The wedding invitation is one of the first things a guest will notice about your wedding, so it is important to make a good impression. With people potentially getting invited to many weddings in their lives, you want your wedding invitations to feel specific to you. Here are five wedding invitation ideas to wow your guests
For a Destination Wedding
An invitation that looks like a passport is the perfect fit for a destination wedding. This invitation is versatile with color and style options, meaning you can customize the colors to your wedding theme, or the colors around your destination. A passport is also a way to tease your guests that a destination wedding is planned. Consider a customized stamp with the names of the couple, or the date just as they will receive when they get on the plane for the wedding.
For a Personal Touch
Photographs are a fantastic way to add a personal touch to your wedding invitations. Take a journey through your relationship with images of when you met, an engagement photo, and a recent photo announcing the wedding. If one of you likes photography, consider adding photos you’ve taken so guests can see more of your work. Consider colors complementary to the photos for the text and the border for the invitations. For a splash of nostalgia consider using black and white photos.
For Something Artistic
Having a hand-drawn wedding invitation is a great way to add a personal touch that your guests are sure to love. The design is up to you, meaning these can be personalized with a meaningful design or just personalized hand lettering.
For a Modern Twist
Varying shapes and sizes are perfect to have a modern flair to your wedding invitations. A good way to achieve this is to start with a rectangle invitation and add geometric elements to customize it. Another way to have a modern touch is to have different colors, sizes, and textures for the shapes, making your invitation even more modern.
For Something Fun
A fun touch to your invitation could include a survey of your guests’ interests and hobbies, especially for large weddings, so as you do your table seating, you can group guests with common interests. Another idea is to solicit song requests for the DJ or band. Not only are these extras fun for your guests, but it’s also a way to help plan your reception at the same time.
A wedding statement makes a statement for you as a couple, and it’s one of the first ways people will know about your wedding. Still looking for the perfect dress before the big day? Check out our Bridal collection.