Fuchsia Pink and Black Las Vegas Wedding: Real Palettes

Posted by in Color Advice, Create the Look, Our Designs, Real Palettes

hot pink fuchsia and black las vegas wedding

These photos were sent to us by Mo. We created her Las Vegas wedding invitations a few months ago.

She was looking for inspiration to add a pop of color to her wedding reception tables. Then she saw the wedding invitations we made for her, and had an idea…to use the tag and ribbon as a napkin band.

We loved how it turned out. Mo’s wedding decor is filled with many handmade touches that came together very well.

Happy Inspiration!

Our Las Vegas invitations and reception wedding stationery are available online in your custom colors from our Etsy shop or handmade stationery shop.


Las Vegas wedding napkin wrap

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Champagne and Gray Sand Dollar Wedding Invitations

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champagne and gray sand dollar wedding invitation

This beach wedding invitation set took us by surprise.

The colors were very subtle: champagne, gray and just a touch of navy. But once they were all assembled we were in love with this color palette.

It’s really elegant. And happily the couple we created these for loved them as much as we did.

Happy Inspiration!

This design is available online in your custom colors from our Etsy shop or handmade stationery shop.

champagne beach wedding invitation

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Baby Blue and Gray Baptism Belly Band Invitation

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elegant blue and gray baptism invitation

Although most of our designs are used for weddings. They don’t have to be.

Today, we want to share these Indian arch monogram invitations that were used as a Baptism invitation for a baby boy. The mom wanted something modern yet definitely for a boy. So she chose a baby blue and gray color palette. And we used the baby’s first initial for the monogram.

We loved how these turned out.

Sara, the mom was happy too. She says, “These baptism invitations were stunning and absolutely more than I imagined. I cannot wait to get the reaction of my guests.”

Happy Inspiration!

This design is available online in your custom colors from our Etsy shop or handmade stationery shop.

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Fuchsia, Pink and Gold Indian Elephant Wedding Invitation

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pink Indian elephant wedding invitation set

We have been working hard over the last few months on many weddings, showers and birthday invitations and stationery.

Our favorite part? The fun and beautiful colors our clients come up with. Over the coming weeks, we want to share with you our favorites, and hope they inspire your own wonderful creations.

Today, we want to share a wedding invitation using our Indian elephant flap fold design with information booklet. The bride chose a mix of antique gold, fuchsia and pink for a lovely combination that’s an updated, more springy alternative to red and gold for an Indian wedding.

Happy Inspiration!

 pink Indian elephant wedding invitation

This design is available online in your custom colors from our Etsy shop or handmade stationery shop.


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Behind the Scenes: Favorite color palettes of the month

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Our studio is filled with colors.

And what we love most about that is that they sprang from the minds and wedding palettes of our customers.

Here are some of our favorite color combinations that we have worked on recently.

Fun fact: 3 of these are from the same bride who had different color palettes for her itinerary cards, wedding ceremony and reception.

aqua and green ganesh itinerary cards

Aqua and Chartreuse Indian Beach Wedding Itinerary Cards

This is a classic beach wedding combo that we actually haven’t seen in a while.


 hunter green and gold sand dollar save the date

Hunter Green and Gold Sand Dollar Save the Dates

Who says beach themes have to be light and airy? These save the dates feature the school colors for a high school reunion party on the beach.


Red and Blue luggage favor tags

Red, Blue and Cream Airmail World Map Luggage Favor Tags

These favor tags will actually be used along side a classic airmail inspired banner with a vintage cream background. We matched the colors so that everything will coordinate, even though the designs are different.


red and cream hindu wedding progam

Red, Mint and Deep Champagne Hindu Wedding Program

We find these colors to be soothing yet stately. Love it!


pink and champagne ganesh place cards

Pink and Deep Champagne Ganesh Escort Cards

And the last color palette from the same bride bridges the wedding ceremony by using Deep Champagne. But it has a distinctly different feeling with the light pink. It’s an elegant fun look.

All designs and photos by Imbue You.  For more information and how to order,please visit us in our wedding stationery Etsy shop.



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How to Use Your Mood Board to Get the Perfect Invitations for Your Wedding

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vintage map wedding invitation

You’ve spent hours scouring blogs, magazines and websites for inspiration for your wedding day.

And you’ve done it.

You’ve created your personal wedding mood board. But now what? How do you turn these visual ideas into an invitation design you’ll love?


Step 1: Determine your formality

The first step is to see how formal or casual you want your wedding to be.

Think about your venue and your attire. Look at your photos, especially table settings and stemware. Are they lush and luxurious or rustic and intimate?

This will help you determine the overall feeling of your wedding invitation. And more specifically, the invitation wording and fonts to use. Use invitation wording that matches your wedding, from formal to more personal.


Step 2: Find the meaningful details

Are there motifs in your photos that hint at your wedding theme? This can be as simple as sand dollars for a beach wedding. Or some more nonspecific, like maps for a vintage wedding.

You can often use these motifs in your wedding invitations and throughout your wedding stationery to pull your look together.


Step 3: Find the colors of your mood

Often a wedding palette will have 3 to 5 colors or more. But 4 or 5 colors on your wedding invitations may not work. So it’s best to limit your colors to 2 or 3 main ones for your stationery.

To figure out which ones to choose, go back to your board. What is the overall feeling it gives you: serene, bold, sweet? Pick out the 2 to 3 colors of your palette that together match that feeling.

So how are you using your mood board to pick your wedding items? Share any tips and aha’s in comments!

{Wedding invitation design and photo by Imbue You, the home of romantic wedding stationery}

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