engagement party invitations.
Confession: half of the reason I wanted to throw this engagement party was so I could design invitations using all my favorite fonts and colors. (Well, that and being able to put all of my greatest pins to work, of course!) Mission accomplished.
Since I only had a short amount of time to spread the word about the party, I just sent the invitation via e-mail to all my guests. As much as I would have liked to have shipped them out the old-fashioned way, the e-mail presentation was easier and it seemed to elicit quicker response times than usual. I can definitely see myself using this method again in the future for impromptu dinner parties and casual get-togethers. Super simple and with way more woodgrain than an evite. Win win.
12 Responses to “engagement party invitations.”
love these! also, random! my best friend got married 2.16.13. her new last name is espinoza 🙂 love them even more!
No way! That is so funny! I’ll be joining the Espinoza club very soon as well 🙂
These invitations are absolutely beautiful!! What an adorable idea of a Valentine’s engagement party!! =)
These are awesome! What fonts did you use?
Thanks! I used Sanchez, Appetite, and Trend.
this is the prettiest invite ever! and that woodgrain background ❤
Any excuse for an invitation… that’s my philosophy. Love everything about these! Puts me in a party mood… maybe it’s time for me to throw a celebration of my own…
This is gorgeous, Ann-Marie! Love the woodgrain and the very cool font choices 🙂
Omg…obsessing! I can’t get over all the gorgeous invites/pl posts! And I’m seeing that specific ampersand everywhere, what font is that?? You’re j&a stamp is to die for.
Love these! The colors look great!
This is a very lovely invitation! If it’s not too much to ask, can you please give me the names of the fonts you used. Thank you! x
Hi! I used Sanchez, Appetite, and Trend.