The prettiest invites we’ve seen in a while, from local stationery designer Haute Papier.
The finished product. All photographs courtesy of Haute Papier
When DC invitation designer Sarah Meyer Walsh of Haute Papier sent us these recent creations, we knew we just had to share them. We absolutely love the pink-and-gray color scheme—the pairing of a feminine hue with a modern neutral is pretty brilliant. Turns out these invites were created for Trish, the manager of the super-cute Valerianne boutique in Vienna. Here’s what Walsh had to say about the design:
“The inspiration for this invitation suite came from Trish’s love of textiles. She told us she loves magnolias, so she also wanted to incorporate those into the design. We then went to town creating a beautiful two-color suite, and made a pattern using a magnolia motif for the envelope lining.”
Click the jump for more photos of these invitations.
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