woodsy wedding invitation

Don't you hate it when you have an idea about something you want for your wedding, but you can't find it?  You search and search, and you find things that are close, but not it.  I pretty much guarantee you that the place to find the invitations that you have been imagining is at Wide Eyes Paper.  I'm totally in love with their style, and their devotion to the tiny details that make all the difference between cute invites and perfect ones.

Just look at these two rustic invites, with thick twine wrapping the invite, thoughtful watercolor illustrations, and lined envelopes (one of my very favorite details--so chic!).

rustic wedding invitation wrapped in twine
witty wedding programs in wooden crate

The other great thing about Wide Eyes Paper is their wit. Such is the case with these "I am a fan of" wedding programs that I am, in fact, a fan of.  And these RSVP cards (below) practically return themselves with their clever text.  I would so much rather check off "half empty and toasting from afar" than "no".

cute Mason jar RSVP card
gingham bunting wedding invitation

Bunting is still such a major trend and these two options are on some of the prettiest color palettes. Fourth of July wedding? This Americana-themed bunting invite (above) would be a terrific match!

bunting and flowers wedding invitation
sophisticated monogram wedding invite

If you prefer classic sophistication, they also have more traditional monogram and logo options, but note the extra sweet details of the heart punched envelope (above) and the matching place cards (below).

nautical navy striped wedding invitation
coral and aqua striped wedding invitation

My own preference? Lately,I am digging sherbet-inspired palettes and preppy style. This invite suite combines both. And just look at the map lining! Sigh.

pink menu at place setting