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Wedding stationery is both functional and a personal reflection of the bride and groom. Color selection, layout, and decorative accents all make a statement about the couple and give guests a taste of what is yet to come at the event. Laser cutting can add interest and dimension to an ordinary invitation and elevate the design to a new level. By incorporating laser cut patterns and motifs throughout wedding stationery, a cohesive look can easily be achieved.
These great examples of laser cut wedding invitation suites all show how laser cutting can be used to create a beautiful tied together collection.
A Modern Classic
This first example is a classic, elegant invitation suite that uses a black and pearl white color scheme to make a statement. A laser cut flower embalm is repeated throughout on the tri-fold invitation, inserts, and thank you card. It simplicity doesn’t overpower the collection, but still adds a unique look that makes this suite personal. Laser cut text is also a great way to subtly incorporate laser cutting into a design.
A pocket holds four removable cards with further instructions for guests. The text and small flower details are laser cut, adding a bit of sophistication to otherwise simple pieces.
Welcoming Autumnal Invite
This autumn inspired wedding invitation suite takes a new approach on classic monogrammed wedding stationery. A monogram, embellished with an intricate leaf pattern, was carried throughout the collection from the invitation to the cupcake wrap and thank you cards. Delicate laser cut branches were also added to the burnt orange insert to carry on the theme. The rich pearlescent paper in warm autumnal tones combined with the ornate laser cut details make this a very welcoming invitation suite.
Laser cut tabs in the shapes of leaves were added to the tri-fold invitation to secure it closed. The laser cut cupcake wrappers are a showstopper that bring the theme of the wedding stationary to the event itself.
Fresh Spring Florals
Lastly, this bright spring wedding invitation suite uses a lime green color scheme with contrasts of black to accentuate intricate laser cut details. Instead of using pockets to hold information cards, this invitation is designed similar to a book, with several printed pages that are each accented by laser cutting. From laser cut bubbles in the champagne glasses to a delicate daisy chain that holds a response card, this example is truly the epitome of a functional, yet highly decorative invitation suite that is sure to wow guests.
The front of the invitation uses a simple monogram accented by graceful floral details that are repeated throughout the pages inside.
We want to know: how are you planning to tie all of your wedding stationery together to create a cohesive look?