Robin’s Egg Blue and White Wedding Invitation Collection

Tiffany inspired Robin's egg blue white ribbon jewel wedding invite set
Turquoise and white ribbon double heart jewel wedding invite set

Over the 9+ years that I’ve been designing wedding invitations and special occasion stationery suites, I have received numerous requests to make a color change to a certain shade of turquoise that is used on a famous blue jewelry box.

Tiffany blue box with white ribbon party favorsWhat most people don’t realize is that the shade of Robin’s egg blue that is recognizable the world over is actually trademarked by Tiffany & Co. and therefore protected from being copied.

It is such a pretty color that it is understandable why people want to use it as their wedding color. It’s also versatile enough to use throughout the whole year, paired with white or yellow for spring or summer weddings, or with gray, orange, or black for fall and winter weddings.

Many other colors also work with this shade of turquoise or teal blue. I’ve seen some lovely wedding photos that pair turquoise with purple, fuchsia, and lime green to name a few.

And of course turquoise blue will always work well for a tropical destination wedding because it also coordinates so well with sand and tan colors.

Tiffany blue winter wedding bridal party

Tiffany blue wedding decorationsI think that most brides that have requested the famous shade of aqua blue have wanted to use it as a whole wedding theme paired with white satin ribbons, and lots of sparkly bling to make everyone think of the high-end jewelry retailer.

So, with that in mind, I decided to try my hand at designing a wedding invitation suite in robin’s egg blue (light teal blue) and white that combines my style with the famous jewelry brand. I imagined planning a wedding using the turquoise color with white ribbon, romantic double hearts bling, and modern typography with a few elegant touches of ornate scrolls and flourishes.

One of the reasons that I hadn’t tackled it before was because of the printed on ribbon images I use. Getting the ribbon to still look like a ribbon instead of a white blob was a bit tricky as I still wanted to keep some of the highlights and shadows that exist on real ribbons. With much tweaking, I finally achieved a look that I’m very happy with and I hope you will be too.

2019 seems to be a big year for fairy tale weddings. I know at Lemon Leaf Prints we’ve seen a lot of couples buying very romantic wedding invitations that either has the joined hearts look as seen in this wedding collection, or they have been buying the storybook “Once Upon a Time” type of fairytale invitations.

Tiffany blue white wedding cakeIt warms my heart to think of these very happy couples starting out their new lives in such an “in-your-face” kind of way that represents their undying love for each other.

Can’t you just picture their wedding venue all decked out in turquoise blue and white with lots of sparkly lights and glittery jewels adorning the tables? I can. I think it would be quite breathtaking to walk into the reception hall and be greeted with all the blue and white tables, possibly with tall centerpieces with white flowers.

You can go as grand as you like or you can keep it simple and let the pure white and aqua blue colors speak for themselves and use dainty centerpieces and crisp linens to evoke a sense of modern sophistication instead of over-the-top luxury. Whatever your dream wedding looks like, carry your theme throughout all aspects of the wedding to give it all a well thought out cohesiveness that is sure to impress your guests.

Tiffany inspired turquoise white ribbon jewel wedding save the date card

Colors in Wedding Invitation Set Design

  • Tiffany Blue, Robin’s Egg Blue, Turquoise, Aqua Blue, Light Teal Blue
  • White
  • Black

Wedding Invitation Set Design Features

  • White Satin Look Ribbon and Bow
  • Simulated Glitter and Diamond Heart Brooch
  • Ornate scroll
  • Flourishes

Note that the embellishments are printed directly on the paper using ink and are not actual 3D embellishments. This makes for a more affordable set that still looks great!

