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  • A Retro Wedding

    This retro photo shoot by The Life You Love Photography in Austin, Texas is seriously rad. Check out the the use of coral, aqua, red and even a touch of mustard. With a retro wedding theme you cannot go wrong. The mix of vintage and modern along with the vibrant colors makes these photos something to remember.       When choosing your wedding invitations keep your wedding theme in mind. You have the ability to customize your colors on our website to match your wedding colors perfectly! Here's an example for you...   Used in this example:

    • Invitation: The Seattle
    • Fonts: WAL
    • Colors:  Deep Aqua and Venetian

    A special thanks to Style Me Pretty for the photos and inspiration.

  • Cadet Blue and Burnt Orange Wedding Invitation

    Cadet Blue and Burnt Orange Wedding Invitation I thought this was a perfect summer color combination.  On this invitation our customer Jaclyn, did a great job using our custom color option to come up with these gorgeous colors.  The cadet blue combined with the burnt orange and bold white pattern really modernizes this wedding invitation ensemble.  Perfect for a warm June wedding, nice job Jaclyn!

    Used in this example:

    • Invitation: The Irving
    • Fonts: MUR, LMR
    • Colors:  Custom Color - Cobalt (HEX 274f53), Custom Color - Burnt Orange (HEX 274f53)
    • Pattern: Wallpaper 9
  • Spring Wedding Colors

    As you may already know this spring, wedding colors are bold and beautiful.  I would have never pictured these colors together, but they just bring out the best hues in each other.  When looking through these colors, I just couldn't find a color pallet that I didn't like.  I would say that these colors fit the romantic spring feel that you would look for in a beautiful spring wedding. I had one of the designers here at Basic Invite take Pantone's color trend and make it a little easier to look at. I think you can get a better feel for the color, and find the colors to suit you. I also asked around and found this site where you can take your color and find complementary colors.  I found it to be very helpful and kind of fun.  So if you are unsure of your color choice  and want to look at all the colors that can complement it, check it out: http://kuler.adobe.com/#create/fromacolor .  Remember to keep hold of the CMYK or the Pantone number.  When printing colors for invitations, this will help your print vendor get the most accurate color on your invitations.

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