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Couples planning December nuptials will often incorporate the spirit of Christmas in a festive wedding theme. As beautifully bright and vibrant as the traditional colours of red, green and gold may be, sometimes a more demure, elegant theme is desired.

Festive Wedding Theme

To accommodate, our very first Christmas themed invitation has been designed and we are very excited to announce it is due for release in December. Stay tuned!



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Duchess is one of the more versatile designs in our range, lending itself to many variations in style and colour, starting with the classic black and ivory.Duchess Wedding Invitation Colour VariationsBy balancing colours alone, we can achieve a more dramatic effect with a black damask trim or a softer look with an ivory ribbon (as shown above).

Of course, changes are not limited to colours only. We offer you the flexibility to alter embellishment and overall design too. For instance, Duchess has been made in a top folding square and also a DL landscape card for previous clients.



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A recent client fell in love with our Monroe wedding invitation but the colours weren’t quite what she had in mind. Custom MONROE Wedding InvitationSo, she requested a change to reflect her purple and apricot wedding theme. Introducing Monroe with an amethyst twist.



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How delighted we were to be part of the fairytale Danish wedding of Maria and Nicki. Maria and NickiThe theme for the occasion was black lace, red roses and a spash of bling, making our Shimmer stationery a perfect choice.

The attention to detail in planning this wedding is amazing. Everything was personalised, often including a custom monogram – the dress hangers, the candy bar, stationery, napkins, the cigar box to name but a few! Maria and her bridesmaidsMaria ordered black tank tops for the bridemsaids, mothers of the bride and groom and her gorgeous daughter who was flowergirl. The girls’ dressed and prepared for the wedding at the Reinhardt Dans studio, the family dance school where Maria met Nicki first met at just 12 years of age.

Maria’s dress was made by local Danish designer, Lasse Spangenberg, who also dressed the flowergirl. Her shoes by Manolo Blahnik. Nicki’s suit was by Cerutti 1881 and shoes by Louis Vuitton.Dress and shoesThe beautiful brideArriving in a horse and carriageThe ceremonyCapturing the significance and important dance has played in their lives, the girls at the school created an honorary arch of dancing shoes as the happy couple left the church.The newly wedsThe bridal partyMaria & NickiMaria & NickiThe reception was held in nothing less than the grand castle of Kokkedalslot. As guests assembled on the castle terrace, they were left speechless as Maria and Nicki arrived via helicopter.Arriving in styleThe detailsThe candy barThe sewn red rose bouquets and reception flowers were created by Boutique Estilo.

We provided the lace used to create the invitations so Maria could perfectly match the cake, cigar bar and guest book. Maria created her own Candy Bar including old fashioned popocorn, personalised sweets and lolly bags in the black, white and red colour theme.

In addition to the invitations, we were delighted to create service booklet covers, seating chart, menus, favour boxes and place cards for the reception.The stationeryThe cakeThe table decorThe table numbersLive music and cigar barLive music performed by talented trio, Stage Breakers, entertained guests and had them dancing the night away.The dancing and fireworksThe couple finished the celebrations on a high with fireworks provided by Apollo Denmark.

Photography by Vores Store Dag Photography. Stationery images below are copyright © Black Tie Wedding Invitations.
SHIMMER Invitation and Favour BoxMenusService Book & Table NamesTable NumbersWe thank Maria and Nicki for going to so much effort as to source their stationery from the other side of the planet, and for sharing their wonderful wedding with us. Congratulations and our very best wishes for a happy and fulfilled future together.



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Cara and Luke were married on 28th April 2012, before family and friends at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Sydney. The ceremony included the amazing talent of harpist Karen Hickmott from Wedded to the Harp.Cara and LukeThe elegant Tiffany Blue theme was carried off beautifully, starting with the invitations, the bridesmaid and flowergirl gowns, right through to the reception decor. Cara’s very talented mum added finishing touches, decorating the church pews with tulle and ribbon, adding a splash of blue to the baskets holding the service booklets we created for the ceremony, right through to decorating the birdcage wishing well at the reception.

The boys were dressed by Spurling and Luke presented his groomsmen with personalised cufflinks in honour of the day from Abby Engraving and Gifts. Each groomsman was provided a set that represented something unique about them.

Luke, being a plumber, cuffed his shirt with Hot & Cold; Steven, being a keen golfer, clubs; Andrew who loves playing soccer, soccer boots; the other Luke being a lover of the sport had footballs and finally John, who loves a punt on the races, had a horse and jockey on his cufflinks. A most thoughtful and practical gift for the groomsmen.
Cara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeCara wore a scooped neckline satin and organza DresSence Bridal gown and veil whilst the bridemaids were dressed by Briony Leigh Bridal. Completing the picture was Living Beauty Makeup Artistry .

The pretty flowergirls were dressed by Little Miss Lacey, with mum fulfilling theme once again, adding the gorgeous waist bands and decorative hair pins.

Bouquets and button holes provided by Panania Florist.

Cara also spoiled her lucky bridesmaids with a bracelet from Tiffany & Co., a Mini Dior perfume and earrings to wear on the day. The flowergirls and junior bridesmaid received a personalised necklace from My Name Necklace.Cara and LukeCara and LukeAmongst the elegance and formality of the event, it is evident that this couple know how to throw a party! The jumping bridesmaids, face pulling, photobooth fun through to the BIG shoe crush, suggest that this wedding was full of merriment and laughter.

Cara’s amazing ‘bling bling’ shoes came from Bombshell.Cara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeThe reception was held at Summer Salt Restaurant on Elouera Beach. Table decor was supplied by Wedding Art, while Whimsical Cakehouse made the cake, complete with personalised figurines of Cara and Luke, their cat ‘Obie’ and Tiffany Blue trims.

Cara’s brother Tim McCormack and Matt Green entertained their guests with live music upon arrival and Paparazzi Studios made it possible for guests to leave video messages and photo strips for the newly-weds throughout the night.
Cara and LukeCara and LukeWe were entrusted with the task of stationery in the Touch of Blue design, which included invitations, reply and wishing well cards, full service booklets for the ceremony, an A3 seating chart at the reception, personalised menus and personalised Lindt chocolates for the reception tables, both including guest names and messages from the bride and groom.Cara and LukeCara and LukeCara and LukeWe sincerely congratulate Cara & Luke on their marriage and thank them for allowing us to feature their beautiful themed wedding.

Photographs (excluding blacktiewddinginvitations.com.au copyright), courtesy of Darlene Andrews Photography.

All stationery by Black Tie Wedding Invitations.



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