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10 Intricate Indian Wedding Invitations for Your Big Weekend

Three Indian wedding invitations laid out on a white table with fuchsia flowers

In Indian culture, a wedding isn’t just a special day — it’s a special series of events. A three-day affair sometimes including elephants or horses, bright colors and intricate details, and elaborate saris, it’s no wonder so much thought and planning is needed. Part of that planning is finding the perfect Indian wedding invitation to offer a glimpse into your dream ceremony.

Because that’s what a wedding invitation is — a peek into an upcoming weekend of parties, celebration, and rituals. It should speak to the vibe you want your guests to feel throughout your wedding weekend. Below, you’ll find 10 beautiful Indian wedding invitations with a variety of color palettes, florals, traditions, and designs.
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14 Modern Wedding Invitations That Prove Less Is More

Six modern wedding invitations laid out with their envelopes

Your wedding invitations are your guests’ first glimpse into your wedding style. Before they see you walk down the aisle, before they read your wedding program, and before they admire your center pieces at the reception, they’ll see your invitation. So we’ve collected 14 gorgeous, modern wedding invitations to fit your contemporary style.

If your Pinterest boards are overflowing with minimalist wedding ideas, these designs are both simple and sleek. Plus, they’re modern in their delivery as well as their aesthetic. By sending your wedding invitations through Greenvelope, you’ll skip the old snail-mail route and land your invitations directly in guests’ inboxes. You’ll not only spare the environment, but your own time and energy.
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Funny Wedding Invitations That Will Have Everyone RSVPing “Yes!”

Funny wedding invitations that read "Great love, good music, & bad dancing"

From your first conversation, you knew it was meant to be. The number one thing that attracted you to your soon-to-be partner for life was their sense of humor. And now that your big day is just a few months away, you’re thinking that funny wedding invitations would be extremely fitting for your love story.

As you both get older together, the humor and light-hearted conversations you have together isn’t going to fade. You’ll be able to smile your way through the most stressful situations. You’ll laugh at your mistakes rather than criticize one another for your shortcomings. And when life gets tough, you’ll be able to follow the motto, “If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry,” to get through it. Together.

So it’s only appropriate, as you’re surrounded by your family, friends, and other loved ones on your wedding day, that you keep the humor rolling. Below you’ll find several examples of how to create your own funny wedding invitations.
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How Online Wedding Invitations with RSVP Can Streamline Your Nuptials

A laptop, planner, coffee cup, and flowers

A growing number of couples are leaving traditional wedding etiquette to the wayside — guests can sit on either side of the aisle, Mom and Dad can walk the bride down the aisle, and you can skip throwing the bouquet if you choose. Another tradition to loosen up? Sending paper invitations. Today’s digital wedding invitations with RSVP are just as beautiful as their printed counterparts, and they save a ton of time and hassle.

Online invites cut down on waste and carbon emissions, and they’re a lot easier on your wallet. Invitations with response cards and a pre-stamped envelope can cost a fortune. Paperless wedding invitations, on the other hand, are a low-cost, green alternative. And with impressive RSVP features, they can take a lot of pressure out of planning. Here’s how.
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6 Elegant Wedding Invitations for a Show-Stopping Affair

Three elegant wedding invitations laid out with greenery and fine china

A wedding invitation isn’t just an invitation, it’s an introduction — an introduction to the evening you’ve spent months, perhaps even years, planning. It sets the tone for your special day, laying the groundwork for all the intricate details you have in store. And if your heart is set on throwing the wedding event of the year, you’re probably on the hunt for beautifully elegant wedding invitations.

Your invitations offer guests the first glimpse into your wedding details, so it’s time to make a few decisions on how to proceed. Should you go with sans serif fonts or calligraphy? Will you select a photo card of the happy couple or a more minimalist background? And of course, will you opt for the rose gold or blush floral accents?

Selecting an elegant wedding invitation is no different from choosing the decor for your reception. As a good rule of thumb, trust your instincts, and follow the patterns and designs that speak to you. Whatever you choose will surely carry an air of sophistication (mixed with bits and pieces of your personality, of course).

