Kleinfeld Paper makes it easy to create elegant wedding invitations no matter what the season. Classic designs lend themselves to many styles, and a full menu of print and paper selections, plus additional customization options available in-store, work well for a range of budgets. In this week’s invitation alteration, we’ve transformed ‘A Simple Vow’ into the perfect fall wedding invitation. We think you just might fall in love!
Wedding Invitation from Kleinfeld Paper || Vineyard from Meagan Ramirez via Wedding Party App || Shoes from Per Pixel Photo via Style Me Pretty || Cake from Favorite Cakes || Groom from Emily Merrill via Snippet and Ink
We were inspired by seasonal elements so unique to fall, from venue to flowers and even shoes, to create a stunning fall wedding invitation. A casual typeface in grey loosens the formality of the look. Inspired by harvest blooms and warm earthy tones, we put a foil accent on the bride and groom’s names and added a copper shimmer paper for the envelope envelope lining. This wedding invitation alteration sets expectations for a romantic fall wedding day!
Fall Wedding Invitation Alterations
Here’s 5 alterations we made to create this seasonal wedding invitation:
- Changed text color to grey
- Switched to a less formal sans-serif typeface
- Chose a large script type for the bride and groom
- Added a gold foil pass to accent the names
- Changed to a shimmer copper envelope lining
Create Your Own Seasonal Wedding Invitations
It’s easy to get the look you want by working with an expert at one of our retail stationery partner stores, including our own Kleinfeld Paper boutique in Manhattan. If you’re already planning a trip to Kleinfeld’s for your wedding dress, be sure to make an appointment with a Kleinfeld Paper Invitation Specialist. Or, for something closer to home, find a retailer near you to discuss the look and style of your wedding day.
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