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Blue & White Wedding Invitation

Chloe & William

Inspired by the beauty of antique Chinese Ceramics and luxurious baroque motifs of fashion week, we custom hand painted a lace motif in lush blue and white watercolors which spanned all pieces in the suite from invitation and rsvp to a deep blue sleeve. The mix of varying painted shades of blue and white adds visual interest and conveys a truly handcrafted feel.

Since we are a studio specializing in custom work, we put together custom pricing for each project. For your convenience, below is a brief summary of the starting prices for both our collection and custom suites:

• $2,000 is the starting price for pre-existing designs for a 4-piece suite in 1-letterpress color. Suites with additional embellishments such as foil stamping, laser cut sleeves, pocket folders, etc. start at a higher price point of $3,000 and up.

• Custom invitations start at $2,750 for a 4-piece suite in 1-letterpress color.

• For budgets in the $1,000 range, many of our designs can be adapted to a economical price point using flat printing.


Note: A 4-piece suite includes Invitation, Reply Card, Outer Envelope and Reply Envelope. However a suite can be customized to your needs. Most pre-existing designs you see, whether it be from our custom page or collection page, can be made into a ready to order set

To receive a more detailed estimate based upon your stationery needs or to schedule a consultation (by appointment only), please contact us at:

[email protected]

(212) 696-6624 - phone

The Details

Our blue and white invitations truly come to life with all the carefully considered details woven into the fabric of each of our designs. Explore the details in this suite.

 

Watercolor floral and lace motif De cut invitation card with letterpress printing Rsvp card detail Blue monogram typography Watercolor and paper texture Blue and white typography with script

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Custom Process

Our custom process is as unique and creative as our finished pieces themselves. Take a look below to see how we brought our client's vision to life.

The Inspiration

We invite you to explore our inspiration and moodboard for how this blue and white wedding invitation design came to fruition. You’re also welcome to view our creative process to dig deeper into our exclusive design process.

Simple and elegant wedding inspiration

Sketches

We began the process with some different invitation and sleeve directions all centering around the idea of delicate lace and florals.

Blue and white watercolor design sketches

Illustration

We created a custom watercolor illustration of a lace motif rendered in blue and white watercolor. We looked to Chinese ceramics and pottery for inspiration when creating our custom painting.

Blue and white watercolor painting
Watercolor lace illustration

Design Extension

Once the look and feel were defined, we embarked on the process of extending the design to all the pieces in the invitation suite as well as to accompanying stationery such as menus, escort cards and more…

Watercolor and woodgrain tags, menus and table cards

Details, details, details

Every element and detail in the suite is carefully considered. We added our custom designed motif to all of the cards including the reply card.

Watercolor and graphic design process

Final Design

At the end of the creative process, after all edits and refinements are made, the full suite comes to life in the hands of our expert team of printers and craftsmen.

Mill House wedding invitation
Ready to get started?

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you and design your invitations and stationery! Contact us for more information and to schedule an appointment by phone or in person.

Blue and white watercolor lace wedding invitation | By Atelier Isabey