8 Pieces of Invitation Inspiration From Real Arkansas Weddings
No need to head to Pinterest to plan your invitations; these Arkansas brides have all the stunning stationery you could need. Check out these invitations and wedding stationery from real Arkansas weddings featured on our blog.
Erin Hawley included a personal touch on her wedding invitations. She handpainted each one in cool shades of blue and green, giving them a lovely watercolor look and making each one special. She used the same colors in the confetti thrown during her wedding and the magical fireworks display at the end of the night.
Jessica Seeber and Brett Elliott took advantage of modern technology to find their colorful invitations. They bought their stationery from Etsy shop Plum Paper Co. and it was plum perfect. The floral drawings on the cards reflected the bright hues of Jessica’s wedding flowers.
Maggie Griffith and David Guarno bought their stationery from Zazzle.com. When guests received them, they got a little taste of the bright, fun ceremony that was to come.
Tracy Rowan and Christopher Terry decided to buy their stationery from a local vendor. The Arkansas couple stayed close to home by purchasing their elegant black-and-white stationery at From Me 2 You Creations in Fayetteville.
The pale pink lettering on Lauren Howell’s stationery went beautifully with the roses and other flowers that crowned her wedding. That’s no surprise since she and her husband received their flowers, event designer and wedding stationery from Zimmerman in Conway.
Laura Bryan and Russ Curtner got their wedding stationery from The Social Type in Little Rock. The leafy pattern on their stationery matched their upscale tropical-themed wedding and they made sure to use the lush leaves on their cake and napkins.
Ashley Harper and Jonathan Beckham of Bentonville held their celebration in Fayetteville. As a result, many of their vendors, including Shindig Paperie, were located in Fayetteville. Ashley’s floral arrangements were small but colorful, which is reflected in the floral pattern you see on some parts of her stationery.
Meredith McNeil and Chad Causey put their own stamp on their celebration. Tara Guerard of Tara Guerard Soirée created a custom letterpress design for the couple that they included on their save-the-dates and place cards. The two even used it on their beautiful five-tier wedding cake.