Wedding Invitation Set Design Style

    • Romantic
    • Modern
    • Classy
    • Elegant

Buy the products in this aqua blue and white joined hearts jewel wedding invitation set

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Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels save the date card



Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels wedding invitation



Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels wedding RSVP card



Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels wedding reception card



Tiffany blue white wedding save the date envelope seals



Tiffany blue white wedding return address labels



Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels personalized wedding thank you card folded



Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels personalized wedding photo thank you card flat



Tiffany blue white ribbon jewels personalized wedding favor tags


In addition to the items above, the turquoise blue and white wedding stationery collection also includes the following items:

  • Flat Place Cards
  • Folded Place Cards
  • Wedding Program
  • Wine or Beverage Bottle Labels
  • Thank You Card (Blank)

And since no wedding is complete without having at least one bridal shower, I also created a few items for a teal blue and white blinged out bridal or wedding shower that includes the items seen in the image below.

Tiffany blue white ribbon bridal shower invitation set
Turquoise and white ribbon double heart jewel bridal shower invite set

The links to the bridal shower items can be found below:
Turquoise White Ribbon Jewel Bridal Shower Invitation
Turquoise White Ribbon Jewel Bridal Shower Recipe Card
Turquoise White Ribbon Jewel Bridal Shower Favor Tag


If you’d like any other matching items to go along with this modern robin’s egg blue and white wedding invitation set with white satin ribbon and joined jeweled hearts, please don’t hesitate to contact me either here on this blog or on the Lemon Leaf Prints product page. There is an “ask the designer” link on the product page that will allow you to easily get in touch with me through email. I’m always more than happy to add any additional products you might like and if you need a different color scheme I can make changes during the proofing process after purchase.

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Royal Blue and White Love Heart Wedding Invitation Suite

Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation Set
Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation Set
For as long as I have been designing wedding invitations, which is about nine years now, one color has been consistently requested year after year: royal blue. I can’t recall how many times I have been asked to change an existing design to use royal blue on it, usually with silver or white.

I had a request earlier this month to change an older existing royal blue and silver design of mine to be royal blue and white, so I decided that I would try to rework and update that older design for an exclusive new wedding suite on Lemon Leaf Prints. I have wanted to use the pretty heart design on a romantic invitation for quite some time now, so while I had updated the previous design that had only a single silver heart on it, I thought I would try to add some zing by making it look like a royal blue enamel heart was sitting in a silver brooch. I’m quite pleased with the result and I hope you are too.

Royal blue and white wedding decorWinter has come early where I live. We don’t usually have permanent snow until January, so it was a little depressing to have our first big snowfall in mid-November. All that snow prompted me to daydream of warm spring and summer days and bright, sunny weddings, which helped me to visualize a fresh spring or summer wedding in a royal blue and white color theme.

With this royal blue and white floral love heart wedding invitation suite, I wanted it to be bright and fresh with an overall modern and romantic feel to it. The wedding invitation uses a royal blue, light blue, and white color scheme, which is easily changeable to your custom color combinations if you are using a different color with the royal blue.

Royal blue bridesmaids dressesI based this design on several images from the Internet that had the bridesmaids wearing royal blue and light blue colors. With royal blue being fairly versatile in terms of using other complementary colors with it, the design can be changed to have yellow, orange, green, black, pink, red, or several others colors in place of the light blue.

The design has a floral pattern on the white area at the bottom of the invitation with a royal blue ribbon above the flowers. There is a simulated silver heart-shaped brooch sitting off-center on the left side of the ribbon and it has a simulated blue enamel look with hearts and flowers filigree shape insert on top.

The names of the bride and groom are in large white script on the top royal blue area and a modern ampersand symbol is below the names in light blue. The romantic and popular verse that says: “This day, I will marry my best friend, the one I live for, laugh with, dream with, love” is also in white below the names of the happy couple. A verse from the Bible or a different poem could also be printed there instead.

Royal blue white silver wedding cakeThe back of this royal blue and white wedding invitation has an abundance of blues, along with another filigree heart in white because I liked it so much. There is an outer light blue border with the large central rectangle shaped text box in royal blue with white edging and an inner ornate scroll frame and decorative scroll ornament that divides the main wedding invitation wording from the reception and/or RSVP information.

By putting some extra wedding information on the wedding invitation, such as the reception details or RSVP info, it’s a nice saving for you as you won’t need to purchase the separate enclosure card. More and more couples that I work with are opting to have the RSVP information on the wedding invitation when they don’t have meal selections for their guests to choose from.

