A couple weeks ago I mentioned that my sister Lora’s wedding was cancelled because of the flooding in Colorado, and rather than reschedule, she and Grant had decided to go ahead and elope – and I cannot wait to share those pics with you in a few weeks. But today I’m sharing their darling invitation suite from our friends at Minted

Their wedding was going to be a picnic lunch at the Lyon’s Farmette outside of Boulder, so my sister chose a playful kraft paper design, and customized it to fit their wedding details: kraft paper backer, red ink, and black gingham envelope liner to match the black checked picnic tablecloths. Minted also created an additional corresponding card for the after party. When I asked Lora about her experience working with Minted she told me that “it was really easy to use the site and to customize the design,” which has been my experience, too. I think the invitation suite turned out to be so charming, and really set the tone for what would have been a sweet, fun, picnic wedding. Thanks Minted!

(Note: The save-the-date in the picture was a DIY project and is not part of the Minted suite.)

 

Photos by Christina McNeill.

 

Christina McNeill is a Snippet & Ink Select vendor.
This post sponsored by Minted, but all opinions are my own (or my sister’s).

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  1. Caitlyn | The Aerialist Press

    I love anything kraft-colored – and the apple detail is perfect!

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    • Kathryn

      Thanks Caitlyn! It was a blend of vintage seed packet and vintage botanical print – there were going to be apples on the tables and a hand pressed apple cider stand, so it made sense to incorporate them into the save-the-date. :)

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