You, me oui
These geometric invites are coolness personified! Your guests will love the modern fonts, designs and especially the nostalgic ‘twist to reveal’ feature. They were created because Victoria, the designer, was fed up of receiving long-winded invites in the post where the key details were easily lost. The result is a beautiful invite that your wedding guests will be proud to stick on their noticeboard or fridge until the big day.
Wedfest invites are perfect for music lovers or if you’re having a festival wedding. Their quirky designs looks just like gig tickets and they can create festival-style lanyard programmes, VIP passes, festival wedding wristbands and all the rest of your wedding stationary to match. Perfect for rock & roll brides and grooms.
Wedding Tea towel
If you’re looking for something totally different, sustainable and most of all useful, what about having your wedding invite printed onto a tea towel? They come in a variety of styles and colours and we can guarantee your guests will be delighted to receive them.
These beautiful invites are inspired by the nature surrounding designer Ellie’s Yorkshire Dales home. The unique prints are works of art in their own right and perfect for nature lovers. We especially love the clear wax seals with flowers underneath. Ellie can work with you to create matching table plans, place cards and menus.
REAL bride Amy choose these guys to design her invites because she wanted something that would include all the things she and her husband-to-be loved. The completely personal invites included them skiing, their dogs and venue.
With Bells On
Quirky designs printed on thick, textured card stock are designer Carly’s forte. Her colourful creations can include personalised features such as your wedding venue and there are also beautiful ready-made designs to choose from in her etsy shop.
The little wedding room
We love the wood slice save the date fridge magnets and mix tape CD favours created by The Little Wedding Room. The copper table number sign can be personalised to match the rest of your wedding stationary, perfect for an industrial wedding venue.
The Gold Letter
If you’re looking for the most incredible modern calligraphy and details like giant confetti-filled envelopes check out Gold Letter! The hot-foil designs will definitely give guests a great first impression of your wedding.
luna and sol design
Luna and Sol’s clever invite folds itself into an envelope and can be finished with a wax stamp or tie. They can use heavy durable paper so that no extra envelope is required. Just add a stamp on the outer side of the invitation and send away! Perfect if you’re trying to reduce waste and make your wedding as sustainable as possible.
Mustard & Gray
These guys make bespoke wedding maps and beautiful illustrations of your venue, as well as an array of other cool designs.
Hopefully you’ve been inspired by these unusual wedding invites! We’d love to hear what type of wedding stationary you’re going for over on our Facebook group.
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