I love typography, it’s such an art form that only those who know how, can make it beautiful. For wedding stationery, having typography wedding invitations may be exactly what you had in mind. Simple and to the point. A few feminine designs and some more neutral, either way there is something to suit everyone. Some of you may not have considered this type of wedding stationery before. If not, here are a few beautiful typographic wedding invitations that may excite you.
This rustic styled letterpress wedding invitation suite features a calligraphic font paired with a block font for all of the pertinent event details. It is letterpress printed on kraft paper with a deep green ink. This invitation suite is beautifully wrapped with a wildflower patterned paper and secured tightly with a wrapping of twine and a letterpressed tag. It is then delivered to your guests in a mint green envelope lined with the same wildflower paper.
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Let your wedding invitations be as unique and personal as every other aspect of your wedding day with these personalised photographic wedding invitations.The photo words of your names filled with photographs of your special moments will get your guests talking long before you walk down the aisle. Photographs of special times, of childhood sweethearts or simply of two people in love.
Source – Imagine Photowords and Craft Kits on Not on the High StreetDreamy, floaty watercolours combined with beautiful calligraphy – what is not to love?! This range would work well with a bold, colourful wedding, but equally with a romantic, boho theme. The colours can be customised to match your wedding colour scheme and you names can be written in calligraphy for a super personal touch. Drooling over these beautiful watercolours.
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Exclusively designed by Elk Design, this chalkboard wedding invitation is perfect for those who adore the chalkboard designs.
Source – Wedding Paper DivasPrintable Invitation and RSVP – Eat, Drink and Be Married! – Modern Vintage Styling. Customisable for your wedding colours. Also available in letterpress printing.
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A DIY Printable wedding invitation with a vintage feel. The coral colour is ideal to match those who are incorporating coral within their wedding theme and even if you are using mason jars as decor. Combining these elements acts as a perfect teaser for what is yet to come for your big day.
Source – Candence PaigeA vintage, chalkboard design with folk inspired florals and hand lettered type. MintedInspired by vintage commercial posters of the late 1950’s. Let your guest’s know they’re in for a one of a kind event!
Source – Buy on MintedOne of my favourite graphic designers has her own wedding boutique with a gorgeous display of wedding stationery. Choose from this typography based wedding invitation or get Becky to create you a bespoke collection! Visit Becky Lord’s website.Understated and elegant wedding invitations with a soft palette of grey, white and recycled brown kraft card. Set the scene for your contemporary but rustic wedding with these neutral and understated invitations. A timeless design with a soft palette and subtle leaf graphic.
Source – Pear Paper Co via Not on the High StreetInvite your loved ones to ring in the new year on your special day with this beautifully festive invitation. Created especially for a New Years Eve nuptials by the Appleberry Press team to help you and your guests celebrate your new beginning in style.
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A beautiful range of typography based wedding invitations, am I right? I hope you are inspired for your own wedding stationery. If you haven’t picked your save the dates yet, check out these creative save the dates.2