Both on and long after your wedding day, you will likely want a creative way to display your wedding invitation, especially if its design is custom or semi-custom. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to do so! I have my favorite ways to display an invitation design with decor to adorn any wedding or home.
This framed keepsake centers your chosen wedding invitation, making it the focal point of wherever it is arranged. Many shadow boxes will also include handcrafted paper flowers to surround the invitation and add dimension and elegance. This is such a unique way to preserve your paper goods! Everything is handmade by Kay. Her work is incredibly creative and beautiful! Give her shop a look. You will not be disappointed!
A handmade platter is a one-of-a-kind, heirloom-quality piece that you will cherish for the rest of your life. You can have your invitation or your wedding crest printed on one. Then, you can choose to use it as a real serving platter or to display it on a wall.
A personalized acrylic serving tray, complete with handles, is such an adorable way to display your wedding invitation design. You can choose to have your invitation printed on one, or, alternatively, you can have your wedding monogram and date.
A throw pillow is a perfect way to subtly decorate your home with a sweet reminder of your special day. Have it printed with your wedding crest and throw it on the bed, or layer it with other pillows on your couch. This heirloom piece will be made to order specifically for you!
A personalized glass tray is a great way to display your wedding invitation, and it’s useful almost anywhere around the house. Set your keys in it, use it as a jewelry tray, or use it in your home office as a stylish way to hold supplies. The possibilities are endless! Nick’s offers so many unique ways to display your memories! Head on over to his website or Etsy shop. You will not be disappointed! (https://www.cameoglass.net/what-we-do/)
If you would like to creatively display your wedding invitation using one of these methods, head over here to make an order (or two!). And, if you are considering having a wedding crest or monogram designed, I would love to chat with you about how I can make that happen!