Great Expectations from Invitations
The almighty wedding invitation – something so small makes such an impression. Think about it. The wedding invitation gives your guests their first peek at what to expect from your special day, not only from the enclosed details but from the presentation. Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover. Here are some amazing examples of invitations with a very strong aesthetic. These invitations leave no doubt about the overall vibe of your ceremony and celebration…no doubt at all. What will your invitations say about your special day?
Under The Big Top
| Circus Under The Big Top by Pepita Press | Marilyn Collection by TSK Design Boutique | Circus Response Cards by HandyKane | Circus Carnival DIY Set by Hermias Wishes |
Till Death Do Us Part
| Day of the Dead Vintage Wedding Save The Date by Dollface Design | Vampire Invite by Brandywine | Day of the Dead Invitation Set by Citlali | Vintage Zombie Movie Poster by Fancy Beast Designs |
Down the Rabbit Hole
| Round Alice In Wonderland Wedding Invitations by Debbie Crowe Designs | Playing Card Wedding Invite by Nelly Bean | Alice In Wonderland Invitation by Jacquelyn Vaccaro
Kisses & Chaos,
Alli Woods Frederick
About The Author:
Alli Woods Frederick is an artist, photographer, writer, reiki master, intuitive & zombie slayer extraordinaire who blogs at KissesAndChaos.com. She is also the art editor for All Things Girl Magazine. Her feline companion, Mischa the Wonder Cat, is currently being considered for sainthood. She has a deep and abiding love of fancy dress, Bruce Campbell, Bob Hope, Adam Ant, the 1930′s & tea parties. She has a borderline unhealthy obsession with ghosts, shoes, zombies, the deep south, England and glitter, though not necessarily in that order. Her photography has been featured in F-Stop Magazine and All Things Girl and her writing has been featured on HelloGiggles.com, The Goods, Kind Over Matter and in The Radical Uprise Issue #021: Grow/Create. Her photography has been exhibited at Springbox Gallery in Portland, Oregon. To view more of her photographic/artistic work visit AlliWoodsFrederick.com.
Posted on April 27, 2012, in Weddings and tagged alice in wonderland wedding, circus wedding, day of the dead wedding, first impressions, invitations, unusual wedding invitiation, wedding planning, zombie wedding. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.