Ideas & Advice
From art deco to handpainted watercolours, our real couples show us how they got creative with their wedding invites!
Personally designed by the bride herself, who's a graphic designer by profession; Jin and Simon's gold and blue art deco styled invitation suite was inspired by the architecture of their wedding venue, The Clifford Pier, where they enjoyed a timeless celebration with 150 guests. Jeanne and Terence's quirky invite included motifs inspired by their brunch styled solemnisation at The White Rabbit. These included paper lanterns, a similar colour palette of bright yellow and blue and a striking font design remniscent of their casual celebration vibes. Calynn and Derek's invitation evoked the pretty colour palette of grey and blush pink for their rustic church wedding and banquet celebrations - with florals in watercolour and calligraphed fonts in contrasting black ink. Andie and Mark requested for more foliage and less flowers for their wedding banquet at Capella, which exuded a classy and elegant ambience. They kept their invitation equally as minimal and chic as well! Nixi and Hweesheng's wedding invitation to their luxe green and gold banquet at Grand Hyatt featured gold foil caligraphy and came wrapped with vellum paper and a custom copper seal. Designed and painted by the bride herself, Chelsa and Terence's wedding took shape around their invitation that had a splendorous colour scheme of pink and purple and featured elegant calligraphed script and roses around the borders. Wei Ying and Alvin's wedding invitation suite was as refreshing as their celebration at The Halia. It consisted of the cutest watercolour illustrations - Star Wars-inspired, of course, to complement their wedding theme, and provided detailed instructions and venue location. Instead of florals, Michelle and Zhi Guang went with whimsical butterflies and foliage for their personalised invitation - which reflected the same colour scheme of fuchsia, navy and light pink as their decor for their church solemnisation and lunch.