Liam Stevens

I love how this invitation by Liam Stevens takes a more traditional form and gives it a new quirky life because its hand drawn. Kind of traditional but with personality. Via Black Eiffel


Comments (18)

Eileen Garcia Photography | Reply

the hand drawn feel and nautical design is a great combination!

Gabriella {sensiblyluxe} | Reply

I am in love with this invitation! Too bad we just made ours…

Carrie | Reply

Love the wording! I hope no one minds if I steal it…

Stella | Reply

I love love this invite! Too bad I didn’t think of this years ago when I got married!

Charlotte ( | Reply

this is awesome. I would love it in colored ink as well – for a softer look.

Suzy | Reply

I sure wish I had thought of this for my wedding! You can’t get more personal than by using hand drawn wedding invitations. Every detail is so well thought out and any imperfections will add to the uniqueness! Wonderful!

jessica lorren | Reply

love the old world nautical feel!

sabina | Reply

like the idea of a traditional invitation…

katie {aisle candy} | Reply

Soooo pretty! I love this!

Tracy Thunderbolt | Reply

I really like this invitation. It reminded me of the cover of “The Mysterious Benedict Society,” actually, which always grabs my attention in the bookstore. The hand-drawn whimsy is so inviting.

West Palm Beach Wedding Photographer | Reply

Hand Drawn?? Now that’s dedication! Love it!

Lisa @ Scarlett Weddings | Reply

What a cool design, love it!

Laura | Reply

These invites are so cute! The weird thing is that Joseph & Charlotte are my parents’ names! In all my wedding photo-grazing, I haven’t come across them yet, until now.

Kristina - Fairfield CT DJ | Reply

Wow! Great post. I love the wedding invitation above. It’s unique. Thanks for sharing this to us.