With family and friends so often far flung around the world, it’s a smashing idea to bring everyone together once more after the wedding – enter the morning brunch. Thinking about e-vites for brunch the morning after the wedding?
I’ve just had such fun creating this luminous e-vite. The wedding colors are blush and gold. We wanted to do something lighthearted and a bit whimsical – festive bubbles fit the bill. The bride and groom live in Denver, so we thought to reflect that by having mountains in the invitation design. The effect is charming and delicate, almost like a charcoal sketch. We played about with using the actual Denver mountain skyline. I really liked the intimacy this gave. We also created a mountain design with more movement. It was difficult to decide which one to go with as we really liked both designs – each brought something different to the table. It’s surprising how often you can be in two minds about which design to choose. In the end, we decided to use the design that had movement. When thinking about your e-vite for a morning after the wedding brunch, the style and tone could harmonize with the rest of your wedding stationary. Using your wedding colors is a natural.You might also want to be more playful and informal. Another morning after the wedding brunch invitation I designed was able to pick up the hot pink color the bride liked – the invitation itself was traditional calligraphy and the wedding quite formal. It was fun to bring back the exuberant colors with the brunch invitation. In fact, you can create two different looks – a traditional feel for the wedding invitation, menu, place cards and other day-of stationery. You could then let your hair down – a little or a lot – with the invitation to your shower, brunch and other wedding related events. Let me help you get just the right tone for your morning after brunch invitation.