Another gorgeous invitation suite. So soft and luxurious. What a beautiful ensemble for guests to open!
What a beautiful couple these two are. Natalie and Brad were married at the beautiful Bakersfield Museum of Art. Such a romantic and elegant setting. Many friends and family completed this gorgeous couples wonderful day. I wish them all the best in life! More from the bride in the images below.
From the Bride:
“There is so much detail that goes into making the perfect invitation and to have someone like Maria, who met with me multiple times to figure exact colors, styles, fonts, design and wording was such a blessing. I remember the evening I picked up the final invitations from Maria and brought them home. I went to bed shortly after, but had to get out of bed twice to go into the kitchen and turn on the light and stare at the invitation again and again, because I loved them so much! I felt like a five-year old with a new Christmas toy.”
“My invitations were one of my favorite things about my wedding and one of my favorite keepsakes from the wedding. My family and friends were texting me as soon as they got them in the mail to tell me how beautifully they matched ME and my style. The funny thing is, even as well as I think I know my own style, I would not have been able to come up with something this gorgeous without Maria’s help. I would highly recommend Maria and All in the Invite for your wedding invitations.”
I’m excited to be sharing with you a little sneak peek of a wedding invitation set I had the pleasure to design recently. This is for the wedding of Adrianna and John.
Now while I can’t share the finished set with you just yet (but soon!) here is one of the designed pieces. Their chosen colors are absolutely stunning and work really well together; Sapphire Blue, Orange Flame and Silver. All metallic colors and a paisley print. I’m in love with their idea for wedding favors! Too bad I can’t show you just yet!
The picture below is from their engagement session captured by Daniel Boone photography and judging by his other work the wedding pictures are going to turn out fabulous! We can’t wait to see it! See even more of their adorable session right here.
But first have to thank Linda Rangel of Rangel Catering and Events for recommending me to her client. Ofelia Caballero is one of the most easy-going brides I’ve had the pleasure of working with. Not only is she getting married but she’s a recent graduate of Cal-State. Her bridal shower invitation is consistent with the colors of her wedding. She’s getting married Saturday….so wedding invitation will be posted afterwards…Congratulations Ofelia!
Green is such an adaptable color. Think about it: a spring wedding party can wear radiant emerald-green, a summer event can be shades of grass and lime, a fall party can take on many different tones of olive with browns and golds, and a winter wedding can use evergreens as stunning centerpieces.
A bridal bouquet made up of yellow and white gerbera daisies, green Hypericum berries, white freesia, green roses, and lime button mums
Yellow painted tin buckets to line the bridal isle
A bright yellow fondant wedding cake with a lime green polka dot ribbon accent
Elegant, & Simple Tablescape
A Max Azria draped gown in a brilliant lime color. This is elegant, classy and a stand-out piece!
Lime Green & Yellow Flower Cupcakes
Carry the green throughout your event by creating a dessert buffet to surround the wedding cake.
Gorgeous strapless dress with an empire waist insert. A-line skirt with a bow-tie back
Purple and silver are oh so pretty!
You can choose to pair rich purple hues with silver and blue as in this color inspiration board. Purple can work for a summer wedding. You can go with light purple tones for summer (lilac, lavender, or orchid) or you can go with a deeper purple and lighten it up with lighter accent shades in white or silver.