You want your guests to open your wedding invitations and think 'WOW - this is so them!', don't you? Give your guests a taste of the wedding celebration to come with one of these wedding invitation styles.
Prepare your guests for a sweet affair with a romantic wedding invite. Think soft blush colours, watercolours, lovely calligraphy and prints like hearts and flowers. Invites like this are too beautiful to be thrown out and can be kept as a keepsake for years to come.
If your aesthetic is more minimal, opt for a clean and chic stationary style. Crisp whites and black typography is the perfect way to express your pared back theme.
Keep your invites as carefree and relaxed as your beach wedding plans to be with watercolours, classic beach hues and simple text. Don't worry you don't need to include starfish or dolphins, keep it classy with a fun play on words or a striking graphic.
To keep it classic with invites that stand the test of time, go for clean borders, gold and black lettering and soft hues.
Create invitations that are just as 'tropi-cool' as you and your fiancé are. Big, bold prints, palm trees and florals look stunning in this aesthetic paired with simple copy.
Perfect for the artistic couple, watercolour invites are a lovely and subtle invite that lend themselves to any wedding theme. What else is great about this style stationary is that they are so versatile, from a stained style, to colour splotches or abstract designs.
Tell your guests to save the date and pack a bag with these cute destination wedding invites. We love the boarding pass and passport style of the two invites below.
Keep your style opulent with gold foil calligraphy, beautiful papers and opulent ribbon. Keep the style simple and sophisticated and save the WOW factor for your luxe wedding day.
The moody wedding trend has been gaining popularity in recent years and it looks like it is here to stay. Treat guests to an infusion of deep and dark colours, juxtaposed against pink, white or gold text, finished off with an opulent print and luxury envelope.
Loving the watercolour trend? Click here to check out our DIY watercolour wedding invite tutorial!
Feature image: Kate MacPherson Photography