From custom-made works of art to whimsical floral postcards, here are some of our favorite paperie finds to announce the big day.
Like with every detail of your wedding, the design and style of your invitation cards require your special attention. Ideally, the cards should go with the themes and color schemes you’ve picked for the wedding. Whether you’re looking for simple, sophisticated missives, playfully creative teasers or artsy watercolor styles, the sky’s the limit.
So what are you waiting for? We’ve gathered some unique inspiration from the world of wedding invitation card trends, with invites crafted by our favorite Invitation designers.
1. Laser Cut Floral Invite by Artsy Design Co.
Like an ode to the modern Indian wedding, this gorgeous invitation card by Artsy Design Co. has a delicate laser cut flap, intricate gold foil detailing and uplifts the entire design with fresh hues and floral motifs rendered in a contemporary style.
2. Folk Art Inspired Invite by Turmeric Ink
An inter-cultural wedding requires a particular finesse when creating themes and design briefs. Turmeric Ink has mastered the presentation of the union of two cultures with this invitation inspired by the Kalamkari folk art tradition with a few delightful Persian influences. The detailed floral pattern is hand-illustrated and the inserts reflect the colors of the box top. The entire effect is one of depth, complexity and richness and makes it one of our favorites.
3. Paris Themed Invite by Itchha Talreja Designs
Did you know the word RSVP comes from the French word “répondez s’il vous plaît”? Fits perfect for this couples story and wedding theme. This creative invitation card was meant to evoke Paris, for a bride who was proposed to, in the city of love. Itchha Talreja used Laduree inspired motifs, lots of lace, doily inspired scalloped edges and of course Parisian stamps. The inserts are scalloped vintage floral postcards featuring the Arc De Triomphe, Moulin Rouge and Eiffel Tower stamps. They’re tied up with a ribbon & a tag that says, “We will always have Paris”. Sealed and stamped with love from Paris.
4. EcoCraft Map Invitations by Expressing Ideas
Are you a couple with a bad case of wanderlust? Or are you having a destination wedding? This fun, easy wedding invite helps your guests locate your wedding destination and generates the anticipation of travel and discovery. Eco Craft by Expressing Ideas added a vintage-style world map to their invitations theme. It’s beautifully done and a real keepsake.
5. Vintage Recipe Book Themed Invite by Pink Whistle Man
Take cue from this couple that loves cooking together! A 12-year relationship that began in 2nd grade their mutual history and passion for food inspired Pink Whistle Man to design a vintage-style recipe book that traced their wonderful journey over the years and their recipe for a wonderful wedding.
6. Water Color Invite by Moor Designs
From soft-washed cakes to dipped invitations, watercolor ideas of all kinds have been popping up and grabbing our attention. These beautiful, minimalistic watercolor invitation cards by Moor Designs can make a big statement. For the right amount of sophistication, consider adding incorporating metallic hints and themes into your wedding invitations.
7. Pilot Suite Themed Invite by CreateAflutter
Can you imagine a pilot couple that loves travelling bringing all their favorite elements into their wedding invitation cards? CreateAflutter managed to achieve just that through this creative invite for one couple. The Pilot Suite (thus named) invite had it all – the old world charm, the vintage maps and antique airplanes, stamps and air mail envelopes, boarding passes and luggage tags, paper plane and caricatures. Everything just found its perfect synergy with every element in the design bearing significance to the couple’s story.
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