Even if you're not getting married in Paris, Montmartre is perfect for couples who embody the romance of the City of Light. Available in a range of colors, this design perfectly balances modern tastes and old world charm.
he Pulp Romance series offers four styles of faux magazine covers from the Golden Era of adventure stories. These colorful collections promised sensational action, belly laffs and passionate love stories -- just like your wedding!
The Pulp Romance invitations are available in four delicate shades -- or just choose your own background color by filling in the box below!
A geometric wedding invitation that's equally inspired by Art Deco prints and Saul Bass title sequences! That's how we would describe Terra, a bold design that's perfect for couples who have their heads in the clouds and their feet on the ground!
Be sure to see the other entries in our Deco Alchemy series: Aqua, Ignis and Aer.
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Like a garden exploding in color, Summer Blooms is perfect for vibrant outdoor affairs. Inspired by Mid-Century masters of illustration like Buckham, Tauss and Whitmore, this design sets a tone of relaxed elegance.
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If you're looking for something fun but also a bit mysterious, Harrowgate is for you. With ironwork that could be found decorating the background of an Edward Gorey story, Harrowgate is perfect for outdoor events in ancient surroundings. Note that the couple's initials are worked into the gate itself!
When only the coolest, cleanest design will do, look no further than Domineux. Reminiscent of classic millinery and parfumerie packaging, this design can be customized through the addition of any highlight color that you specify!
For those looking for light-hearted wedding invitations with a darkly comic twist, we present W.O.A. Mimicking the last document you're ever issued, W.O.A. features many hand drawn fonts and elements that embody Mid-Century gothic charm. Just the thing for couples who enjoy a healthy dose of gallows humor!
Inspired by the title of a 1960s gothic romance novel, Dark Cypress is a playful mix of mystery and melodrama. Taking cues from Richard Scary, MCM oil paintings, and Leo and Diane Dillon, Dark Cypress is perfect for those who understand the allure of the midnight forest.
A wedding invitation named after a cocktail, named after an artillery shell! French 75 looks as much at home in an Belle Époque cafe as it does in a Carnaby Street doorway circa '66. Unique hand drawn elements and fonts form a design that is both simple and complex -- just your kind of contradiction!
The invitation accent color is completely customizable! (See the image enlargement for an example.) Just tell us your color of choice in the form below.
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If you're looking for a striking invitation that gently hints instead of demands, Decho is just the thing. Stacked watercolor frames evoke the geometric patterns of the Art Deco period while fonts add to the three dimensional effect. Simple, elegant, cosmopolitan. The optional insert features a perforated RSVP that allows your guests to detach the RSVP to return to you and keep the enclosure details.
For those whose relationship resembles a fine Beaujolais, there is L’Hôtel Particulier. As cool as Carrera marble on a hot Bastille Day afternoon, this design reminds us of the mystery waiting to be explored with the one you love.
Part of the Royal Steamline Celebration Series, Shindig keeps things cool and breezy. A perfect invitation for Mid-Century modern affairs where friends and family will gather to hoist a highball to toast the happy couple!
Much like the 19th-century skirt support it's named after, Crinoline produces a light and decorative framework from interwoven lines. This style is perfect for couples seeking a minimal design with hand-drawn appeal.
Shining as bright as an arc light at a movie premiere, Silver Screen announces your wedding with elegant fanfare. Filled with Old Hollywood charm, this is the perfect design for stylishly anachronistic couples.
Perfect for lovers of vintage vinyl (and all its nostalgia and charm), The Hi-Fi Set is just the thing for a wedding filled with dancing, toasts and laughter. Whether you prefer Motown or Saddle Creek (or both!), this design perfectly suits music lovers looking for just the thing to set the right tone. (Be sure to view the detail enlargements to see just a sampling of all the customized markings that reflect you and your wedding date!)
Chiffon embodies more than the soft, elegant touch of its namesake fabric. This design style is for couples who balance the easy glamour of an old Hollywood supper club with the adventure of a Mid-Century Paris fashion show.
Our loving tribute to an inimitable master of mystery and the macabre, Hitched bears a striking resemblance to the opening titles of the eponymous television series. With a style that could be described as Mid-Century Gothic, this is a wonderful way to set the scene for a lighthearted event that likes to keep one foot in the grave!
The Celebration Series goes country with Hootenanny! It doesn't matter if you prefer singing cowboys, honky tonk or good ol' rock 'n roll, Hootenany's just the thing for a rousing barn dance or an intimate event under the old willow tree.
Doffing our cap to Mr. Escher, a single woodcut plays a triple role here: rolling waves, lofty clouds and a reedy beach at midnight. Perfect for whimsical couples who appreciate the ethereal, Ship to Shore sends a message out of a dream.
Following our original Bookplate Series, Eudora is one of four new invitations further inspired by noteworthy women writers. These new designs just might reflect the style and spirit of their namesakes even more closely! Strong, dynamic, inspirational!
In our typical fashion, the Royal Steamline Wireless Series reflects a unique blend of styles and periods; Victorian corner pieces frame Edwardian accents while surrounding Bauhaus-era fonts. These designs suggest a lighthearted affair that still retains an air of glamour, civility and mystery.
Echoing the classic signs found outside of Mid-Century boutiques from Paris to Beverly Hills, Sign O' The Times announces your wedding via a playful melange of ironwork that might also be seen in the opening credits of a Doris Day picture! A perfectly fun way to announce your vintage wedding with a twist!
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