Design Inspiration: Destination Invitations

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We often get asked the question “How can I incorporate my wedding destination (or my wedding venue) into my wedding invitations?”. First of all, just because you aren’t traveling to an exotic tropical destination, doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate elements from your venue or space! From architectural details and maps to city skylines, the possibilities abound! Recently, we’ve seen so many clients look to incorporate their own city skyline into their  invitations that we extended two of our popular NYC designs (our Gotham and Madison) to encompass other cities as well! I’ve also taken the time to outline some unexpected ways that you can incorporate your own unique destination into a custom wedding invitation. Hint: It’s not necessarily having an iconic landmark on the invitation card (though that works too!).

 
 

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Here are a couple more examples. Watercolor painted area maps are great to get a splash of color! You can also go more classic and opt for a look that’s more hand engraved like old etchings from the 1900s!

 

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Last but not least, due to popular demand, we’re so excited to unveil a brand new range of cityscapes in our Gotham and Madison designs. Our New York City designs were such a hit, we wanted to share them with couples getting married all over the country and the world!
 
 
These designs now boast a range of iconic cityscapes! In the US we have San Francisco, Chicago, Washington DC, Brooklyn and (of course) New York! Internationally, we’ve added Shanghai, Paris, London, Rome, Vienna, Toronto, Sydney and Moscow!
 
 

Looking to illustrate your city? Give us a buzz and let us know where you’re getting married and we can make one just for you!

 

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For more ideas and examples of our custom luxury wedding invitations,
Check out our portfolio!

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