Today I get to share my favorite invitations by Serendipity! Although I am super excited, it has been quite the challenge to narrow my favorites down to just a few. So I picked my newest favorites!
The first one I chose is one of our newest invites. Based off of an 80’s theme, it brings you back, but it is by no means cheesy. Not only is it featuring the 80’s, but it’s also featuring our new white ink! If you are confused by what white ink means and how it works, here is a link to another blog post that explains all that jazz. The fun doesn’t stop with the white ink though, the party continues on the back with a colored pattern. And the fun keeps going when you find out the RSVP card mimics a cassette tape. This retro themed invite is the first step in creating a casual, exciting wedding with a fun 80’s twist and just remember if you order these invites, you’re going to receive a ton of awesome RSVPs in the mail! You can check these out on our website here.
The next invite I chose is a completely different style, but equally awesome. If 80’s isn’t your thing, then maybe this rustic chic invite will be for you! Old looking paper layered on shimmer card stock and wrapped in lace, ribbon, and jewels.. does it get any better than this? Well wait till you see the RSVP. This lovely couple chose to use one of their engagement pictures for the front and we were able to coordinate it along with their invites as well. What’s more exciting than getting a couple hundred postcards in the mail with your favorite couple on the front?! Well nothing, so that is why this invitation suite is on my wish list! You can see more pictures and information here.
My third favorite invitation suite from Serendipity might just top them all. This vintage wood engraved typography is more than anyone could ever dream of. This invitation is literally engraved onto wood. Need I say more? Well if the whole wood concept doesn’t do it for you, then just know that this invitation was designed for a St. Louis wedding and now I’m sure you are already half way through purchasing this invite. This invite was based off of a vintage poster and although it lost the cheap poster quality, it didn’t lose the fun vibe. Honestly though, I think this invitation would be great for a more casual wedding or even a really fancy wedding. So whether you’re getting married at a winery or the Plaza in New York City, these invitations can be customized to fit your style perfectly! Check them out here.