21 Beautiful Invitation Designs for Your Inspiration!

Besides the dresses, the flowers, and even the shoes, do you know what other thing I like looking at? Wedding stationery! There are so many, many ways to go about designing and decorating your invites. Whether it’s a unique design or something classic, I never get tired of looking at stationery! To tell you the truth, I had such a hard time narrowing down my favorites. (Did you know I originally had 77 options to choose from?) But I’m quite satisfied with my choices. I hope you’ll like them too!

Must See: Beautiful Wedding Invitation Design Ideas


1. Sometimes less is more. This invite doesn’t have patterns or designs, it’s just simple calligraphy and lines. But it’s still so elegant!

Photo: Arloso Studio | Real Wedding: Black, Blush, and Beauty | Invitations & Stationery: Alessandra Lanot


2. Can you guess why this made my list? Yup, that burgundy stain definitely made this one stand out!

Photo: GJ Esguerra | Real Wedding: A Classic Romantic Wedding with Wine-Colored Accents


3. If you thought dark colors and patterns are a big no-no for invites, think again!

Photo: Rock Paper Scissors | Real Wedding: Seaside Sass | Calligraphy: Belle Real


4. I love this simple design! It almost looks like a piece of art too!

Photo: Bryan Venancio | Real Wedding: Beautiful Blues


5. Having a themed wedding? Incorporate it in your invites so your guests can take the hint. (Plus, Pokemon–need I say more?)

Photo: The Gallery | Bride and Breakfast Exclusive: This Wedding is Pokemon Goals and It’s Crazy Epic! | Invitations & Stationery: Printsonalities


6. From afar, this stationery set might look a bit plain, but take a closer look and you’ll notice the little detailed drawings.

Photo: Jeff & Lisa Photography | Real Wedding: Idyllic Island Affair | Invitation Designer: Julie Sbicca


7. The bluish tinge on these invites almost make it look like a watercolor painting. Don’t you think so?

Photo: Nez Cruz | Real Wedding: Tasteful Tropics and True Love


8. I’m loving the gold edges on these invites. And the black and white pattern inside the envelope add such a chic and sophisticated touch!

Photo: J Lucas Reyes | Real Wedding: The Radiant and Refined | Invitations & Stationery: Printsonalities


9. Gray and pink is a lovely color combo, don’t you think? And check out the hanging lights design too.

Photo: Jeff & Lisa Photography | Real Wedding: Look of Love | Invitations & Stationery: Printsonalities


10. Classy looking invite? Check. Work of art? Check.

Photo: We Do It For Love | Real Wedding: Delightfully Delicate


11. If you’ve got several colors in mind for your invites, you can do what this couple did, and use different colored paper.

Photo: We Are Seekers | Real Wedding: Wonder by the Water | Invitations Calligraphy: PAULA BIANCAlligraphy


12. I love how clean and minimalist this stationery set is! So if you’re having a minimalist theme, you might want to take inspiration from this one.

Photo: Jaja Samaniego | Bride and Breakfast Exlusive: Kaye Abad and Paul Jake Castillo’s Minimalist Engagement Shoot is THE Next Big Wedding Theme Trend | Invitations & Stationery Printing: Amis Print


13. Here’s another gorgeous floral invite! I couldn’t leave this one out of my list because it was just too pretty.

Photo: Jaja Samaniego | Bride and Breakfast Exclusive: How To Do A Modern Chinoiserie Chic Wedding | Invitations & Stationery: Anina Rubio


14. The light blue color, the seashell details, and the gold frame, all make for a beautiful invite.

Photo: Rainbowfish Photography | Real Wedding: Sweet Siargao Bliss | Invitations & Stationery: Anna Cristobal


15. The faint calligraphy behind the dark print of the couple’s names is not something I see everyday. And I love the watercolor-like stain at the top too!

Photo: Nicolai Melicor | Real Wedding: A Music Festival Themed Garden Wedding


16. Now here’s something else you don’t see everyday! It reminds me of old parchment paper, and I’m totally digging it!

Photo: Ian Celis Productions | Real Wedding: Classic Charm | Invitations & Stationery: Printsonalities


17. This couple had their invites printed with a yellow gold font. It definitely gives off an elegant vibe. And the purple flower designs on the outer edges give it a nice Hawaiian touch too!

Photo: Toto Villaruel | Real Wedding: Hawaiian Heaven | Invitations & Stationery: Miss B Calligraphy


18. Here’s another color combo I have recently come to love! The dust blue paper and the gold lettering are absolutely perfect!

Photo: Nikos Gogas | Real Wedding: A Stunning Dust Blue and Gold Wedding in Greece | Invitations & Stationery: Atelier Invitations


19. This is an example of how bold lettering can make a statement. It’s just black and white, but the calligraphy in these invites steals the show.

Photo: NYAPS | Bride and Breakfast Exclusive: Tropical Colonial Chic | Invitations & Stationery: The Fozzy Book


20. The rounded burgundy edges and the geometric accents are some of my favorite parts about this stationery set.

Photo: Team Benitez Photo | Real Wedding: Burgundy Beauty


21. The neutral colors and floral designs make this stationery set look oh-so-romantic, don’t you think?

Photo: Toto Villaruel | Real Wedding: 5 Wise Love Lessons We Learned From Tricia Gosingtian and RG Gabunada’s Wedding | Invitations & Stationery Printer: Printsonalities | Invitations & Stationery Designer: Feanne and Marla Darwin


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