Since I started designing wedding stationery, many couples have mentioned how much they love Walt Disney World. It’s a place that holds countless happy memories for brides, grooms, and their families. Plus, Disney movies can also offer endless inspiration for details, like paper. As I have designed more wedding invitations, I have to admit the Disney wedding invitation suites that excite me the most are the ones that feature subtle details that still act as a nod to a favorite place while also leaving space to spark excitement about the couple’s wedding venue in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and beyond. And today’s suite is exactly that — an ode to Disney with classic details that are fit for a gorgeous, new-to-me South Jersey wedding venue!
Zehavit and Dylan started dating while they were in high school (16 and 17 to be exact!), so their wedding day was years in the making for them and all of their family and friends who joined the celebration. Like other couples before them, they mentioned how much they love Walt Disney World. But then they both said they wanted to make sure they highlighted their venue, Mansion on Main Street, too. It felt like an ideal match!
From the moment I first popped onto their site, I was blown away by Mansion on Main Street. It’s incredible that it’s located in Voorhees because the space and grounds look like they could pop up anywhere across Europe. There are plenty of places for couples to capture photos in the many gardens throughout the property, not to mention there’s a gorgeous stone structure in the background to act as a ceremony altar. Then once couples step inside, they’re met with gleaming chandeliers, plenty of natural light, and beautiful ballrooms. In fact, Mansion on Main Street is equipped to host events with up to 500 guests.
With their Zehavit and Dylan’s love for Disney and their venue in mind, I set out to create a suite that truly encapsulated both. The suite began with the “Once Upon a Time” envelope liner that greeted guests when they opened their wedding mail. Then everyone happened upon the wax seal of Cinderella’s castle before the full laser cut suite was revealed. “Happily Ever After” set the tone at the top of the main invitation piece, and the swirls of the script text matched the “gate” of the laser cut opening. Once they were ready to RSVP, “Be Our Guest” was noted on the details card.
Between the soft lavender, white, and silver color palette and the thoughtfully placed Disney details, this suite felt romantic, elegant, and fit for a Mansion on Main Street wedding day. I think you will agree after you peruse the captures taken by Haley Richter Photography.