New Set Design: Indian Lotus Wedding Reception Stationery

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Our Designs |

Imbue You Indian Lotus Reception Stationery

After two weeks that included a devastating hurricane one week and a strong snow storm the next, we are finally getting back to a normal pace here in New Jersey. Eight days without power really helps you appreciate the little joys in life. A few nights reading by oil lamps with Justin is not so bad after all.

And now that the power’s back on, it’s back to normal and back to designing. I wanted to show you one of our newest ceremony and reception wedding stationery sets: our Indian Lotus Set.

Inspired by Indian architecture and saris, this full ceremony and reception stationery suite has the pulled together, cohesive look of professional styling, with the creative touches and uniqueness of homespun details. This intricate floral print has enough detail to handle 2 to 3 colors. So it’s really easy to make it match your style and your wedding.

See more details on how to make it your own here. Or see more of our full stationery sets here.

Here’s an in-depth look at the ceremony and reception set.

Imbue You Indian Lotus Wedding Program inside

Imbue You Indian Lotus Wedding Program back

Square Wedding Program

Even with it’s more unusual square shape, the design has enough room for full ceremony details, wedding party and a thank you message. We can also do this as a more traditional 8.5 x 5.5 booklet, if you need even more room.

 

Imbue You Indian Lotus Place Card

Place Card or Seating Card

These place cards are hand layered for a more personal and special touch. You can match the seating card backer to the table numbers, or do them in different but coordinating colors for a more varied look on your tables.

 

Imbue You Indian Lotus Menu

Reception Menu Card

With a menu card at every place setting, your tables are fully brought into your theme and style.

 

Imbue You Indian Lotus Table Number

Table Numbers

This table number design also works if you are naming your tables, versus numbering them.

 

Imbue You Indian Lotus Favor Tag

Favor Tag

And when your guests go home, they take a piece of your wedding with them, with the custom favor tag design. Some couples also use the tags with a slightly different thank you message on their welcome bags for out-of-town guests.

What do you think? {Photos by Imbue You Wedding}

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