With baby's breath featuring in their floral arrangements and
bouquets, Abbie requested a rustic design featuring this delicate
bloom - and here is the result! The baby's breath pattern was
teamed with ivory lace and twine on the formal invite, with the
same pattern then carrying across to their on-the-day stationery.
Tiffany adored the lace styling of our Simple Lace invite - but
wanted to incorporate the olive green tones that would feature on
her wedding day. So we layered a pretty satin ribbon bow over
the lace to add that hint of greenery!
> See our Simple Lace Invite
Christine wanted to incorporate her unique wedding colours,
which featured a palette of soft pastel yellows and purples.
In this unique design, two shades of satin ribbon were used to
form a subtle cross over pattern, combined with modern
typography for a simple yet stylish look.
Angela was drawn to the subtle ivory shades featured on our
Grand Bow Invitation style - but felt the bow wasn't quite for her.
The solution: replacing the bow with a gorgeous diamante buckle
to add a touch of glamour!
> See our Grand Bow Invitation
With a 'Harry Potter' themed wedding, Sharon was inspired by
the Marauder's Map from the movie series. The invite was split
into four folding sections, each magically opening to reveal the
wedding information and details. Printed on a subtle parchment
style paper, the design featured several delicate hand-drawn
elements, combined with vintage inspired typography.
> See our Harry Potter - Marauder's Map Invite
Annmarie loved several elements she had seen on invitations she
had received over the years - and brought her ideas to us to
combine them all together! The result: a formal square folding
design, featuring satin ribbon, a square diamante buckle and a
beautiful ivory embossed paper. Script style fonts and an elegant
monogram finished off this unique design.
With purple being the colour of the day, Michelle wanted the
traditionally royal hue to be the feature in her invitations. A
folding, square metallic violet card formed the basis of the
design, teamed with a luscious purple satin ribbon and crystal
diamante detailing. The hand-written style calligraphy font was
given a rainbow gradient, and was a prominent feature both on
the front, inside and matching stationery items to follow.
Jessica and Robert were after a relaxed style that reflected their
country based setting. The solution: a folding kraft card, with the
information printed on the inside - and a handy location map
printed onto the back. A touch of lace on the front finished off this
simple rustic design.
Suzie adored our thumbprint heart, but felt a basic flat invite
was a little understated. The solution: keeping the original design,
and slipping it into a cute pocket in the same rustic kraft card.
A tag featuring the same thumbprint heart was then wrapped
around the outside of the pocket with twine to complete the look.
Tracey loved the rustic style - but was after something simple to
compliment the couple's casual, laid back nature. A unique
typewriter style font was chosen for their calendar style save the
dates, then used across their other stationery items - with the
invite featuring comical speech bubbles for a sense of fun!
> See our Speech Bubble Bundle
After we designed her daughter's invites a year earlier, Pam was
excited to plan her own wedding - and her own custom invites!
With a sailing club as their venue, blue was chosen as the feature
colour, and was combined with elements from several of our
existing designs, resulting in this gorgeous wallet style, with a
navy pebble belly band and glitter detailing.
At Angelfish Creative, we understand that any one design may not necessarily suit everyone, so we work closely with our clients to bring their ideas into reality.
With a vast range of coloured cardstocks, embossed papers, ribbons, laces, diamantes, graphic elements, typefaces + more to combine - the possibilities really are endless!
And in the process, we can create a truly unique and personalised design that evokes your style and personality. Below is a selection of one-off designs we have created over the years;
so if you haven’t quite found the design you are after, you might like to consider a custom creation.
With a winery based setting for their special day, Jo wanted a
modern, rustic inspired design - and here is the result! Our classic
wallet style in kraft, combined with hand-drawn style wreath
elements, stylish modern fonts and finished with a beautiful,
textured hessian belly band.
> See our Hessian Wallet
Bianca was drawn to the luxury styling the square wallet design
provided, but felt a simple monogram on the front was a little
understated. Featuring an all ivory palette, we completed the
luxe look by adding a gorgeous large satin ribbon bow to the
With a beachside setting, navy hues were the colour palette for
Arnika and Jeremy. The invitation was layered with our gorgeous
embossed pebble paper, and an adorable ribbon twist in the
corner. The same style was then incorporated in their reception
menus and table numbers, adding hints of navy onto each table
Samantha opted for classic black as the feature colour on her
invitations - and here is the result! A beautiful square pocket-fold
design, styled with our pebble embossed paper and a gorgeous
satin ribbon belly band. The black tones were then carried across
to their thank you cards, featuring stunning black + white photos.
Hollie was inspired by watercolour florals and wanted a hint of
lace to match her dress - and here is the end result! A gorgeous
custom wallet style invitation with lace, twine and a cute mini
tag. The watercolour pattern and kraft card was then carried
across her on-the-day stationery to complete the look.
Sara's invites had a little bit more meaning to me than most
- being that of my lifelong best friend! She kept things simple to
compliment their riverfront location - choosing a crisp, white
striped cardstock, with a contrasting rustic kraft tag and a stylish
typewriter style font. The kraft tags again featured on their table
settings, used as double purpose name card and napkin tag.
Tamahae loved the lace on our Simple Lace design - but felt the
overall look was too rustic for their location. The solution:
switching out the kraft card for a metallic silver, and teaming it
with lace in a classic black.
> See our Simple Lace Invite
Rose pink was the colour of the day for Kimberley and Samuel,
and set the palette for this custom design. The couple opted for a
formal square folding style, with lace adorning the front, a side
positioned bow and crystal detailing. The look was completed
with a bold, double border and a modern calligraphy typeface.
With an elegant wedding setting in the UK, Alexandra wanted her
invitation to exude this same sense of sophistication. As an ever-
classic wedding colour, silver was chosen for the base, which was
then layered with satin ribbon, and a stylish pearl cluster. A
graceful, cursive font completed this elegant design.
Hana and Brett wanted to showcase their personalities in their
invitation design - and here is the result! A playful design,
featuring caricatures of the couple, teamed with decorative
elements, pops of red and a beautiful array of hand-written
and modern style fonts.