Monday, August 1, 2016

REAL WEDDINGS: Latin-American Vow Renewal

A vow renewal is a way to reaffirm your commitment to each other -- whether you are celebrating a milestone, or just want to finally experience the big wedding you didn't have the budget for when you were younger. No matter the reason, its a beautiful way to celebrate your marriage.

Rosa and Luis decided to renew their vows in July 2016. They chose a destination wedding in Jesús María, Jalisco, a small town located 2 hours east of Guadalajara, Mexico. A place that no doubt holds great sentiment for their families. For the invitations, we created a classic color combination of champagne, black and red accents, with a little Latin flare.

This custom invitation features a beautiful patterned pocket in red on champagne shimmer. The pockets shown here are available in a variety of colors, textures and patterns. Create your own look and infuse your culture with custom invitations by Affordable Wedding Invites.
A black linen backing layer adds another level of sophistication to the Spanish verse printed in black on matching champagne insert. Instead of response cards, a pass card is provided to guests for entry to the celebration. 
The invitation notes padrinos - or sponsors for the wedding, who are all recognized in different parts of the ceremony - A Spanish wedding custom.
Coordinating design was used to create prayer cards for the ceremony.
The pocket is secured with a hand-assembled tag and bow combination adds a unique personal touch.

Another option for dressing up the prayer cards with a ribbon and rhinestone buckle.

Learn more about planning your own vow renewal.

Read more about Latin-American Wedding Traditions.

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