Wedding Bells | Invitations
With invitations this cute it’ll be hard to pick just one.
Dress: check. Venue: check. Now for the most important part (besides the wedding dress of course) – the invitations. Or, arguably, the invitations may even be more important than the dress because, without them, who’s going to make it to your wedding? Not many people. The good thing is, the main stress of the wedding is gone. By now you at least have a place to go for your wedding as well as a theme, so now is about the time where things start falling into place. The invitations are super important because they give your guests a teasing glimpse of what they can expect at your wedding theme-wise. Your invitations will hint at the color scheme of your wedding along with the overall feel you’re going for, so the invitations are definitely something you want to spend some time on. One of the best places to start when looking for your invitations is etsy. You can browse tons of invitations in different styles and colors, and simple templates make it easy for you to imagine what that invitation would look like with your information written on it – so exciting! As long as you keep your invitation fairly simple, you’re good to go. Don’t go overboard with crazy fonts, text sizes, colors, and designs – you definitely don’t want to overwhelm your guests! Pick a color scheme that matches your wedding, along with a font that’s easy to read, and voila – invitations are done! Just make sure you do tons and tons of spell checks – you don’t want your guests showing up to your wedding on the 4th if it’s really the 5th. To give you some wedding invitation inspiration, we’ve gathered up a few of our favorite designs so you know where to start your search. Here’s Wedding Planning | Invitations.
Nothing says boho chic more than a wreath of flowers, and this invitation does not disappoint. The fact that there are several different colors on this invitation adds some nice pop, while not being overwhelming.
This invitation is simple, yet chic. The size of the names pairs nicely with the small amount of information towards the bottom, and while the names are written in more curly lettering, it’s still easy to read.
This invitation rocks – literally. The geode design is something that most people don’t go for when choosing a wedding invitation, and that’s what makes it stand out. The color scheme remains simple while the gold foiling adds a nice touch of something extra.
You can’t do rustic without neutrals and deer antlers, and this invitation is doing everything right. The flowers add a nice pop of color while the brown background maintains a touch of woodsy masculinity.
This invitation proves that you don’t need color for your invitation to be eye-catching. The simple design hints at a rustic theme, while the curly font adds some playfulness to it.
Twinkling string lights? Wood planks? This invitation wastes no time hinting at the rustic-themed wedding. Make sure you bring your cowboy boots!
Nothing says vintage like dainty lace, and this invitation hits the nail on the head. The soft pink adds a nice pop of color while still maintaining a vintage feel.
Another hint at a vintage wedding? This invitation. There may seem like a lot going on, especially with the several different fonts, but the fact that the color scheme remains simple and neutral makes it work.
It’s hard to ditch the lace when you’re throwing a vintage themed wedding, and this invitation puts the theme into play beautifully.
Who doesn’t love the beach? This coral-colored invitation immediately brings beach vibes, and if the color wasn’t enough, the shells and starfish definitely take it one step further.
Still beachy but a bit simpler is this starfish invitation, and there’s no way guests will be disappointed feeling the sand between their toes if the venue happens to be on the beach!
This invitation takes guests under the sea with its cute coral reef illustration. While the invitation has a lot of white area, the illustration and simple color scheme prevent it from being boring.
This invitation may just be a simple black and white theme, but there’s absolutely nothing boring about it. The heart tied into the lettering definitely adds a romantic touch.
This invitation looks a bit rustic but the good thing about it is that you can go a number of different ways with it because it’s simple. The fonts add some nice decoration without it being too much, and the lettering on the inside of the envelope is a nice touch.
This invitation is so simple but in a very good way. It works well with no matter what wedding theme you’re going for, and the fact that it’s not just a plain white background adds some spark.
Want flowers on your invitation, but not too many? This is a perfect choice then. A simple group of flowers in the corner adds some color to this invitation without it looking like a florist, and also hints at a beautiful color scheme.
When thinking of flowers, not many people picture blue ones, but this invitation changes that. This color scheme switches it up from the normal pink flower overload, and we’re loving everything about it!
The flowers are taking over – and we’re perfectly okay with it. These flowers may be big, but since there aren’t too many different colors in play, they’re not overbearing.