Captivating wedding suites that feature elaborate text treatments—your first welcome to the fête to come.
(Above) Dana Osborne Design shows how different hues can coordinate, with a modern script that ties it all together.
(Below) Explore contrasting colorscapes. This black two-ply invitation suite from RSVP showcases intricate Sophia script and rose-gold foil lettering for understated sophistication. Try the “Evangeline” invitation suite designed by Kyle Laatsch for Bella Figura for a gorgeous request your guests can’t wait to accept. Leafy vines and intricate calligraphy twine their way throughout, while a black and gold save-the-date card pairs perfectly with a traditional black and white invitation suite.
(Above) It’s calligraphy at its finest. RSVP uses a whimsical font that allows for a dramatic use of space, while the muted gray lettering looks oh-so-right with classic cream cardstock. A bold font draws the eye to the details you need to know, offering a fun preview of your wedding personality.
(Below) Who needs ink? RSVP’s “Grant” invitation suite by Jessica Downs for Bella Figura uses two-ply charcoal-gray invitations with bold embossing to inventively inform partygoers. Send the invites in light gray “bella” envelopes for a new take on traditional white. Treat guests to a clean, newspaper-inspired design featuring block lettering—charming, legible yet sophisticated.
Photography: Tate Carlson
Text: Emily Kerr
Art Direction: Courtney Nielsen