When I first met with bride-to-be Jessica back at the beginning of the year, I asked her what design motifs she liked best. Her list included preppy, navy and white, chevrons, stripes and a monogram. Above all, she wanted something that felt timeless but would work for a summer beach wedding. The wedding suite that resulted combined all of those requests. The bright white and navy were a perfect combination of timeless and preppy, and the monogram fit the look she wanted perfectly. In order to keep the invitation itself more traditional, she opted to include the chevron pattern on a custom envelope liner. The back of the RSVP card features a large version of the same monogram, which, along with the chevron liner, is the first thing a guest sees when they open the envelope. By matching the envelope color, liner color and invitation color, we were able to create a seamless look. The finishing touch was professional calligraphy that was completed locally.
Personally, I love the way the liners turned out and am excited to try different color and pattern variations for future projects. What motif would you put on a liner?
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