Boarding Pass Wedding Invitation Suite

When Lindsey first told me about her ideas to incorporate travel into her wedding stationery, I instantly fell in love! We both knew it would be so fun to make the invitation look and feel like a real boarding pass, complete with a QR code that directed guests to visit their wedding website. How cool is that?!

During their engagement session, I found this awesome Texas flag painted on the wall of a building in downtown Houston, which made for the perfect Save The Date postcard image! The back of the card has a cute vintage feel, reminiscent of old travel postcards you could send back to family and friends while on vacation. The bride wrote a sweet message on the back in her own handwriting and I incorporated it into the design.

No stationery suite is complete without matching thank you notes and a ceremony program for the big day! I used different icons representing the various parts of the ceremony and created an itinerary for guests that also (secretly) formed a map using the bride and groom’s initials – AWL. The bridal party was listed as a cute infographic and tied the whole thing together with a vintage airmail styled border in her wedding colors.

We had a few people ask if the boarding pass was for a real flight to the wedding … I’d call that a success!

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Author: lynseycreative

Lynsey is a native Texan and lifelong creative. Her obsession with typography, color, and entrepreneurship fuels her passion for helping other creative professionals build beautiful brands to do their best work. She lives in Houston with her husband Ryan & crazy dachshund pup Savannah.

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