Rockleigh Country Club Wedding Invitation

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The inspiration for this Rockleigh Country Club wedding invitation came from the chandeliers and gold accents in the venue’s ballroom. We showcased the elegance the bride and groom were aspiring to portray throughout the day, starting with the save the date and carrying it throughout the invitation, program and all other wedding day stationery.

Details of this invitation include gold thermography printing, gold painted edges and rounded corners. Rounded corners always add a touch of unexpected elegance!

We enjoyed working with the bride and groom on their wedding stationery, and it sure was an unforgettable and elegant affair!

IT ALL STARTS WITH THE INVITATION!

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I often hear brides say that they don’t want to spend a lot of money on their invitations. Or that they don’t really care about what their invites look like because it’s ‘just an invitation’. Well, it really is so much more than ‘just an invitation’! The invitation truly does set the mood for your wedding! It is the first part of the journey to your big day that your guests will see – and your invitation will either get them excited to see what else is to come along the way, or it will just make them feel like your wedding is another obligation on their list of things to do, people to see, places to go!

No one is saying you need to spend a fortune on your invites, but you at least should create something that will make people look at it for more than a second!

Some tips for a successful invite:
– make it reflect your personality and the type of wedding you plan on having
– triple check for spelling errors
– make sure the font and typesize you select is easy to read
– don’t be afraid of color, even if it’s just a hint of color
– flat printing can look just as pretty as thermography and letterpress, and is only half the cost
– don’t spend a fortune on hand calligraphy for your envelopes – computer calligraphy is just as pretty and much less expensive

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So put some time into creating that invite, and see how exciting it will be when you start getting the text messages and/or phone calls that you’re invitation is the nicest invitation they’ve even seen!

Happy Planning!!