From the first glance—and touch—custom wedding invitations set the tone for your wedding. Wedding invitations serve as the perfect prelude to your ceremony and the relationship of a lifetime. Tell your love story with custom-designed and printed wedding invitations.
Our creative, DIY templates and examples provide a plethora of wedding invitation ideas to assist you in creating truly engaging wedding invitations. Create cool, affordable, and even fancy wedding invitations in black and white, burgundy and gold, royal blue, or emerald green by customizing the colors, fonts, and more.
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Types of Wedding Invitation Paper
Whether you meet a stationery expert in person or browse invitations online, you may be overwhelmed by the variety of wedding invitation paper options available to you—and you may be unaware of how different they can be!
Then there are the printing techniques to consider: embossed, foil-pressed, letterpressed—so many options for the card that will announce your wedding. We’ve outlined the top wedding invitation paper styles and printing techniques, as well as our favorite versions of each, to help you decide what wedding invitation combination is right for you—for your budget and style.
This paper is made from cotton, as the name implies, typically from cotton linters or used cloth. This wedding invitation paper may be preferred due to its strength and durability, and you will recognize it by its soft feel. Cotton paper absorbs ink better than other papers (due to its strong fibers), so colored ink appears richer.
Vellum, which was once made from animal skin, is now made from a cotton and wood pulp blend. This wedding paper looks like tracing paper from elementary school—sheer it’s and frosted, and it’s layered on top of an opaque sheet of paper. They’re ideal for invitations or belly bands for invitation suites.
If you want a heavy cardstock—thick, sturdy paper—choose a board wedding invitation. They will not bend in the mail because they are typically made of three layers of paper with a cotton texture.
A linen finish wedding invitation paper is a high quality cotton blend paper with a textured, slightly crosshatched surface that feels like linen fabric, hence the name. This paper finish has a sophisticated appearance.