Whenever I talk with other wedding professionals, I’m always curious to hear the styles of weddings their couples are drawn to the most during each season. This year, the consensus is classic soirees, and I do hope they’re here to stay! You can never go wrong with classic and timeless and elegant. All three add beauty to any celebration and luxury to any stationery suite, including the pieces I designed for Victoria and Joshua.
V+J were married on July 21 at the William Penn Inn. If the venue sounds familiar, it’s because I mentioned it last week when sharing about Staci and Matthew’s wedding invitation, and today we’re back once again! Victoria and Joshua chose to host both their ceremony and reception at this historic Gwynedd, Pennsylvania venue, and I can only imagine it was a wonderful decision. The William Penn Inn has beautiful outdoor gardens for ceremonies and portraits, plus there are spacious ballrooms located inside. If you’re searching for a space that offers indoor and outdoor options, the William Penn Inn might be perfect for you!
With such a classic location, I turned to a palette of ivory, gold, and blush. Together, the palette was lovely, as always, and I thought the triple layer – ivory card stock with gold shimmer, gold, and shimmery blush pink card stock – looked feminine and romantic, especially when the text was added digitally onto the top ivory layer. I applied the same layered treatment to the monogram square that acted as the final touch to the outer bellyband, I popped the inserts in the back of this clutch style invitation, and I mailed the completed suite inside of a shimmery blush envelope.