The reception information can also be printed on the invitation, which is especially nice when the reception and ceremony are taking place at different locations. With the online sample, I used a ceremony and reception at the same venue, which many couples are choosing nowadays, so the wedding invitation has both the time of the reception and the RSVP details on it.

Colors in Wedding Invitation Set Design

  • Royal Blue
  • White
  • Silver, Gray, Grey

Wedding Invitation Set Design Features

  • Ribbon
  • Flowers, Floral
  • Simulated silver heart brooch
  • Simulated enamel filigree heart
  • Ornate scroll frame

Note that the embellishments are printed directly on the paper using ink and are not actual 3D embellishments. This makes for a more affordable set that still looks great!

Wedding Invitation Set Design Style

  • Romantic
  • Elegant

Buy the products in this royal blue gold joined hearts jewel wedding invitation set

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Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation



Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding RSVP Card



Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Accommodations Card



Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Mailing Labels



Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Thank You Cards



Royal Blue and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Save the Date Stickers


If you’d like any other matching items to go along with this royal blue and white love heart wedding invitation set, please don’t hesitate to contact me either here on this blog or on the Lemon Leaf Prints product page. There is an “ask the designer” link on the product page that will allow you to easily get in touch with me through email. I’m always more than happy to add any additional products you might like, such as place cards or escort cards (flat or folded), menu, wedding program, signage, favor tags, favor stickers (square or round), beverage bottle labels, save the date cards or postcards, and table number cards.

I really enjoyed updating this royal blue and white floral wedding invitation with a silver love heart on it. I liked the new design so much that I also created a purple and white version, and an emerald green and white version of it. I’d be happy to make it up in whatever color combination you need for your special day.

Purple and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation
Purple and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation
Emerald Green and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation Set
Emerald Green and White Floral Silver Heart Wedding Invitation Set
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Purple Blue Bohemian Wildflower Wedding Invitation Set

dusty blue lavender purple boho wildflowers wedding invitation set
Smokey blue lavender purple boho wildflowers wedding invitation set
There is something about spring that I have always loved. Whether it’s the longer days with more sunshine or the feeling of rebirth and renewal that it is in the air, I find myself thinking of happy times like spring and summer weddings. When inspiration strikes I tend to go with the flow, so even though I should be planning for fall and winter wedding stationery suites, I was side-tracked by these pretty watercolor wildflower florals and had to spend a little time making up a Bohemian wildflower floral wedding invitation suite.

purple blue bohemian wildflower wreath photo optional wedding save the date announcementPerhaps someone is recently engaged and planning a spring or summer wedding for next year, in which case, have I got the save the date card for you! Just take a look at the above photo optional dusty blue purple wildflower watercolor wreath save the date card and I think you’ll agree that it would make a lovely announcement for your upcoming nuptials.

I saw the prettiest dusty blue bridesmaid dress a few weeks ago and it has been on my mind ever since because it was a color that I had never really thought to use on a wedding invitation before. So, even though there are other soft pastel colors in this boho chic watercolors wildflowers wedding invitation suite design, like peach, plum, and lavender purple, I decided to use the smokey blue as the main color that I paired with it. I’m sure there are a million names for the shade of blue that is in the wedding design, such as slate blue, dusk blue, smoke blue, cornflower blue and the like. What I like about it is that it mixes so well with the other colors on the design, like the various shades of green and brown.

Each piece in this purple and blue watercolor wildflowers wedding suite features a wreath, swag, or bouquet of pretty multi-colored watercolor wildflower flowers and foliage in soft, neutral pastels. The wedding invitation is in a landscape layout that also has a left-hand side band of soft taupe or gray with a decorative edge on it for the wildflowers to nestle into. Even though I was picturing this suite used for a modern Bohemian wedding, I still wanted it to look elegant, not messy, so I chose a formal script font instead of the more messy looking hand-written type fonts that you see so much of nowadays. I also added on an ornate scroll decoration in purple to add a little extra elegance to the overall look.

