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Lord of the Rings inspired wedding invitations

Posted by Sue Simpson on

When Lex entered the studio and told me she was having a Lord of the rings themed wedding I almost  squealed with delight. 
The one thing that gets my creative juices flowing is something totally unconventional.
After some thought and with the full go-ahead from Lex I decided on a long, thin 4 fold invitation to look like a scroll and with a tear off R.S.V.P. card (important if you want guests to respond quickly). 

Because I wanted it to look like a scroll I decided to order in some parchment effect paper.  and  together we decided on the font colour of green, Kraft envelopes and purely by chance found some green twine at the craft store.

Rather than just adding the twine to fasten everything together I took their initials and changed the J.R.T. into a monogram which looked pretty damn good inserted into a circular tag.

I decided to make the gift request cards that little bit smaller and add them inside the card rather than part of the card. I think they look more subtle this way.

The envelope seals were a little added bonus as it would be rude not to use the monogram a second time and they fit perfectly into the circular label.

Rather than pay for extra printing just for the address on the back of the R.S.v.P.'s I managed to also get hold of these craft coloured stickers.

All in all I had a wonderful time designing and playing around with these invitations and what's more the couple seemed pleased too.

This is what happens when you bounce ideas around with your wedding stationer and you are both singing off the same hymn sheet.

I can't wait to make their on-the-day stationery.

If you like what you see above or have ideas of your own, feel free to contact me and let me know what you are looking for, perhaps I can help.

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