How cuuuute are these typewriter font wedding invites? Complete with their brown envelope tied with string, they give us all the old school rustic vibes! Marc & Ben were married on a beautifully sunny day in a Victorian Manor House set in the Northamptonshire countryside. We love the effortless style throughout. From the naked wedding cake, to the neutral bouquets complete with a pop of orange. We love Marc & Ben’s matching suits. Finished with buttonholes featuring roses, eucalyptus and gypsophila - how gorge?! Oh, and not to mention the bouncy castle… is a wedding really complete without a bouncy castle? Nope. All perfectly captured by recommended supplier, Cat Lane!
Typewriter font wedding invites with rustic brown envelopes tied with string
We made the day how WE wanted it, and ensured it represented us as a couple.
We wanted it to be timeless so we could look back at the pictures for years to come and not feel dated. Therefore, we went for muted tones that enhanced and suited the setting of our venue.
It's your day - make it how you want it! Invite who you want, have the suppliers you want and take time to enjoy the process of planning. It is a stressful but fun time!
How awesome is the moment Marc & Ben leave their ceremony? The explosion of confetti, streamers and bubbles is just incredible!
Our favourite moment was the ten minutes we had together after the ceremony. It was the only time we had together throughout the whole day that was just us two.
If you’re loving Marc & Ben’s typewriter font stationery, don’t go anywhere! If you have no idea where to begin, then head on over to our recommended suppliers. Here you’ll find a plethora of people just waiting to help you out! Or, if you have no idea what to include within your invites, check out our five things you shouldn’t leave out!