Why should your wedding guests have to wait until you’re down the aisle to see some Vera Wang? Our friends at Crane, who are the longtime experts in formal stationery, have collaborated with the iconic bridal designer to release a collection of around 40 different styles of invitations—and we’re sure that you can match your dress to at least one of them. Below, we’ve paired some of our favorite cards to the gown style we think works best.
If You’re Wearing a Ballgown . . .
Try the Victoria wedding invitations! The romantic typeface comes in camel, sun gold, and dahlia (a pink shade) and the lining can be tan, a confetti pattern, or have a marble effect. It’s a classic look that will surely match such a classic silhouette.
If You’re Wearing a Timeless Contemporary Style . . .
The Sky wedding invitations will work well. All caps mixed with italics reads as classic yet contemporary. With different ink and lining choices, you can truly make them your own. We see this invite pairing well with a long-sleeve style or possibly an off-the-shoulder look in a silk or crepe fabric, nothing too showy or trendy.
If You’re Wearing an A-Line Dress . . .
Try the Versailles wedding invitations! The mix of dramatic cursive and serif all-caps lettering is a little old-school but in a fun way, especially when paired with the confetti lining. It says, “They’ll be glamour and they’ll be dancing!” Luckily, in an A-line dress, you can move freely and you’re not constricted. Plus, you have a full enough skirt to make it move on the floor.
If You’re Wearing a Look with Sparkle . . .
The Dominique wedding invitations has a brushed metallic look that’s artistic and catches the eye . . . much like crystal embellishments do. This invite will prep your guests for a show stopping gown with a shimmery element. And the mix of capital serif lettering and sans serif is modern and youthful.
If You’re Wearing a Dress with Floral Elements . . .
The Lilac wedding invitations are a no-brainer . . . florals go with florals—and if you’re wearing Vera Wang, there’s a strong chance they’ll match exactly. The booklet style is also very story book-esque in the best, most bridal and fairytale way possible.
To explore the full collection of Vera Wang wedding invitations, click here.
This post is sponsored by Crane.