Get the Look: Custom Wedding Save-the-Date Alterations to ‘Modern Laurel’

Halloween is upon us, and we’re dreaming up a darkly elegant wedding evening. We’re inspired by a handful of classical moody imagery for this latest post in our ongoing Alterations series. Starting with a save-the-date from one of our classic wedding invitation suites, we’ve mixing with the macabre to create a custom wedding save-the-date Alfred Hitchcock himself would love!

custom-wedding-save-the-dateSave-the-Date from Kleinfeld Paper  ||  Table Setting from Dabito via The Jungalow ||  Cake from Williams-Sonoma  ||  Hair from Julie Parker Photography via HMS Blog ||  The Tulip Staircase (Queens House) via Veranda

Set the scene with a classy if slightly sinister table setting. You might find Ichabod Crane himself seated beside you! Dish up a slice of red velvet cake frosted in black roses; catch a glimpse of the bride in tightly coiffed curls; ascend a grand spiral staircase like the famous yet dizzying one in the Queens House where it’s said ghosts still haunt today. What a nightmare not to receive this save-the-date!

Custom Wedding Save-the-Date Alterations

  • Changed text color to black
  • Switched paper to ecru
  • Mixed a script typeface with a sans serif
  • Added a round diecut
  • Changed the envelope lining to a pattern gold foil stamped on coal black paper

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Create Your Own Unique Look

It’s easy to create the wedding stationery you want by working with an expert at one of our retail stationery partner stores. Depending on your choice of printing process and paper, our stationery varies in cost. Work directly with a knowledgeable Kleinfeld Paper retail partner who’s familiar with our extensive selection of print capabilities and embellishments so you can create a look you love at a price you can afford!

Bookmark this Blog for more inspiring Alterations in this ongoing series, and check out our Halloween post from last year! You can also find previous Alterations on Pinterest.

 

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