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Nautical Invitations

I wanted our rehearsal dinner invitations to be fun and casual since we're planning a relaxed dinner in the harbor of the resort we'll be staying in. And since I sacrificed my love for the nautical theme in favor of black, white and green, I gave myself permission to use it for this! I was looking for nautical inspiration without using boats and anchors, and came across this bouquet and boutonniere on brides.
I loved the stripes with the green mixed in, so this is what I came up with (I just changed the pertinent info instead of blurring things out):
It's a little hard to tell, but the stripes are a really dark blue. I am hoping it achieves the "nautical with out the cheesy" look I was going for!

9 comments:

Cate Subrosa said...

I think it's perfect - nautical without being cheesy is exactly how I would have described it.

Kelly said...

you are kidding me! I feel like we are wedding twins. My colors are black, white and green also and I designed my invites almost exactly like that. Except besides the stripes, I have dots.

Anonymous said...

They are truly lovely.

Lyndsy said...

I love it so much! If I was getting married on the east coast I would so have chosen this theme. So fun!

Melissa DiStefano said...

I think they are beautiful! And you wanted kind of a beach wedding anyway, but didn't.

So this is the best way to have it your way - twice!

I love it! And they are certainly anything but cheesey!

jessica lynn said...

i am in love with it! classy, elegant, and just plain adorable! what i wouldnt give to receive one in the mail!! :)

Molly said...

fantastic Darci, as always!
You interpreted your inspirations really well.

Anonymous said...

Nautical design done right! It's so elegant and clean. Where are my boat shoes?

Wedding Invitations said...

Nautical always a good theme for east and west coast weddings.