But to help you out, we’ve collected a few of our favorite, elegant designs. Below, you’ll find six show-stopping wedding invitations that offer the perfect introduction to your formal wedding. But first …
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How to Design and Word Your Wedding Reception Invitations

A table set for a wedding reception

According to etiquette, everyone invited to your wedding ceremony should be invited to the reception. However, it’s perfectly okay to have a small ceremony with a select few guests followed by a big party with all of your friends and family. Just take care that your wedding reception invitations are smartly worded so that guests know which aspects of your big day they are welcome to attend.

Having separate invitations for the ceremony and reception can be a big sigh of relief for couples who don’t like the spotlight or who would rather their ceremony be a private affair. You can also use wedding reception invitations to follow a spur-of-the-moment elopement or destination wedding with a big bash back home. Here, we’ve broken down everything you need to know about reception-only wedding invitations.
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Formal Wedding Invitations: Designs, Messaging, and Etiquette

Formal wedding invitations laid out with an envelope, a wax seal, and an engagement ring

Your special day is fast-approaching, and you’re deep in the white trenches of wedding planning. You set your sights early-on for an elegant affair — black ties, wedding cake tiers, and a live band. There are still plenty of decisions to be made, and deciding on a formal wedding invitation is at the top of your list.

You’ll need to pick out your stationery, decide what to write, and finalize your invitation wording. And while this is your big day — and therefore you, and only you, make the rules — we have a few suggestions for formalizing all of the above. Below, you’ll find wedding invitation etiquette, selected messages to include, and a few sample designs that make an excellent fit for a formal wedding.
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Put a Ring On It! 15 Perfect Engagement Party Invitations

Three engagement party invitations laid out with a wax-sealed envelope, greenery, and ribbon

You said yes and finally put a ring on it, congratulations! You and your fiancé have an exciting season of planning and celebrations ahead of you. Soon enough, you’ll be attending a bridal shower, bachelorette party, and rehearsal dinner. Kick off this time with a fun engagement soiree. There are festive engagement party invitations for every kind of affair.

Whether you’re hosting a backyard barbecue, sophisticated intimate dinner, or all-out bash, these engagement invitations will get friends and family excited to take part in your journey. Cheers!
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12 Winter Wedding Invitations to Match Your Wonderland Theme

Blue and white winter wedding invitations surrounded by matching envelopes, stamps, and gold accents

Let others have their wedding in June — you, my friend, want absolutely nothing of the sort. You’ve never wished for hot weather, short dresses, or guests fanning their faces. You want a whimsical evening, featuring a snowy backdrop, a classic color palette, and enough seasonal cheer to light up the evening. And to complete your winter wonderland dream, you need a winter wedding invitations.

Your invitation should represent this snowy season you love so much. You’re picturing gold-plated fonts, maybe a little greenery, and florals you might see around the holidays. And of course, it should match the decor you plan to use at your reception, including scenic, mountain backdrops, pinecone and evergreen centerpieces, and twinkling holiday lights in every corner.

Below, you’ll find a dozen invitations that complete your winter wedding vision. With corresponding save the dates and thank you notes, these 12 invites seem to love this season as much as you do.
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These Online Wedding Invitation Ideas Will Make You Forget Paper

Four wedding invitation ideas on a rustic backdrop with flowers

Pretty soon, we’ll be embarking on a new decade, and 2020 is sure to be more digital than ever. In this high-tech era, more and more brides are choosing to send online invitations instead of paper wedding stationery. The benefits are numerous. First and foremost, the average cost of physical wedding invitations is between $5,000 and $8,000.

Digital invitations can clear a massive portion of your budget. Greenvelope’s customizable designs, for example, start at $39 and include tracking. This convenience factor saves both time and hassle. No licking envelopes, no writing addresses in your best cursive (and tossing them when you make a mistake), and no depending on the unreliable USPS. Rather than filling out an RSVP card to send back, guests can easily respond online and your invitation service will keep track for you.

There’s the eco-friendly aspect, as well. (No trees were killed in the making of these invitations.) And like traditional print invitations, online invitations can reflect your wedding theme and color palette. These unique wedding invitation ideas feature digital designs that jump off the screen — and are so realistic you can practically feel the cardstock.
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