Free shipping on all orders over $35

Lillian and Anthony - Gold Ink

Regular Price
$ 9.85
Sale Price
$ 9.85
Regular Price
$ 0.00
Sold Out
Unit Price


- +

Lillian and Anthony - Gold Ink

Regular Price
$ 9.85
Sale Price
$ 9.85
Regular Price
$ 0.00
Sold Out
Unit Price

Added to Cart View Cart or Continue Shopping.

  • Product Description
      our fall wedding style is a bit rustic, a bit modern a bit traditional and uniquely you. You want your wedding invitations to be beautiful and a bit boho. Let your imagination run with this classic for winter weddings in burgundy or maybe dusty rose for spring or go bold in black and gold for a winter wedding. 

      This design uses digital metallic gold ink on dark marsala paper for the invite. That means that the paper is burgundy through and through and the ink has a metallic sparkle to it. If you want to really go luxe, let's upgrade this design to foil for total shine!

      Want to learn more about the difference between digital metallic printing and foil? Watch the YouTube video I made all about it!

      Customizing wedding invitations is what I do best. If you click on on the collection section below you'll see other designs that are part of this set- all are beautiful in their own way and speak specifically to that couple's wedding style, needs and budget. What can I do to make these perfect for your wedding?


      This wedding invite starts with fig colored paper - it's burgundy through and through. I've used digital metallic gold ink on the invite for a bit of shimmer - it's one of the only ways you can print on dark paper so it looks amazing and feels so luxurious!

      I've layered matte ivory card stock behind the invite to soften it up and add some texture to the design.

      The info and RSVP card and mailing envelope all coordinate with the same matte ivory papers and burgundy ink.

      For a pop of color and depth to the design, I've added an RSVP envelope in shimmering beige.

      The entire design tucks into a pocket envelope, also in shimmering beige. Pocket envelopes are very similar to a traditional inner envelope, but with a modern twist. They are crafted from card stock, rather than thin paper, so they really stand up to the mail and are super special to open.

      You don't have to close that pocket if you don't want to, or you can add on a wax seal, sicker or ribbon! I'll let your creativity run wild!

      Customized invitations are my jam - so let me know what your wedding colors are and I'll sketch this design out with a new twist! Wedding invitations should be uniquely you!


      Every invitation order is custom, and can have any products or cards you need, just reach out below with your wish list.

      If you ordered this set as shown it would include: 
      6x6 pocket envelope
      6x6 wedding invitation with digital metallic ink
      5x5 additional info card
      3.5x5 RSVP card
      3.5x5 RSVP envelope with your address printed
      6x6 outer envelope with your return address printed

      Every invitation deserves to be uniquely and joyfully you.

  • How much do they cost?
    • Build your package so you get just what you need! Most iblw couples spend between $700 and $1500 on their invitations.
      Prices start at:

      Invitation + Envelope with your return address printed- $2.90
      Add a panel layer to your invite - $0.90
      RSVP Card + Envelope with your address printed - $1.80
      Large Insert - $1.50
      Small Insert - $1.10
      Belly Band - $1.00
      Inner Envelope - $0.60
      Vellum Inner Envelope - $0.80
      Solid Envelope Liner - $0.70
      Printed Envelope Liner - $1.80
      Classic Pocket - $2.30
      Pocket Card - $2.00
      Vellum Wrap - $0.70
      Wax Seal - $2.10
      Glitter Upgrade - $1.60
      Printed Guest Addresses - $0.50

      Minimum Order - 30 invitations
      Discounts available for orders over 150 invitations

      Want to see what these look like? Fill out the contact form below and I'll send over a few different variations for you.

  • What is the ordering process?


      If you know what you want and you're ready to order, fill out the "I'm ready to order" form in the tab below. Once you fill that out, I'll send over your contract to make sure everything is correct along with a wording form for you to fill out.


      Start by filling out the "Get some design ideas" form below. We'll look at mock-ups of your design in new colors or with different features and work out the details until the paper options and price point is spot on for you.

      You may not know exactly what you want, but you know you love certain styles and elements. I'll send over 2-3 ideas that we can use as a launch pad to bigger and better things. It's a prototype process where we'll sort out the elements that your eye is drawn to and falls in love with.


      After you sign your contract, a $100 deposit is due before we begin working on your first round of proofs.

      Your second payment is 50% of your order and is due before I order paper. So while we are working on your designs, we can change out the colors, sizes and quantity until you are comfortable and ready to move forward. 

      I print most orders in house, so once I order paper, we'll still be able to work on the design details, but at this point we will not be able to change paper colors or quantity.

      Your final payment is the remaining balance on your order and is due before I ship your invitations to you.


  • Get Some Design Ideas

  • I'm ready to order!
  • How long does it take?
    • Most invitation orders take about 3-5 weeks, but if you tell me you need them by a certain date, I'll make it happen.

      If you're still months away from needing invitations, that's totally fine too. We can start working on the design and then we'll put it on hold until you're ready.

      With covid restrictions changing rapidly, I'll get everything started and go as far as we can and as soon as you give me the green light, we'll move full steam ahead and change what we need to along the way.

  • Product Details
    • Variant: Sample Invitation