I’ve been mulling over wedding invitation designs ever since I completed our Save the Dates. There are so many designs to choose from! Should I choose a envelopment enclosure? A stack of cards for each topic? Go simple and leave the rest to our wedding website?
After scouring the web for the past two months, I think I’ve narrowed the packaging down to a final decision: a booklet. I love the idea of creating a mini-book for many different reasons. First off, Mr. Pomegranate and I love to read (I’m now very aware of how much we love to read after unpacking our entire library since our recent move). Secondly, I think it’s a simple way to package the suite of information ensuring that the good stuff won’t get lost in the mix – plus I can create it in a post office friendly size for cheaper postage. Lastly, how could I pass up an opportunity to create my very own wedding invitation booklet after viewing these?!
Mahogany slip-cased booklet by Mina CDG @ Flickr.
Bespoke woodsy postcard themed invitation by Chewing the Cud.
Square hemp-corded booklet invitation by Original Paper Art.
Simple yet gorgeous Information Book Invitation by kswaay@ Flickr.
Absolutely incredible – my dream invitation – Wedding Book Invitation by Ryan Masuga.
Book-inspired sewn invitation from larawysong @ Flickr.
Journey of Love passport-themed wedding invitation booklet by iamanne.
Gorgeous wedding booklet with cardboard and vellum envelope from redtandemstudio @Flickr.
Are you swooning over these booklet invitations? I sure am!