Top 10 Unique Illustrated Wedding Invitations To Inspire You
Feast your eyes on these enchanting bespoke illustrated designs that are sure to make a lasting impression on guests.
Wedding invitations are a great – and the first way – to showcase the themes and vibe of your wedding from the start. Here are our picks of ten illustrated wedding invitations with interesting artwork and bespoke elements that will inspire you with their creativity.
Pink Whistle Man wove a story with pictures to depict this couple’s wedding itinerary. Bold hues and spectacular illustrations set against old Bahrain’s cityscapes portrayed the themes and settings for various functions.
This quirky design by Radhika Pitti Studio is as fun as it is festive. Starting from the royal guards and elephants, it depicts the regal and palatial venue of the wedding, with a pop-up style event information across the card.
An enchanting watercolor portrayal of the city of lakes, this beautiful engagement invitation by Puneet Gupta Invitations evokes the royalty of Udaipur and Rajasthan culture.
This utterly unique concept by Hieco by Simran Monga is sure to take you on a walk down memory lane. Influenced by retro Indian aesthetics and local imagery, every card is accompanied by beautiful images that represent a particular ceremony.
A fitting tribute to this jet-setting couple’s love story, this creative ‘Save the Date’ invitation by Shreyansh Bespoke mapped out their journey with passport stamps. Indicating that their upcoming wedding is slated to be a destination one, it tied together the themes of travel beautifully.
A happy caricature of the couple by Radhika Pitti Studio captured their love against a backdrop of lush nature with exotic trees, while in the foreground; bright lotuses dot a water body.
Dream Wedding Diary
Encased in rich royal blue covering, this creative invitation diary by Puneet Gupta Invitations portrayed the distinct themes and designs for each function.
Heritage and History
This cleverly designed invite by Pink Whistle Man honored the bride and groom’s heritages, personas and of course, their love story. The Telugu groom was portrayed with traditional splendor against the architecture of the iconic Vaikuntha Dwaram of the Tirumala Temple, as well as the Seattle skyline, where he works. The bride, who hails from New York, is re-imagined as a traditional Bengali bride against a quintessential Kolkata street window and the Manhattan skyline.
Exquisitely handcrafted, this quaint invite box by Pragmatic Art showcased water-color illustrations done in vintage style, and included detailed function cards, an old-school map of the couple’s global travels, customized chocolates, masala bottles, and more.
This hand-painted design by Mesh Designs re-imagined the couple in godly avatars and depicted them in traditional ensembles adorned with jewels and lotus garlands.
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