Remember my favorite wedding ever?* The one that wasn’t a wedding, it was a quasi nuptial event? The one with the hula hooping? The one at Union Station? (And I didn’t even mention this last time) the wedding where the ‘ceremony,’ such as it was, was a compilation of videos made by their friends?
Right. Well. Style Me Pretty just posted their invitations, by Peculiar Pair Press, and we have to talk about them because they are Really. That. Cool.
I already talked about their thoughts about the word ‘wedding’ on their invite, but ohdeargod people, they stated the dress code as “Sassy semi-formal, emphasis on the sass.” I think they just defined my ideal wedding style. Yes to the sass, please and thank you.
And they asked people to save the date so they could “attend a formidable party that will also include a quasi-nuptial element.” Indeed. I would like our wedding to be a formidable party.
The invitation designers described these invites as completely non-traditional, but I’m going to argue that they are just authentic and unique (not to mention deeply personally political). This is what I want with our invitations, a way to convey a taste of who we really are and what this party is really about.
*admittedly, I have at least five favorite weddings ever, but shush.