Invitation from Kleinfeld Paper || Dress by Christian Siriano for Kleinfeld Bridal || Cake from The Knot || Aisle from Johnny Miller via Martha Stewart Weddings || Shoes from Woodward+Rick via Style Me Pretty
Color is personal and playful, and often a central theme in wedding invitations. At Kleinfeld Paper, we make it easy to tailor your wedding stationery for the colors you want for your wedding day. We understand you may choose (or reject!) a design simply because of how it’s shown, so it’s important to know you can usually change the color of text, typography, and many design elements. In this post, you can see the impact color has to create an entirely new look. We’ve transformed ‘Ombre’ from our new Modern wedding collection just by making a few color changes.
This design features watercolor dip-dye artwork that echoes the same range of pink hues inspired by a high-style wedding gown and florals adorning a modern-style cake and ceremony aisle. We kept the same design, printing process, and paper, but changed the ink color, artwork color, and envelope lining.
Customize Modern Wedding Invitations with Color
Here are the 3 simple color alterations we made to Ombré:
- Changed typeface and monogram color
- Changed artwork color
- Switched to a silver glitter Envelope Lining
To view our full color palettes and to explore all the possibilities in paper, printing, and customization options, consult with a Kleinfeld Paper retailer. Also, you can find previous Alterations from this series on Pinterest. Bookmark this Blog for more inspiring wedding day looks!