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Introducing Patterns to Your Stationery

By Christyo8 @CTDESIGNSINC
A few weeks back I highlighted both popular and obscure patterns that you could introduce to your wedding stationery in order to help distinguish it from other suites.This week, I'd like to show some examples of just how the patterns can be introduced.Rhon invitation suite via smockpaperPattern on pattern from 2BSquared DesingsWhiteport collection by Ruby and Willow   Patterns in your invitation suite can add an element of surprise, it's also a bold and whimsical way to add color and intrigue to your invites. The  damask pattern like in the picture above can be give a more relaxed yet traditional look. It's a versatile pattern that can also give you a modern vintage look if that's what you're after.  This geometric pattern using bold colors from 42 Press can give your invitations a modern feel. If you look carefully you'll notice the the save the date card and the RSVP card are printed on  a beautiful blind deboss paper, this is just another way to carry the pattern theme forward and it's a beautiful detail.So have fun with your invites and if you love the patterns just keep your eyes peeled for ideas, we see patterns and repetitions all day long. Anytime you see a pattern that inspires you, just whip out that smart phone and snap a photo. You can use the pics as ideas and creative inspiration for when you begin to think about your wedding invites and other designs elements for your big day.

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