For those of us who are Twilight fans, the wait is finally over: Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part I hits theaters this week. A few of us at Minted (OK, perhaps just me) are anticipating the wedding scene, where Bella and Edward promise themselves to each other forever.
Will Bella’s mom realize that Edward is a vampire? Will Jasper be able to hold himself back from snacking on the human wedding guests? What song will their first dance be to – Edward’s favorite, Debussy? Many questions will be answered. In honor of Twilight, we asked Minted design community members to have some fun submitting Twi-themed wedding invitations in our latest wedding invitation design challenge. Here are a few of the designs they came up with – you can vote to tell Minted to sell these designs by clicking here:
Would it be the elegant geometrical for time and all eternity by j. bartyn design?
Or perhaps after sunset by Kristen Smith? Dark, classic, yet with a touch of grunge?
Jody Wody’s Luna captures the night setting in a highly romantic way. The inky blue somehow conjures an era gone by:
I could also see dark romance by Heather W. being a likely possibility. Aren’t those polka dots against the spooky streaked sky an awesome combination?
Love immortal by Erin Pescetto seems just about right in so many ways… a love immortal, set in a castle, dancing in the dark. The square design works well here, too.
And then there’s Sink Your Teeth Into It by Kristin D, which is anything but subtle!
Again, not so subtle, but this is not your normal wedding! Blood Thirsty by Angela Chih.
Old Parchment by Elaine Stephenson really captures the show’s historic vibe.
Era gone by Pixelpackinmama Design also has a historic vibe, but is a lot more mainstream.
Solstice by Alex Elko really nails dark yet feminine.
I love how Elaine Stephenson has bound for eternity set at twilight in a cemetery.
Also in the black, white and red vein, Jacqueline Dziadosz’s True Love.
The font in delightfully dark by Moe and Me is just that–delightfully dark!
Shari Margolin’s love eternal is a much different take. It does seem like red, black, and white is the color palette most people think Bella will be working with!
Roses are a nice addition in Krista Eitsert’s Twilight Nuptials.
And some spiderwebs from Katherine Jakubowski in vampire bat wedding!
And we’ll conclude with Paper Dahlia’s use of black, white and great typography in her eternal love.
I loved seeing all of your creativity on the Twilight front! A big personal thank you to all of our talented designers who participated. Now I am off to buy my tickets for Friday night…7 COMMENTS