Damask Wedding Invitations

May 11 2011

Did you know that damask weaves have been around since the 14th century? When I think of damask, my mind immediately wanders to the formality of Versailles, the Kings Louie and the exquisite furniture of the French palace. No wonder brides still love it today – with all the pattern variations and maintaining an updated look through personalization and color.

Are you considering damask wedding invitations? Be inspired by these inspiration boards that put a modern twist into a timeless pattern.

French inspired – whether destination abroad or destination right here at home.

{Flat Tea-length wedding invitation Romance in Paris, spring 2012 Monique Lhullier ball gown and cameo cake}

damask wedding inspiration

The gentle pops of the damask pattern will keep your guests looking for more!

Layered wedding invitation Classic Damask, spring 2012 Monique Lhuillier A-line, and floral centerpiece

Giving this classic look lots and lots of energy is beautiful color. Change to your color scheme for a different mood altogether.

Flat Tea-length wedding invitation Adorning Damask with a trumpet gown from Oscar de la Renta, Spring 2012 and tea tin centerpieces

Want to see more?

Visit MagnetStreet Weddings to see all of the damask wedding invitations types and patterns. Each invitation design and type can be personalized with your wedding colors, fonts and wording!

Which is your favorite?




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