This post on the best wedding cards concepts and designs seeks to broaden your understanding of the different wedding cards concepts and designs that are available, which you can adopt for your wedding ceremony, and not just limiting yourself to the regular and common varieties available in markets. So, If you’ve already selected your venue, flowers, food, and decor, you probably have a good idea of your wedding style. Is it modern and chic or classic and romantic? Is your wedding more casual and laid back or formal and elegant?
Make sure your wedding invitation card design matches the overall style of your wedding. Your guests should get a “feel” of the wedding when they open the invitation.
Below are 10 of the Best Wedding Cards concepts and designs that you can choose from.
1. Dangle Box Wedding Invitation
This Wedding Invitation was designed by Octavian Belintan. The unique design combines simplicity and innovativeness to give you a fun and beautiful invite. They are also pretty simple to DIY. Just print out the pieces yourself and grab a box and paper cutter that fits the box's size. Kindly share some pictures below if you are able to pull it off.
2. Wooden Laser Cut Wedding Card
If you are opting for a more earthy feel, then you may want to think along the line of a wooden or wood themed wedding invitation cards. For the example above, produced by designer Chase Kettl, combines the simple use of materials, with the technique and impactful use of typography, offering an original set of wedding invitations. The laser cut use of type and simple imagery also contrasts well with the material choice and format.
Based on three interwoven concepts - traditional Mexican art, Vaudeville, and travel - these invitations were screen printed one at a time by hand on thick watercolor paper. Additional accents were provided via the unpredictable print-quality gained by using simple hand stamps. All of this combined to produce an experience of the invitation unique for each recipient.
The chalkboard design is a popular trend in greeting card designs. And it slowly made its way over to the wedding invitation over the last few months. Without a doubt, it’s a refreshing change that makes all kinds of wedding card designs look amazing.
The ability to highlight the text more clearly while keeping a minimalist look is what makes chalkboard designs truly one of a kind.
By far the most popular trend I came across was letterpress printing. This relief printing technique uses an inked, raised printing plate to create an imprinting effect on text and images.
The result is a high quality, classic feel that is absolutely perfect for wedding invitations. It’s not always the cheapest route but it’s certainly a good way to impress your guests.
6. DL size concertina Flip Book
DL size concertina flip book with a pouch in the back cover with RSVP, gift registry card, BBQ invite and ceremony explanation.
Keep it high-class and elegant with this black and gold foil invitation set.
8. Simple and elegant with a pop of color
The pink floral design gives these traditional invitation cards designs a soft touch.
9. Laser Cut Elegant Wedding Invitation Template
By Stylish Wedd
10. Paper Die Cut Cards
Finally on Best Wedding Cards concepts and designs.
Weddings are an incredibly special event and are a pleasure to be a part of. So, you can decide to allow your guest to start having fun with you from the moment they have your wedding IV's, by giving them the best cards they have seen up to date, and so gearing them up for what you have for them in the actual wedding ceremony.
Choosing the best wedding card concept and design for your wedding should be as much fun as having the actual ceremony and fortunately we can help with that. From an assortment of local cards, foreign cards as well as different customized wedding cards designs and concepts developed from scratch just for you, you can tell us your dream wedding cards and we will bring it to reality. So, Leave a comment below and let us know which of the invitations above you liked best. Also be sure to leave a link to any awesome invitations you’ve designed!
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