If you are planning a spring, summer, or fall wedding that features a bohemian vibe and/or pastel shades of coral, blue, green, lilac, and plum, then I think you might like the versatility of this soft and romantic dusty blue and lavender purple watercolor wildflowers wedding invitation suite. The wedding save the date card and the wedding invitation also allow for extra wording or a photo to be added onto the dusty blue backs which help make this a very affordable wedding stationery suite as you can add your accommodations, directions, or any other wedding details that you want to pass along on the wedding invitation etc., which will save having to buy the extra enclosure cards. But, should you want to send out a full wedding stationery suite, there are several different sized cards that you can use for RSVP details or other information.

I also created a matching thank you card, favor tags and address labels with more matching pieces to come and/or are available upon request. If you’d prefer that the dusty blue is changed to one of the other colors used in the design, mention it when you order and I’ll be happy to change that for you.

Looking for further wedding color inspiration? Please check out this post over at Azazie to see some 2018 wedding colors and inspiration.

purple and blue bohemian wildflower wedding invitation

Colors in Wedding Invitation Set Design

  • Smokey blue / slate blue / dusk blue / dusty blue
  • Lavender purple
  • Peach
  • Plum
  • Green

Wedding Invitation Set Design Features

  • Wildflower floral elements
  • Watercolor floral elements
  • Soft pastel elements
  • Formal script font accent
  • Traditional wedding invitation wording

Wedding Invitation Set Design Style

  • Bohemian
  • Hippie
  • Elegant
  • Traditional

Buy the products in this purple and blue bohemian wildflower wedding invitation set

Here are the links to some of the pieces in this modern and trendy watercolor wildflowers wedding suite. Click on the links below to be taken to the product pages. There are more matching items available than shown below. Matching items are linked below the product images on each product page.

If you’d like any other matching items to go along with this dusty blue and lavender purple bohemian wildflower wedding invitation set, please don’t hesitate to contact me either here on this blog or on the Lemon Leaf Prints product page. There is an “ask the designer” link on the product page that will allow you to easily get in touch with me through email. I’m always more than happy to add any additional products you might like.

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Royal Blue Gold Joined Hearts Jewel Wedding Invitation Set

Royal blue gold floral joined hearts jewel photo wedding invitation and reply card
Royal blue gold floral joined hearts jewel photo wedding invitation and reply card
Over the years I have had many color combination requests from people. One combination that has been quite popular, especially with African-American couples planning a wedding, is the color scheme of blue and gold. The shades of blue have varied from vibrant cobalt blue to royal blue to navy blue and lots of shades in between.​ Using blue for your wedding color will create a relaxing and peaceful mood for your wedding. This post will focus on the royal blue to navy blue shades and feature my royal blue and gold joined hearts jewel wedding invitation stationery designs.

I think anytime you incorporate gold into a wedding that you are going for an upscale, elegant type of look. I don’t see metallics going out of style anytime soon, either. I think the types of metals will come and go, changing from silver one year, to rose gold the next, and to gold leaf the next, just as the type of metal used on wedding rings changes over time. There are also so many ways to incorporate gold into your decor that achieving that eye-popping wow factor at your venue is very easy and affordable with the help of special lighting and glittery gold accents of confetti, ribbons, bows, streamers, balloons etc. Throw in some crystals to bounce around some more light and you’ll have a sparkling, glitzy looking venue fit for a King and Queen.

Royal blue gold joined hearts jewel floral wedding invitation suite
Royal blue gold joined hearts jewel floral wedding invitation suite
And speaking of King and Queen, royal blue is a great color to pair with the gold. There are thousands of shades of royal blue that you can choose from for the wedding party attire and decor ideas. I personally really like a wedding party that uses a variety of shades of royal blue in the bridesmaid dresses from lighter shades to darker. All the bridesmaids can find a shade that works best for them and the variety of shades will look much nicer in photos than they would if everyone was in the same shade of blue. instead of a mass of blue all the same color, your photos will have more contrast and detail. It also helps if you can be a bit more fluid with the shades of royal blue because you’ll soon find out that getting everything to match perfectly, just won’t happen when you choose royal blue as your wedding color.

