Whenever a couple mentions they’re interested in incorporating laser cut details into their wedding invitations, I always feel extra excited to dive in! The addition of laser cut creates yet another layer of romance and luxury for any design, and I always feel just as eager as my couples and their guests to see the final result. Fortunately, Joy and Nicholas were as excited as I was to weave laser cut into their suite!
When they were teenagers, Nick spotted Joy and had wanted to meet her. Though their initial meeting didn’t happen, they were brought back together for a blind date in June 2009. Joy said she knew right away that Nick was the one! They learned they both love spending time outside hiking and kayaking, and they also love watching movies and getting together with friends. While planning their wedding, they were quick to decide on the Manor House at Prophecy Creek.
Their Montgomery County wedding venue is known for its garden-like setting and expansive grounds. Plus, there’s also plenty of rustic texture throughout its 80 acres. When we were looking for inspiration, we knew we wanted to pull from the flowers on the grounds. So, we added florals to two corners of their wedding invitation suite and throughout the inserts!
To allow the suite to have a romantic feel, we also turned to a digitally printed script font for their names and paired that with a soft, block font for the rest of the details. Plus, all of the paper featured torn edges. The laser cut fold kept everything tucked inside, and the suite was wrapped in vellum and held together with a two-letter monogram wax seal.
Haley Richter Photography captured all of the details, and I think you’re going to love Joy and Matt’s suite as much as I do!