LunarInk.com offers the latest in new wedding invitation styles and trends. These two new wedding invitations are completely transparent with a fun and elegant flourish design printed in white or black ink. All enclosure cards are on white, black or aqua cards and feature matching flourish designs. You can place your order or order a sample by clicking on an invitation below.
Are you looking for the newest trend in wedding invitations? If so, check out these five wedding invitations that feature a deckled edge. A deckled edge is an uneven, feathery edge on a piece of paper. This edge is most commonly found on parchment invitations; however, other papers may also have deckle edges. So check out these five wedding invitations and click on the name of the invitation for more information, and how to order.
Create a layered invitation with this ecru invitation card with deckled border. An ecru card is layered on a shimmer, navy backer card. $340.00 for 100 invitations.
This ecru invitation with golden deckled edges will announce your wedding beautifully. $184.90 for 100 invitations.
Create a layered invitation with this ecru invitation card with deckled border featuring a royal design at the top. Ecru card is layered on a shimmer, mocha backer card. Design cannot be changed or removed and will be printed in the same ink color as your wording. $280.00 for 100 invitations.
The shimmery deckled-edge adds flair to your invitation wording, which will be printed in your choice of lettering style on this ecru card. $159.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
This bright white, top-fold invitation features two silver die-cut hearts with your names directly below. The silver deckled edge adds to the appeal of this invitation. Choose from several lettering styles and ink colors to add a personal touch to this charming invitation. $162.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
Whether you love a trendy turquoise shade or a mysterious deep blue, here are my top 10 picks for blue wedding invitations. After all every wedding needs something old, something new; something borrowed and something blue!
This luxurious, bright white, tea-length wedding invitation features a Moroccan-themed design in a rich color scheme of oceanside blue and eggplant. The Moroccan design is printed at the left with your wording printed to the right, separated by your initial printed at the center.
$212.00 for 100 invitations.
This lagoon blue wedding invitation card features a trendy but elegant flourish design and a black ribbon tied above your wording.
$188.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
This full-color, wedding invitation card features two love birds nestling on green and white branches on top of an aqua background.
$215.00 for 100 wedding invitations.
The unmistakable style of this white wedding invitation is sure to leave a lasting impression. A decorative monogram design adds the perfect touch of class to this card.
$198.00 for 100 invitations.
The light, whimsical hue of aqua with a touch of shimmer makes this wedding invitation the perfect start for your day! Your choice of names or monogram are printed on the front of this top-fold invitation which features double, bright white envelopes.
$188.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
Color flows on this brilliant wedding invitation! Striking shades of water make your wording stand out on a bright white background.
$240.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
Love birds nestle close to each other on the front of this ecru, gate-fold wedding invitation. Leaves of taupe and brown ink and copper foil grace the branches. Separate the birds to reveal a light teal invitation insert card. Also, on the inside right of the wrap you will find the love birds together again flat printed in shades of brown.
$305.00 for 100 wedding invitations.
Value style and save with this bright white, wedding invitation card featuring a contemporary circle design in lagoon and ghost on the front and lagoon circles on the back. The free matching respond cards feature the same lagoon and ghost design on the front.
$159.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
Value style and save with this bright white wedding invitation card featuring a filigree design in the background color of your choice on the front and back. The free matching respond cards feature the same design on the front.
$159.90 for 100 wedding invitations.
This short-fold, shimmering, midnight blue wedding invitation has a color and style as unique as you! The cover features a diagonal edge with satin ribbon in the color of your choice. Your names are printed beside the cover’s edge. All enclosures will be printed on the matching midnight blue shimmer paper and sold separately.
$380.00 for 100 wedding invitations.
This wedding invitation article will help you get familiar with how invitations fold. As you have seen from our website, there are hundreds of different invitation styles. I hope this article helps you to make the right choice in wedding stationary. As always. feel free to contact me with your questions and comments.
How do wedding invitations get folded?
Wedding invitations can be folded in many different ways. The type of fold is often a part of their design. Here are some glossary terms from Carlson Craft with examples of each style. For more glossary terms visit http://lunarink.cceasy.com/CCFAQ.cfm#glossary
Invitation cards do not fold, your wording is printed on the front.
Invitation folders are folded once, either to create a top or side fold. Your wording is printed on the front.
A sheet of paper folded twice to create a four-paneled invitation is considered French-folded. This fold is most common with parchment invitations.
A short-fold is created when a sheet of paper is folded once, not exactly in half, forming an invitation with a short front panel and longer back panel.
A tri-fold is created when a sheet of paper is folded twice to form a three-paneled invitation. Both outside panels are folded inward to cover the center panel.
A z-fold is created when a sheet of paper is folded twice in accordion fashion to form a three-paneled invitation.
For those of you who have an upcoming wedding and are shopping for your wedding stationary, you may be a little confused. Here is my first article in a series on Wedding Invitations 101.
When you are looking for a wedding invitation, no matter whether its DIY or printed for you, look at the paper. Most stationers have samples either in the store or you can order a sample. Take the time to really get the feel of the card stock your stationer is offering. Its worth the time and investment to do so.
Quality card stock is an important part of selecting your wedding invitation. No matter the color of your card stock it should have a heavy feel to it. So before buying a DIY invitation set. See if you can see and feel the paper before buying it. It will be easy to tell if your wedding invitation is DIY, if the card stock is not of a high quality.
At Lunar Ink, we have samples available for both of our invitations brands Carlson Craft and Birchcraft. To order a sample, click on the appropriate button for the type of invitation you are interested in.
If your heart is set on making your own wedding invitations, we have many DIY kits starting at $29.99 that can help you. The paper is the same as our regular wedding invitations, you just provide the printer and the assembly. We also have many options that are budget friendly as well. Our Carlson Craft Simply Sensible Wedding Invitations, Budget Packages, and Value with Style Invitations, will meet your needs.
With our Simply Sensible lines of invitations, you can order wedding invitations as low as $36.90 for 100 invitations. These budget friendly invitations come in multiple styles, colors and price ranges. There is something for everyone. So good luck and best wishes to all of you and we hope you enjoy shopping with us!
Stay tuned for my next article “Wedding Invitations 101 part 2” on invitation folding styles and thermography.