Keep it simple
Wedding invitation calligrapher Stephanie of Stephanie B. Design says, “have your calligrapher write out an extra envelope that is addressed to both of your names but has the address of the venue. Then, you will have a finished envelope to photograph that doesn’t have your real information!”
If you used a wax seal on your envelope, you might want to include the stamp in the photos. Postal stamps, maps, detail cards, and any other components will help personalize your photographs and truly let your invites shine.
Whether it’s some of your wedding flowers or a sprig of greenery, florals are bound to make a visual impact! Leaves can stand alone without flowers and still serve as the main accessory. Are you getting married in a tropical location? Get some palm or banana leaves! Are you getting married during the holidays? Grab some fir from a pine tree. Is your wedding during the fall? Collect some red, orange and yellow leaves that fell from trees. The options are endless!
Bride and Groom Accessories
The bride’s wedding shoes and veil can serve as feminine details in the photographs. You can also incorporate the bride’s engagement ring and both of the wedding bands by laying them on the invitations or putting them in your favorite ring box. If either of you are using a special handkerchief or wearing any jewelry that goes well with the suite, add that in your photos. The boutonnières can also be the perfect add-ons.