Confetti Wedding Invitation

Kristin and Nathan’s wedding invitations were a blast to create. This fun couple chose a palette of beautiful jewel tones for their wedding colors and wished to incorporate all of them into the invitation design. Lots of bright colors –  An intimidating prospect for this neutral-loving minimalist, but a worthy challenge.


To create a joyful and fun feel I chose a confetti theme. To elevate the design from the birthday party realm I wrapped the invites with a band of vellum and pink baker’s twine.


The suite included an invitation, a ceremony insert card and a second insert with registry information and a map on the reverse.  I also created a custom wrap-around label to match.


I printed on a bright white, heavy card stock. The paper is matte, but the ink is nice and glossy giving the invitation a clean and polished look.


Those confetti dots may look simple, but they were the most difficult part of the design.  Designing something to look random and unintentional is a lot harder than you would think. It was a painstaking process, but it was important that the circles didn’t look too perfect and I’m really happy with the way it turned out.

Best wishes to Kristin and Nathan!


5 thoughts on “Confetti Wedding Invitation

  1. I love that you took so many colors and still made it classy. Who would have thought confetti and every color in the rainbow would work so well for a wedding invite. You’ve got a knack for this… that’s for sure! 🙂

  2. Are you a wedding invitation designer? I love those invites and I’m looking for something like this. I can’t find a website for you 😦

    • Hi Ashley! Yes, I design wedding invitations. I used to sell through an Etsy shop, but lately have just been taking on custom projects on a more one-on-one basis. I’d love to talk more about making your wedding invitations – could you send me an email with more details of what you’re looking for? Thanks!

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