I created the two different royal blue and gold wedding invitation designs as shown in this post. Both sets have simulated gold foil, a printed on ribbon and bow, and a printed diamond and faux glitter joined hearts jewel brooch. If you are familiar with my style at all, then these new designs are in keeping with my goal of giving you elegant looking printed invitations that give you the look of real embellishments but that won’t break the bank or leave you dealing with ribbons to tie or messy glitter. Just think of all the money you’ll save for the honeymoon!

Royal blue gold joined hearts jewel photo wedding save the date card
Royal blue gold joined hearts jewel photo wedding save the date card
Show-off those awesome engagement photos you had taken right on your wedding invitation!​ The royal blue and gold photo template wedding invitation design has an all over small floral pattern that has heart shaped leaves in it. If that’s not your thing but you still want to show off a great photo of the two of you, then the​​ royal blue and gold photo save the date card is a nice choice to announce the upcoming nuptials and to give a preview of your royal blue and gold wedding theme.​ ​It can also be used as an engagement announcement.

The front of the​ non photo royal blue and gold floral wedding invitation​ ​design has the names of the bride and groom in an elegant cursive font​ ​in gold.​ ​Below the ribbon image on the front there is the popular verse “This day I will marry my best friend, the one I laugh with, live for, dream with, love”. That verse can be removed or changed to a Bible verse, special poem or quote that is important to you both.

The backs of either of these romantic royal blue and gold wedding invitations have an ornate scroll frame​ ​that surrounds your text. Depending on what wording you choose, there may be room to add on reception details and/or RSVP information which would cut down on enclosure cards, allowing you to possibly splurge on ice pearl paper and gold leaf envelopes which would​ look awesome. If you want an even nicer look, contact me about double thick ice pearl paper, belly bands, and/or envelope liners.

Colors in Wedding Invitation Set Design

  • Royal Blue
  • Gold

Wedding Invitation Set Design Features

  • Ribbon
  • Jewels
  • Double Joined Hearts Jewel Brooch
  • Glitter
  • Simulated gold foil
  • Metallic Look Gradients

Note that the embellishments are printed directly on the paper using ink and are not actual 3D embellishments. This makes for a more affordable set that still looks great!

Wedding Invitation Set Design Style

  • Elegant
  • Glamorous
  • Formal
  • Glitzy
  • Romantic

Buy the products in this royal blue gold joined hearts jewel wedding invitation set

Click on the links below to be taken to the product pages. There are more matching items available than shown below. Matching items are linked below the product images on each product page.

If you’d like any other matching items to go along with this royal blue and gold joined hearts jewel wedding invitation set, please don’t hesitate to contact me either here on this blog or on the Lemon Leaf Prints product page. There is an “ask the designer” link on the product page that will allow you to easily get in touch with me through email. I’m always more than happy to add any additional products you might like.

Shop for my other blue and gold designs in my Zazzle shop

I also have a variety of blue and gold wedding set designs in my shop on Zazzle.
You can find find them in this royal blue and gold wedding collection.

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Pastel Succulent Wedding Invitation Set

Pastel succulent wedding invitation set
Pastel succulents wedding invitation set

When cacti and succulents started showing up on the wedding scene, I admit that the look didn’t really do much for me. As with everything, though, styles come and go and what I like at one time I dislike at another. Case in point: 90s bangs. Such is the case with succulent weddings.

Succulents are plants that have some parts that are thickened and fleshy, usually to retain water in arid climates or soil conditions. Succulents are often grown as ornamental plants because of their striking and unusual appearance. The habitats of these water preserving plants are often in areas with high temperatures and low rainfall, which make them perfect for use on a hot spring or summer wedding day. In horticultural use, the term succulent regularly excludes cacti but I’ll be including them here.

pastel succulent wedding bouquetRecently, I’ve been looking at the succulent wedding trend with new, appreciative eyes. Some of the most beautiful centerpieces and bouquets I’ve seen have consisted of succulents. There are just so many varieties of cacti and succulents to choose from too! You can even use them for double-duty purposes by having a single cactus act as a place setting and wedding favor all in one. Plus, with a variety of pretty flowering cacti on all your tables, you also have a lot of decorating done for you. The individual cactus or succulent can be planted in a small clay pot with sand and then topped off with decorative pea gravel. Then just stick a place card in amongst the stems or glue it onto a stick and plant it in the sand with the cactus for a unique look. Since these pots will require very little watering, these combination place card holder/wedding favors can be made well ahead of time and stored until the big day. Get the Bridesmaids together and go to town having a girls’ night while you whip these up.

