Since we’re in the marriage season (because people, for some reason, don’t like to get hitched in the snow?) I figured it was a good time to post another batch of wedding-related cards. We have brides! Gold foil! Candles! All the cards here are from companies that no longer exist.
For your wedding… FIRE! Please enjoy.
This was for a wedding gift, and those little white dots are supposed to be part of the flower arrangement. Baby’s breath, maybe? I’m not sure a lone rose needs that, but, whatever, just run with it. Candles on cards in this era tend to have magical floating flames that are a bit confusing. My eyes are also terrible.
For your wedding, a bride and groom that look like they stared into the abyss and it stared back. I’m sure the artist meant for them to be staring lovingly at each other, but it just doesn’t really… work. The cake is pretty, though! This is a great shade of blue.
Okay, this is a wedding anniversary card. Same difference. Loving the lace-looking edge. The bell lock is an interesting touch. This card is kind of a gift because there are so many pieces that can be picked apart to use as their own elements—the flowers! The key! The frame and lace edge! So many options.
A stylish dress, flowers everywhere, questionable anatomy—this card has it all. I am actually a fan of the calla lily bouquet, though not so sure I’m gonna like whatever evil thing these two are planning. Very suspicious couple, do not recommend.
I like this wedding card because it’s a photograph of a framed picture. There is so much gold, gold everywhere, all the gold. I hope you like gold. It’s just an interesting arrangement that does not scream “congrats on the wedding!” to me. I could see this image being a great sympathy card—not so blatant in the “I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS OH MY GOD they rest with the angels now” imagery as most in that category.
Thanks for browsing! Have you received any interesting wedding-related cards, or run across them in your adventures? Share them in the comments!
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