A year ago, Morgan and Mauro tied the knot at The Channel Club in Monmouth Beach, New Jersey located just down the road from Long Branch- a beautiful location and backdrop for a beach themed wedding.
They chose a soft light colored palette made up of peach, coral and ivory colors, a sophisticated wedding style with a beachy ambiance of starfish and sand to elegantly compliment their theme and décor.
I always enjoy looking at the photos from our couples’ weddings, like Morgan and Mauro’s because it’s such a beautiful treat when you can actually almost feel the vibe of their special day- from the mood of the surrounding colors and being on location to seeing the moments captured on film of the emotions and facial expressions. All of the things thought of and planned coming together, creating an ever so lasting tone, an impression made of what that day was all about and how the memory of it will linger on just the same for years to come.
When creating a custom invitation design, it’s important that I almost jump ahead in my mind to this, my interpretation and vision alongside my couples in order to create and design an invitation that will be reminiscent of those details- what the final outcome and tone of their wedding day will be.
Based on Morgan and Mauro’s wedding style and theme, their invitations were made of pairing together both shimmer and flat cream papers with our soft coral colored stock to mimic that sophisticated and classic look and feel. A design accent of just a simple starfish was placed delicately above the wedding location and appeared larger throughout the design of the ensemble’s enclosure, insert cards but as only just a hint of it’s presence, distant in the background. The outside mailing and rsvp envelopes were designed and printed to match, introducing guests to their beach wedding theme before even opening the actual pocket invitation.
It is now one year later and Morgan and Mauro’s wedding invitation design and color palette is still considered to be both timeless and elegant- an invitation ensemble that had truly ‘set the tone’ for their most special day.