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This Is the New Trend in Wedding Invitations We're Loving Right Now

It's simple yet elegant.
This Is the New Trend in Wedding Invitations We're Loving Right Now
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It's simple yet elegant.

Elegant lines in the form of calligraphy isn’t something new in the wedding industry. How many invites have you received with your name meticulously handwritten in gold ink across the thick envelope?

But we’ve noticed an emerging trend even among celebrity couples: beautiful line art adorning their invites. Here are just a few of them that you can take inspiration from for your own. Plus, artists you can tap (and where to have them printed) if you decide to go with line art for your own wedding invites.

Minimalist Classic

The minimalist look with just their names and tiny leaf illustration looked lovely with gorgeous handmade paper that got the letterpress treatment. Keep your invite classy like Moira Dela Torre and Jason Hernandez’s, complete with an equally elegant serif to match the simple calligraphy.

Couple Portrait

Iza Calzado and Ben Wintle’s monogram featured a line art portrait of the couple. The save-the-date looked stunning even with nothing else but the date of their wedding.

Simple Motif

Got a recurring theme in your wedding collaterals like a tropical print? Go for a simplified illustration of one of the components of your theme and let it shine on your invite.

Memorable Landmark

Did you and your partner meet at a significant place? Why not have the spot illustrated and use it on your save-the-dates? You can even share the story on how you met to give your guests a taste of kilig.

Whimsical

For couples who are artists, why not insert a bit of whimsy to your invites with some hand-drawn doodles onto your envelopes? That’s what Rob Mananquil and Maxene Magalona did with their cute black-and-white invites.

If you’ve already got a Pinterest board filled with design idea but don’t have a clue where to get your invites printed or which artist to tap to create your vision, here are some suggestions:

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Elle Battung

Feanne Hontiveros

Soleil Ignacio

Natural Selection Design

Print Cafe

Alabang Town Center, Festival Mall, Nuvali Solenad 3
ask@printcafeph.com
+632 832 0721

Print Divas

www.printdivas.com
+632 984 8212
+63927 342 4616

Printsonalities

printsonalities.com
hello@printsonalities.com

However, if you’re feeling adventurous and want to experiment making your own invites, there are a lot of resources online that can help you create the invite of your dreams!

Handwritten Fonts

Artist Alessandra Lanot collaborated with Mix Fonts to create Breakfast, Please, a font suite that has elements you can use for your DIY invite.

Line Art Elements

You can check sites like Creative Market for hand-drawn elements that you can mix and match to create your wedding suite. Whether it’s a botanical theme, art deco, or monoline patterns you want to use, there’s something for every couple.

Whatever you decide to go with, just make sure to include a personal element to make the invite you. After all, that’s what will set yours apart from everyone else who will probably get in on the trend, too.

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