Whatever your event, if you’re going with a theme centered around a vineyard, wine or anything remotely Italian or Tuscan, you’ll want these olive and olive tree-themed invitations. These three new designs are perfect for a dinner party, shower or wedding, and you may even find that they spark an entirely new level of party planning creativity. After all, if you’re going to have an olive-themed invitation, why not have a gourmet olive bar at the wedding, olive branches in the centerpieces, cheese plates for favors or a wine tasting at the shower? Whether you prefer the more classic olive and wine Tuscan theme, the elegant olive orchard theme or the delightfully modern olive design, each is fitting in its own way.
Isn’t it romantic? Enhancing the warm glow of a vineyard setting, champagne and gold are a lovely match for a winery wedding. Shimmery bridesmaid dresses universally flatter. Gilded details add richness and royalty to wedding reception tables. Invitations in gold celebrate the sunlight that illuminates the grapevines and makes them grow. The only thing more radiant than the look of this wedding, is the bride.
Clockwise from Top Left: Wine Country Romance Wedding Invitations in champagne & gold from Wine Country Occasions; bride & bridesmaids via eLLe Photography; tablescape via Michael & Anna Costa Photography; Wine Cork Place Card Holders from Wine Country Occasions; bouquet via Uschi & Kay: and, cake from Cake Art Studio
Letterpress stationery has a traditional elegance that is unmatched by any other printing process. In letterpress printing, the ink is literally pressed into the paper creating an indentation. If you run your hands over the invitation, you can feel the printing in relief. Offset or flat printing – where the ink sits on top of the paper appearing “flat” – is a much more common process.
Letterpress wedding invitations feel timeless. Because the process is time-consuming and must be done by a skilled craftsperson in small batches, the cost is higher. But many couples find it worth it. After all, wedding invitations are the first impression guests will have of the happy event to come.
We offer letterpress as an option for most of our winery wedding invitations, though delicate patterns tend to work best. The gorgeous vineyard and oak tree designs featured below are a must-see. Their stylish sophistication make them the perfect match for a classic vineyard or rustic wedding!
Pictured above: Vineyard Letterpress Wedding Invitations
Pictured above: Oak Tree Letterpress Wedding Invitations
The olive branch makes a lovely wedding motif evoking the hilly Italian region of Tuscany where some of the world’s best Chianti is made. It is, of course, also a symbol of peace. Whether you are having a wedding at a vineyard or a farm, an olive branch theme will bring rustic warmth to your event. Use olive tree sprigs as table decoration and in flower arrangements. Use the color olive for bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen details. Olive oil favors catch the light beautifully and make treasured gifts. However you use this ancient fruit plant, it’s beauty and meaning is sure to make a special contribution to your day of celebration.
Clockwise from Top Left: Wine Country Occasions’ Olive Branch Wedding Invitations; bridal party from Chic Bridesmaid Dresses; groom via Love to Know; place setting via Jose Villa; cake via Belle and Chic; bracelet from etsy.com; and, bride from Benjamin and Elise
From plum to indigo, the range of purple grape colors is the inspiration behind our latest mood board. Celebrate the different shades of this royal hue by playing with the ombre trend. Ombre cakes and bridesmaid dresses look fresh and pretty this season. Plum-colored cocktails are sophisticated and playful. A vase with cascading dark blue grapes – so simple and yet so decadent – is a real vineyard wedding show-stopper!
Clockwise from Top Left: Wine Country Occasions’ Grape Bunch Watercolor Wedding Invitation; bridesmaids via Deidre Lynn Photography; rings via DelMonaco Winery; cocktail from Gift a Day; boutonnieres by Amy Osaba Floral Design; cake from Maggie Austin Cake; reception table from Habitat Events; and, shoes via Stacey Jones-Wedding Planner
There is beauty in rows of colorful glass bottles, the inspiration for our latest vineyard wedding color combination of moss green, light green, yellow and aqua. Light through glass has a dreamy, water-like quality that is a great match for a wedding among lush greenery and grapevines. Moss green – or, let’s call it wine bottle green – pairs well with light green. Both colors would work well – alone or together – for bridesmaids dresses, groomsmen ties, a bridal sash.
Yellow flowers add a splash of cheer while staying in a nature-inspired color palate. Use aqua-colored glass bottles as part of your table decor to bring a feeling of freshness and movement – like a cool stream. Our Love Bird Wine Wedding Invitations looks lovely in these colors and the bird motif is lightheartedness and romantic.
Make your rustic or winery wedding invitations something special with an elegant ribbon pocket design. There is a real “wow” factor to this look, which comes with a square invitation layered and in a folder, then dressed with a satin ribbon. A stylish emblem on the front adds a personal touch emblazoned with the names of the bride and groom or a monogram.
Wrapped around the front cover, the ribbon creates a “pocket” on the inside cover, perfect for holding enclosure cards and envelopes. The rich, metallic colors of the layering cards add to the opulent look.
This presentation is an exquisite match for our Grape Leaf Ribbon Pocket Invitation or Elegant Vineyard Ribbon Pocket Invitation, as pictured below. The moment your guests slide these beauties out of the envelope, they will know they are in for one special celebration!
The strikingly pretty colors of succulents are the inspiration for our latest vineyard wedding color palette. Green and lavender, evoking the loveliness of a garden in full bloom, will bring a sense of freshness and light to your event. It’s a perfect match for the delicate grapevine design of our Vineyard Motif Wedding Invitations. Creating floral arrangements with lavender-colored flowers is a great way to use this color combination. Lavender table linens adorned with cacti or greenery would also bring out the natural beauty of a vineyard setting.
For the adventurous and outdoorsy couple, adding bicycle imagery to your wedding decor can be a great match for a vineyard event. Our latest winery wedding invitations and save the date card design is a whimsical yet elegant way to make your big announcement.
Incorporate a bicycle motif by making DIY centerpieces out of bicycle baskets filled with goodies like a baguette, bottles of wine, candies and fruits. Decorate bicycle wheels with ribbons or flowers and hang them over your dessert table for a festive look. A personalized bottle of wine presented in a Bicycle Wine Bottle Gift Bag makes a charming vineyard-themed wedding favor.
Rich burgundy red is the inspiration for our latest mood board celebrating the deep color of red wine. This soulful hue pairs beautifully with earthy neutral tones, as well as purples and greens. Embrace the inherent drama of this deep red with showstopping table centerpieces and a floral design that demands attention. Keep the rest of your decor simple with clean lines and plenty of white – the perfect backdrop for this dream vineyard wedding come to life.
Clockwise from Top Left: Wine Country Occasions’ Wine Glass Impression Wedding Invitation and Cork Place Card Frame and Mine Photo Frame; reception table via Melissa Jill Photography; wine bottle guest book via Encore Events Rentals; cake via Donna Makes Cakes; and, bouquet photo via Sara Gray Photography