Looking for a modern wedding invitation with a personal touch? Our "For You I'd Turn The Tide" wedding invitation oozes class with its hand-lettered watercolour brush strokes. Getting married in an art gallery or somewhere with a modern, industrial feel? This beauty is perfect for that. Our favourite colour combos in this one are the classic black and white or a beautiful deep navy with rose gold foil!
120mm x 180mm invitation with coloured envelope
Other printing methods available
RSVP, Save the Date and Wedding Menu choosing the addons will finalise the invitation suite. So, remember to add these to your order to complete the matching suite.
Looking for something more? Contact us via our contact form here.
We LOVE LOVE LOVE deckled edge invitations and are able to offer this with a black stock with white writing. (refer to invitation suite image for deckled edge option)
The finer details for our digital print:
This beauty is printed on a range of luxe papers depending on your colour choice:
- For a sophisticated grey look, we use a 308gsm misty grey colour. The white looks so soft on this grey whilst still easily readable. A lovely combination!
- Our navy is on a 308gsm slightly textured stock that certainly makes the white pop!
- Our Bloom Blush stock is 270gsm with a lovely subtle texture. It's the perfect shade of blush for a classy invitation.
- You can never go past a classic black and white combo can you?! Nope didn't think so. This beauty comes on a 300gsm stock.
Looking for other printing methods?
For digital print (a slightly more economical price) click here.
Looking for foiled options (our fave!) click here.
Important things to note:
- If choosing extra bits and pieces to go with your invitation, please note these are printed on our white premium stock and printed with black ink. This is to make your invitation suite a touch more economical. (Yay for saving money!)
- Colour variances may occur (slightly) on screen
- Due to the handmade nature of our deckled edge paper (if you chose this option) sizing and texture can vary slightly... but the end result is ALWAYS stunning.