If you’re ordering your wedding invitations a la carte, you’re probably facing a lot more decisions than you originally expected. With an entire selection of printed separates to choose from, you might find yourself a little overwhelmed. Which shape do you go with? What kind of envelopes do you need? In today’s blog, we’ll answer the second question.
Since you’re going with separates for your wedding invitations, you can get a little more creative with color choice. You’re not limited to a prescribed three colors, which means you can have different shades for everything, from your wedding invitations to your response cards to the thank you notes to the envelopes. Your envelopes are an easy way to catch attention and set your wedding invitations out from the junk mail and bills that have to be shuffled through.
Get that attention with envelopes in unexpected colors like bronze, bright red, or black. With bold colors like that for your envelopes, you can be a little more subdued with your wedding invitations: try pairing red envelopes with cream wedding invitations (with red ink), black envelopes with pink wedding invitations, or bronze envelopes with shades of ivory or blue.
If attention-grabbing isn’t your style, go for a little more subtlety with envelopes in shades of pale silver or cotton candy pink. These shades have a little bit of shimmer to add spice to your wedding invitations, whether you’re going for bold red or black or simple pretty white. Whether you’re coordinating or getting creative with brighter shades, envelopes are what make your wedding invitations stand out, so choose wisely!