Peacock Blue envelopes with white lettering


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I’m in love with the look of these colorful wedding invitation envelopes.  I hand-lettered using my Belluccia style in white ink at an angle with flourishes reaching off the edge of the envelope.  The high contrasting color combo makes the lettering really pop.  The actual color of the envelope is peacock-blue.  My client’s pic made them look more cobalt blue than peacock but the effect is the same.

The happy couple, D.D and Jackie, had the idea to use fun, bright stamps as a creative touch to the design.  I love the fleur-de-lis  printed label that was added to the back flap.  The combination of these vivid colors, hand lettering, and whimsical stamps creates a lively invitation that is sure to impress.

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Here is the sample envelope with more accurate colors.

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Here are the completed envelopes without the stamps.  What a difference!

More to come from this lovely wedding– I will also be creating place cards for the June nuptials.

Happy Wedding D.D. and Jackie!

DIY Wedding Invitation

And as always my calligraphy font, Belluccia, one of myfonts Most Popular Fonts for 2011, is available at : myfonts.com and fontbros.com.

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