Get the Look: Winter Wedding Invitation Alteration to ‘Two Become One’

What do we love most about a blush and champagne winter wedding? Well, admittedly, we are partial to the invitations. Check out today’s stunning winter wedding invitation inspiration for another example of how easy it is to create a an entirely new look from our classic wedding invitations. We’ve transformed our ‘Two Become One’ invitation with a few  alterations inspired by blush, gold, and champagne details of these wedding day images. See for yourself how we did it!

winter-wedding-invitationsInvitation altered from ‘Two Become One‘ by Kleinfeld Paper ||  Flowers via HomeArtandEvents  ||  Dress by Designer Sareh Nouri for Kleinfeld Bridal  ||  Champagne Flute from Nordstroms via CocoKelley  ||  Chairs from Simply Bloom Photography via Style Me Pretty

The allure of wintertime romance gives this season an edge for winter wedding brides looking to make a distinctive impression. And where better to start than with the on-trend appeal of a blush-and-gold color palette! The soft and elegant tones of this color combo allow it to be applied easily to many different wedding day elements … from blush rose floral arrangements, to bridal gown ruffles, to flowing fabric adorning the Bride and Groom reception chairs, and finally on the invitation itself. A grand combination of feminine romance with elegant glamour that is both dreamy and lavish.

Winter Wedding Invitation Alterations

Here are the 4 alterations that created this elegant winter wedding invitation:

  • Engraved in Platinum
  • Changed base paper to Pearl White Cotton
  • Chose a Gold Leaf envelope lining
  • Used Blush Shimmer paper for the layer


Create Your Own Special Winter Wedding Look

At Kleinfeld Paper, our menu of embellishment options offers limitless ways for you to create a special look that works for both your wedding day style and budget. It’s best done with the knowledgeable expertise of one of our fine retail stationery partners, including our own Kleinfeld Paper boutique in Manhattan.

Bookmark this Blog for more inspiring Alterations in this ongoing series, and check out our previous Alterations on Pinterest.

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