Destination Wedding Invitations

Posted by destinationweddings on Aug 30, 2013

Chances are that if you are planning a destination wedding you’re comfortable with breaking the tried and true wedding traditions. That ‘s really good news where wedding invitations are concerned because there are some REALLY creative non-traditional wedding invitations out there!  Having your wedding at a destination adds some complexities to your invite, but it also gives you the chance to have some fun. Here are a few of our destination wedding invite favorites:

Fun destination wedding invitation with map on back

 

Including a map in your destination wedding invitation is a great way to get your guest excited!

Etsy shop CW Designs strikes the perfect balance between color, whimsy and being informative. The map is a nice touch that gives your guests a feel for the location and gets them excited to travel!

This boarding pass is a great idea for  a destination wedding invitation

Your guests will get a kick out of this modern, graphic, boarding pass invitation by Papertalkpress! The design clearly communicates all the facts in a very pretty and inventive format.

beach theme wedding invitation

We love how this invitation from The Find Sac Handmade on Etsy gives a contemporary, beachy vibe to a traditional wedding invitation. This handmade invite also has beautifully cut wave and starfish elements. Very classy!

wedding passport invite is perfect for a destination wedding

We have been seeing a growing number of weddings with the nautical theme. If you’re considering this theme, the nautical passport wedding invitation from Purple Trail is a fantastic way to introduce both your destination wedding and the theme.

Have fun with the selection process! There are so many beautiful options for wedding invites. If you are having a destination wedding be sure to choose a design that accommodates all the information your guests will need to know. The best thing you can do is check with your wedding planner regarding the details to include early in the decision process. For more invitation ideas, check out our digital magazine, Get Married Away.

Guest Post By Anne Chertoff

Planning a destination wedding?  Whether you’re saying “I do” in the States or abroad let your wedding’s location inspire your wedding invitation.  We found two creative ways to highlight your destination at two creative companies: City Card Shop and Fine Day Press.

Talkin’ ’bout my Invitations

Posted by Plumeria Blossom on Apr 23, 2009
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I wish I could say that the path to our invitations was easy. Though I am convinced that the ones we finally chose were more perfect than I could have imagined, I do wish I hadn’t stressed myself out about them so much.

It’s funny– finding the venue was tough, but in the grand scheme of things it only took about six weeks. And dress shopping? Piece of cake! Same with most of our vendors. But I’ve always been a big stationery person, and I knew that the invitations were something I did not want to settle for. At the same time, I didn’t want to break the bank on them either. That meant no letterpress for this Bud. I even investigated using a local press that teaches you how to DIY. But since we needed multiple pieces for our destination wedding, it still would’ve been too pricey.