Our newest beach wedding destination design is loaded with falling starfish and little hearts on a pretty light blue color. If you like the square wedding invitation style, the confetti design fits perfectly to decorate the top of our 5.25 inch cards.
So far we have also made tall (4×9 inch) invitations as well and plan to make more to match these invitations. The popular mix of pink and gray colors was what we began with and will continue with reply cards, postage, and other items as we go.
We’ve used various font styles for a casual look and if you like it, all info will need to be typed into the template area in capital letters. The bride’s and groom’s names are script text to stand out on the card. We will happily change the wording to accommodate your personal needs. And don’t forget to choose a specialty paper type – metallic ice would make this card shimmer!
To view this new line of wedding stationery please visit the Sandpiper Wedding store.
- Bold RSVP With Menu in Black and White (sandpiperwedding.wordpress.com)
This save-the-date was custom designed for a customer who wanted a combination of two different designs she saw in our store. We incorporated the “gift box” image on the front with a photo template on the back with a unique set up of the template lines of text.
The light blue color and brown and blue starfish make a pretty, tropical theme for any destination wedding announcement.
- Starfish Couple Save-the-Date Announcements in Light Blue (sandpiperwedding.wordpress.com)
- Married at Christmas – Tropical Thank You Cards From the Newlyweds (sandpiperwedding.wordpress.com)
Usually used for wedding invitations or anniversary celebrations, monogrammed postage is a classy addition to the envelope.
The light blue, starfish couple on this small, custom stamp contains two sets of initials as an example of how to set up a monogram when the Bride will be keeping her last name. In this case her first and last initials would be together and then the Groom’s first and last.
If the Bride will take the Groom’s last name the traditional way to monogram postage (or other items) with three initials is to put her first name initial to the left, his first name initial to the right, and the married last name initial in the center. Usually the middle initial is larger than the other two.
Another option is to use one single initial, which would be the married last name letter only.
If you are still confused, or need more options, please read this article at e-How: “How to Monogram a Gift“.