver-blue, lace gown and birdcage veil. We also love how Jamie and Deon incorporated their sweet baby boy, Roman, into the ceremony when they all “jumped the broom” together.
Elegance + Charm. From the different bridesmaid’s dresses and statement-making bouquets and florals, to traditional Southern details like mason jars and skeleton key accessories, this wedding is absolutely lovely. Enjoy.
Photographer: Ais Portraits
Wedding Colors: Silver, Blue
Location: Destin, Florida
Congratulations Deon, Jamie and Roman! Our best wishes to you all!
Photographer: Ais Portraits
Floral Designer:Our Greenhouse Florist
Event Planner: Shelby Peaden Events
Submitted via Two Bright Lights