We’re starting a new little series, 3 Looks, in which we’ll take one wedding invitation per month and give it three different looks. We are all about customization here at The American Wedding and we love to see how our brides make our designs their very own by switching up colors, fonts, and papers. This series aims to help you visualize how seemingly simple differences can make your wedding invitations entirely unique to you and your wedding style!
We’re kicking off 3 Looks today with one of our most classic fan favorites: the Grace wedding invitation. This invite is printed in thermography, layered onto a paper of your choice, and tied up in a pretty satin bow.
Suited well for a black-tie affair, many couples are drawn to this timeless black and white combination. Shown: Asphalt shimmer layer, diamond printing paper, black ink, black ribbon.
For a slightly varied look that is still elegant, a monochromatic color scheme is very popular. Shown: Berry shimmer layer, diamond printing paper, black ink (other options available), and plum ribbon.
This last look gives the Grace a whole new feel, perfect for a polished seaside event. Shown: Latte shimmer layer, diamond printing paper, black ink (other options available), and seafoam ribbon.
What colors would choose for this invitation? Find more real stationery photographs on Pinterest!