In Print, It’s Personal

Let stationery send a message about your personality and the type of wedding you’re having.

Playful

 

With a custom illustration featuring the bride and groom, this set from the Rifle Paper Co. is fun and distinctive. Hand-painted lettering and scenery details stay true to the youthful theme of the suite. Paper fans serve as wedding programs and put the finishing touch on this playful invitation set.
Stationer: Rifle Paper Co., Winter Park
407-622-7679; riflepaperco.com

Elegant

 

Elegance was clearly the goal of this invitation set from Dragonfly Custom Design. Letter-pressed with silver ink and mounted on cardstock, each piece is adorned with a classical monogram created specially for the bride and groom. Rhinestone gems give a touch of glamour to the suite.
Stationer: Dragonfly Custom Design, Orlando
407-521-2144; dragonflycustomdesign.com

Contemporary

 

The wedding invitation gets an update with this contemporary set from The 2u Collection. An eccentric font for headers shaded in bold colors pops from the speckled cardstock, and illustrated foliage throughout the suite gives it a modern twist. The green satin ribbon and a copper embellishment add even more eye-catching details.
Stationer: The 2u Collection, Altamonte Springs
407-574-5602; 2ucollection.com

Formal

 

For the black-tie attire wedding comes this formal suite designed by Maureen H. Hall Stationery and Invitations. The sateen ribbon and lustrous cardstock give a bit of an edge to the timeless set, but the intricate typography, which so closely resembles calligraphy, keeps the invitation and its parts traditional.
Stationer: Maureen H. Hall Stationery and Invitations, Winter Park
407-629-6999; maureenhallinvitations.com

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