Invitations are the first thing your guests will receive that really sets the tone for your wedding. What will your invitation say about your wedding?



To set a formal or traditional tone, keep the invitation simple with minimal color. Script font is always formal and traditional feeling. 


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For a modern style, think clean lines and minimal distraction. 


Photo Credit: Jodi Gray Photography


If you know you are going with a garden style on wedding day, give your guests a little glimpse into your plan with an invitation suite that features flowers and greenery.


Photo Credit: Connection Photography


If you plan to have an outdoor or a mountain wedding, get inspired by an invitation with some nature on it! This could be a great nod to the outdoors for a rustic style wedding as well.


Photo Credit: Dawn Marie Photography


Block lettering and an art deco border will really set the vintage tone. 


Photo Courtesy of Kara Anne + Co. / Photo Credit: Rob + Kristen Photography

Laser Cut

Add something different to your invitation like a laser cut fold. This is where the paper is cut out with a laser to create a design.   


Photo Courtesy of Elle M Events

Metallic Foil

Whether you use gold, silver or rose gold as your accent metallic in your color palette, use that same color on your invitation for a fun, modern pop. 


Photo Credit: Rose Trail Images


Somewhat a modern look, somewhat a look all its own, go with an acrylic invitation to really make a statement and stand out.


Photo Credit: Alexandra Blackmon Photography

Belly Band

Wrap your invitation in a belly band for a very regal feeling, especially if you use a seal like this one!


Photo Credit: Amelya Jayne Photography

Pocket Fold

If you are planning for several inserts to your invitation, a pocket fold is a great idea. A little more traditional, a pocket fold invitation gives your inserts a pocket to sit in and fold up all in one.


Photo Courtesy of That Joy Design

Envelope Liner 

Wow your guests with something extra like an envelope liner. This is when the inside of the envelope is a print or different color. 


Photo Credit: Samantha Laffoon Photography