Falling Leaves

Katherine lives in North Carolina, so we worked with her via email to come up with the perfect Autumn invitation for her October wedding. Katherine wanted a pocket invitation that incoporated her espresso and scarlet color scheme. She had seen an invitation we had designed for another client with a swirly vine and floral design and wanted the same idea with leaves. I’m so happy with how this invitation came together and I’m sure it will be a popular design with our Autumn brides. Enjoy!

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