At ElegantWeddingInvites it is our mission to offer you high quality wedding invitations and won’t break your wedding budget. We have a wide variety of wedding invitations in a lot of different styles and price points. They can be dramatic and festive or they can be subtle, simple, and elegant! With so many choices you’re sure to find something you love! To perfectly coordinate with your special day, colors, fonts and sizes can be customized as requested.
Yellow Wedding Invitation Cards with RSVP
Give yellow a place in your wedding color palette if you want your wedding to be bright and cheerful. Floral blooms complement your colors with yellow, making wedding planning easy. You can choose from countless varieties of flowers, including sunflowers, marigolds, and daffodils. You can see the gorgeous blooms displayed on these Yellow Wedding Invitations.
What colors go well with yellow for wedding and invitation?
blue and yellow
black and yellow
dusty blue and yellow
green and yellow
navy blue and yellow
pink and yellow
purple and yellow
royal blue and yellow
yellow and gray
yellow and silver
lavender and yellow
Elegant Vellum Wedding Invitations with RSVP
Vellum overlays are perfect for adding a touch of luxury to your wedding invitations. A translucent overlay allows you to add a rich layer of dimension to your invitation design. You can customize this luxe mailer with a translucent element layered on top of a colorful cardstock in an array of artistic ways for an ideal gift for your special occasion. We have a variety of diy vellum wedding invitation suits that fit any color scheme or theme. It is possible to customize your vellum paper wedding invitations to suit your personality, whether you want to include an image of you and your fiance or send a message to guests.
What is Vellum?
Vellum overlays are smooth translucent papers used to create a luxurious layered appearance when combined with fine stationery. It has a rich history that dates back to the very beginning of Vellum paper. A high-quality parchment paper made of calfskin originally called "Vellum," which was stretched and treated on a wooden frame. Vellum today is not made from animals. In contrast, it's made with plasticized cotton or cellulose fibers from plants and trees. This translucent paper comes in a variety of colors, weights, textures, brands, and transparency levels. It is smooth to the touch and feels almost like plastic.