I also love the versatility of using cacti and succulents for a wedding. The colors of the various plants can either be soft and romantic, or more vibrant. Some of the succulents, like the Stonecrops, Dudleya, Echeveria, and Aeonium have an almost dusty, pastel look to them which would be great for a spring or summer wedding using neutral shades of taupe, beige or tan with white, peach, sage green, blush pink, smoky plum, and lavender, like the wedding suite I’ve designed, or you can use brighter flowering cacti with bold yellow, pink, or orange flowers as found on Rebutia plants for a late summer or fall wedding. Begonias and Orchids are also succulents, so adding them to your tables by themselves or as part of a larger centerpiece would be stunning. For a really rustic look, hollow out the top of a log that will fit on each of your tables and then fill it with varieties of succulents, orchids, and some candles and really wow your guests with your ingenuity. These could also be made up well ahead of time and brought to your venue the day before the wedding. They would also be a beautiful take-home gift to someone from each table. Here is a link to a gallery of succulents for more inspiration: http://succulent-plant.com/thumbnails.html

Pastel succulents wedding bouquetMany wedding colors would work well with succulents and cacti. The deeper greens of an aloe plant, or the soft grayish green of some varieties of Agave would pair well with burgundy, aubergine, deep red, and deep purple tones. Coral, orange, yellow, and lots of shades of blue would also go nicely with succulents, as would a pink color palette. I’m actually hard-pressed to think of a color scheme that couldn’t be paired with some variety of succulent or cacti.

I also like the use of watercolor design elements with the succulent trend. I think it works very well, especially if you are wanting to have more subdued colors in all your wedding details.

Choosing to use succulents in your upcoming wedding would also work very well with one of the modern wedding trends of 2017: incorporating copper or rose gold metallics to your theme. Using copper edged glass lanterns or terrariums filled with succulents and candles would be an easy way to blend in some copper elements.

As you can see, I opted for a softer, more romantic looking wedding stationery suite for my succulents wedding design. It features a pale sandy peach background with a faux craft paper look and a bracket shape text area in white, with a peach color inner border. Along the top, there is a hanging garland of green, pink, and blue succulents. The bottom and back of the wedding invitation and other cards has groupings of succulents in shades of smoky plum purple, pink, coral, peach, green, lavender, and blue. I’ve used green and smoky blue font colors with modern typography layout that also features green arrows as decorative elements for added style.

Colors in Wedding Invitation Set Design

  • Peach
  • Pink
  • Plum Purple
  • Dusty Blue
  • Green
  • White

Wedding Invitation Set Design Features

  • Pastel Watercolor Elements
  • Succulent Plants
  • Garland
  • Bracket Shape
  • Modern Typography

Wedding Invitation Set Design Style

  • Romantic
  • Bohemian
  • South-west
  • Modern

Buy the products in this pastel succulent wedding invitation set

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Pastel succulent wedding invitation
Pastel succulent wedding invitation

Pastel succulent wedding meal choice RSVP card
Pastel succulent wedding meal choice RSVP card

Pastel succulent wedding address labels
Pastel succulent wedding address labels

Pastel succulent wedding save the date stickers
Pastel succulent wedding save the date stickers
If you’d like any other matching items to go along with this pastel succulent wedding invitation set, please don’t hesitate to contact me either here on this blog or on the Lemon Leaf Prints product page. There is an “ask the designer” link on the product page that will allow you to easily get in touch with me through email. I’m always more than happy to add any additional products you might like.

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