Today, if you go on Pinterest you will find so many wedding invitation templates it might be hard to narrow down the perfect one. From minimalistic styles to elaborate and decorative templates, you are bound to find the perfect one for you and your fiance that your guest will keep as mementos long after the wedding day. We have created a list of wedding invitation templates that can help you narrow down your search. Read on for our selection of favorite wedding invitation templates that you can use to commemorate the big day!
For couples who believe in the motto ‘less is more’ might be into minimalistic wedding invitation templates. All you need is a beautiful font and a simple watercolor design to create an eye-catching wedding template. Rustic and simple wedding invitations are perfect for spring and summer weddings.
This wedding invitation is perfect for nature lovers. Are you having a rustic, country outdoor wedding? Give your guests a little sneak peek of the big day by choosing wedding invitation templates that match your wedding style or theme.
Select wedding invitation templates that feature watercolor wildfire botanical bouquet in shades of pink, purple, yellow, and blue with flowing green botanical foliage. If you are into flowers but don’t want an overwhelming print, choose a chic and modern typography design.
For the bold and daring couples out there, let your adventurous side show in this type of wedding invitation template that you can choose for the invitations. Hipsters and artists alike would enjoy wedding invitations that are bold and vibrant like this neon orange and salmon template.
Calling all nature lovers! If you and your finance are big nature lovers why not choose a wedding template that showcases off one of the many things you have in common. Choose a classic woodland image such as a forest or shrubs to be on the cover of the wedding invite. Or choose to recreate your proposal for your guests by including an image of a spot in the woods overlooking a lake or mountain backdrop that was the setting the day of your engagement.
Choose a wedding invitation template designed for the barefoot, flower crown-wearing free spirit in you. Be one with the world by using earthly tones for your invite colors that you can also use in your flower arrangements and bouquet on your wedding day.
Spring weddings are great opportunities to go full bloom with your wedding invitation templates. Choose one with pretty flower bouquets scattered across off-white card stock for a nice contrast and a pop of color that is pleasing to the eye. Choose a font like stylish calligraphy that is a readable, modern-meets-timeless wedding font that is feminine but not too frilly, formal but not too old-fashioned.
This layered invitation is the height of personalization. The first layer features your personalization and monogram and the bottom layer is your photograph. Add a satin ribbon to secure the top and bottom layers together. You can choose to pick a ribbon that is the same as your wedding colors or pick colors such as teal, eggplant, or cream to make a nice contrast against a black and white photo.
You can’t go wrong with a vintage-style wedding invitation especially one dressed up in white paper dollies! There’s something so pretty about brown paper card-stock adorned with elegant black lettering. This simple and old- fashioned wedding invite template will always be a treasured favorite!
Less is more, is my motto! It’s so satisfying in fashion to see monochromatic or minimalistic styles trending lately expressing the idea that we don’t need all the fluff, glitz, and glamour to look good. The same can be said about choosing elegant contemporary wedding invitation templates. Easily incorporate just one single color to pop against white cardstock. Play around with the font and text size to create a uniform layout that is pleasing to the eye.
Planning on having a destination wedding? Choose among wedding invitation templates that creatively share your unique venue location to your guests. Not many people can have a destination wedding anymore, mainly due to the additional expense, but if you can- why not go all out with travel-themed invites?
I had a friend of a friend who recently had his wedding in Hawaii. It was a small and intimate wedding with only about 50 guests including the bridal party. Hawaii was a special place for his fiancée and himself so his family and friends were more than happy to fly to the island for the big day. He choosed a similar wedding template and his guests loved it so much many of them laminated them for safekeeping instead of tossing them out!
For a simple and unique way to add some elegance to your wedding invites simply choose to use acrylic paper instead of typical card stock material. This is a good option for those who are in the early stages of wedding planning but haven’t selected the color scheme yet. You want to make sure that you give your guest ample enough time to save the date. Since wedding planning is already hard enough as it is, go simple with a clear invitation and go the non-traditonal route and let the color scheme reveal happen at the wedding.
Another huge plus is the color white is simply elegant on its own. All you need is a nice font to make this invitation stand out and be the rival of other elaborate and busy looking invites.