This invitation for a rehearsal dinner at Boure in Oxford, Mississippi was letterpressed on a thick, luxe card with navy ink and a stunning duogram.
This rehearsal dinner invitation featured charcoal ink and festive typography.
Often the groom's family will host what has come to be known as a "post toast" for friends and family who might be in town for the weekend, but are not directly part of the wedding party and therefore are not part of the rehearsal dinner. It allows more merriment with those who have traveled so far.
This rehearsal dinner invitation was for a New Orleans destination wedding.
This stunning Smock rehearsal dinner invitation featured a beautiful die cut shape and metallic edge painting. It was the rehearsal dinner invitation for one of our favorite calligrapher's daughters and it was stunning.
The regrets were printed on the back of the card along with a distinctive soft green pattern.
This rehearsal dinner invitation printed by Smock featured an oak leaf wreath monogram and custom calligraphy by Claire Frascogna.
Crisp green and blue colors and distinct typography highlight this rehearsal dinner invitation.
This stunning rehearsal dinner invitation was printed on imported italian paper. It featured a gate-fold card, with a storybook monogram letter at the top and custom calligraphy for the bride and groom.
The invitation was sealed with a wax seal, but upon opening revealed the beautiful interior.
This rehearsal dinner invitation featured a green shimmer card mounted on top of an ivory backer card layer.
Another charming post-toast example, this design features a checkered bottom band for a bit of flair.