Green sage is a unique and understated color that can make a big impact on your wedding invitations. With its soft and delicate hue, green sage is the perfect complement to a wide range of styles and themes. Whether you’re planning a rustic outdoor wedding or a chic city hall ceremony, green sage is the perfect choice for your invitations.
When it comes to the design of your invitations, consider incorporating elements of nature, such as leaves or flowers, to complement the green sage color. You could also consider a minimalist design with clean lines and simple typography to give the invitations a modern and sophisticated feel. And with easy customization options available, you’ll be able to make your invitations truly your own.
Consider also adding a personal touch to your invitations, such as an illustration of you and your partner, your own handwriting font or a special message from your heart. This will make your invitations stand out and will be a great keepsake for your guests.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design.
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template.
- Wait for a while, a new page will appear.
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it.
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter.
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
Elegant Gothic Wedding Ideas
Choose a theme that matches your aesthetic when organizing a Gothic wedding, such as Day of the Dead sugar skulls or New Orleans vampire decadence. Then, add elegant and moody design elements to the room, like old candelabras on long velvet table runners. You can experiment with colors like blood reds, deep purples, and starry blues in addition to absolute black.
Here are some suggestions for making your Gothic wedding a sinister affair, from skull desserts to tarot card invitations.
Décor & Flowers
Consider renting an event space that has a hint of macabre glamour from bygone eras. An antique wedding venue is the ideal setting for a gothic ceremony. Intricate fireplaces, chandeliers, pointed spires, and stained wood are all examples of photogenic details to look for.
Don’t forget to take into account the outdoors: a Gothic ceremony would look stunning in a cavern lit by candles or a forest of deep greenery.
Take inspiration from films like Interview with the Vampire and adorn the area with a plethora of tall candles. Rich tapestries or materials made of lace, satin, and velvet should be added.
Don’t forget to include handmade details that go with your wedding’s theme, like white fresh pumpkins for an autumnal celebration or purple crystals and hanging twig stars for a witchy celebration.
Food & Drink
With a devilishly opulent table setting, you’ll be sure to impress your wedding guests. Purchase monogrammed or dark paisley napkins and rosary-wrap each one.
Each table has a bold centerpiece of candles and flowers on top of a layer of elegant Gothic fabrics and table runners. Instead of using eerie dollar store decorations, opt for natural accents like sliced pomegranates and burgundy grapes next to goblets of red wine.
Start off with an appropriately themed cocktail made with absinthe and a dry ice fog, or one that is served in a glass with a red or black salt rim. You could serve striking pasta, dumplings, or bread that has been darkened with black sesame, charcoal, or squid ink to go along with the gothic theme.