5 Wes Anderson-Inspired Wedding Invitation Templates
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When it comes to designing wedding stationery, I like to find inspiration from the things that I enjoy.
This includes references from my favourite movies. I am a huge fan of movie director Wes Anderson and have watched his movies over and over again (probably a few too many times!)
Out of all the collections I've designed so far, the Wes-Anderson inspired collection is still one of my favourites. I've borrowed the following Wes Anderson movie characteristics to design this collection:
✅ A fun colour palette
✅ Vintage and nostalgic vibes
✅ Witty words
A common misconception is that wedding stationery has to be over-the-top luxurious, romantic or formal. In my opinion, wedding invitations don't always have to be formal and they certainly don't have to lack personality.
I designed this collection for couples who want fun, quirky and informal stationery at their wedding. These templates are fully editable in the online editing program Templett (you'll be given access after purchase).
Once you have your design ready, it's just a matter of downloading the files and sending it to print. We recommend using online printers MOO (Worldwide), VistaPrint (Worldwide), Printed.com (UK) and Prints of Love (USA).
If you would like to share some photos of your wedding stationery in action, please feel free to use #thehellobureau or email them to info[at]thehellobureau.com. I look forward to seeing your Wes Anderson-style weddings! x
This design plays homage to Wes Anderson's film adaptation of Roald Dahl's book, Fantastic Mr. Fox. I absolutely love the vintage golden tones of the movie and have translated this into a three-piece invitation set.
Inspired by The Royal Tenenbaums, this design features the soft pink-ish undertones of the movie and includes a monogram that is alikened to a family crest.
This design is greatly inspired by the luscious deep blues and greens in The Darjeeling Limited. I chose to use an informal typeface to match the arcadian vibe of the movie.
Based on Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, this invitation design reflects the beachy atmosphere portrayed in the movie. I designed it with a small-beach-wedding-with-friends-on-a-balmy-summer's-evening in mind.
Since the movie Rushmore is based on a school, the inspiration for this design came from vintage school reports – especially with the inclusion of ruled borders. Once again, I've used the lovely vintage golden tones of the movie as a colour reference.
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