Wedding Invitation Suite + Envelope Liner

Wedding Invitation Suite

Well, it is now six weeks until the wedding date, which means invitations must be sent out! Proper etiquette suggests sending out invitations six to eight weeks prior to the date, giving people plenty of time to plan accordingly. So, we’re just barely making the cut! When I was deciding upon what kind of invitation to pick, I wanted it to be a reflection of the wedding theme. This is when making a wedding inspiration board comes in handy! These days, there are so many different options to choose from when it comes to invitations,  but I knew I wanted something classic as opposed to trendy. Luckily, Minted came to the rescue, and I found the perfect option. In addition, one of our interns, Ana, created the most beautiful floral envelope liner to add the finishing touch!

Click here to download the envelope liner!

Wedding Invitation Suite

I love the look of letterpress invitations and Minted had plenty of options. They also feature a customization option which allowed me to change the font and the ink color so that I could tailor it to fit perfectly with my color scheme and Scandinavian garden theme. I chose the Wanderlust Wreath Letterpress wedding invitations and could not be happier with them! The paper is thick and wonderful quality and all the printing is perfection. They have a few different options for inserts as well, including direction cards, RSVP cards, etc.. They also included complimentary vellum sheets which added a lovely touch.

Wedding Invitation Suite

In true Lars fashion, I decided the invitations needed a little something extra. We remedied that concern with the prettiest floral envelope liner to slip inside. It incorporates all the wedding colors and really sends home the Scandinavian garden theme with a mixture of florals. I absolutely LOVE the way it ties everything together! I want to share the love, so we’re offering the liner as a free downloadable printable so you too can fill your letters or invitations with lush florals! There are two downloads we used: The floral pattern and the liner template that we placed over it. If you take the two files to your print shop, they can combine the two and print it out for you! Ours even cut them all with a rounded corner and saved me a lot of hours!

Free Envelope Floral Pattern Here

Free Envelope Liner Template Here

Wedding Invitation Suite

Thank you, Minted, for the beautiful wedding invitations.

Photography by Anna Killian  |  Post by Rebecca Young

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