3 Celebrity weddings and we’re just halfway through the year! Their own kind of quirky, they’re 2014′s crème de la crème of celebrity weddings and we couldn’t be happier to share our part of the magic!
1. First up on the list is Drew & Iya. It has kicked off the year of gorgeous weddings right. What better way to announce a couple’s union than with the perfect wedding invitation?
Drew & Iya’s invite just oozes with cute and unconstrained joy. The blue is both bright and bold as how they are –not meant to blend in but meant to stand out! The letterpressed illustration gives depth to the adorable main invite illustration. The charm seeps through the invite suite with illustrated representations on the map and the attire cards! The map even includes crucial stopovers near the venue, just to make sure you won’t miss anything on the way.
2. Next is Yael & Karylle. Made with an air of sincerity and purity, it was also the perfect combination of demure and enigmatic.
Extending this swirl of good feelings, is their wedding invite. It’s got a vintage mail feel to it–with the subtle incorporation of reds and blues, twine to fasten the cards together and the kraft envelope that perfectly ties the look together. Giving it a modern twist, InkScribbler has combined the vintage theme with clean typography and illustrations.
“Dahil kilala na kita, handa na akong kilalanin ka pa. Dahil kasama na kita, ang nais ko lang makasama ka pa”
It’s truly romantic! It was later revealed that the lines are from Sponge Cola’s new song, Singapore Sling (Dahil Kilala na Kita) which you can catch in Yael & Karylle’s wedding video.
3. To wrap up the list, is Echo & Kim. Youthful and sweet could be the best words to describe it. It was a very lighthearted celebration of the “beginning of their forever and ever love.”
Their wedding invitation radiates the same lighthearted vibe as they do –a charming pastel color palette with dainty illustrations. The minimalism of the design gives the words, space to breathe; you can almost take in the picture it tries to paint: clear skies, white beaches and seafoam, the blushing couple, and color of the sky as the sun starts to set. A unique feature of this set is the RSVP card that is shaped like a surfboard to show the couple’s love for the sport.
We can learn from these invitation suites that sometimes less could really be more. Wedding invitations have more to it than what most people know; It takes a great amount of attention to detail, an immense love for paper and appreciation for the print process involved.