Creative minds: When I was a wedding planner, in Italy, invitations were a boring and marginal aspect of the wedding organization: golden lettering on ivory paper was the maximum creativity allowed. It was quite frustrating for me, so used to look at the wedding as a 360-degree storytelling, being limited to such a basic option.
Contemporary new weds are luckier, today, the options in the market are limitless: thousand of graphic designer and illustrators are ready to give to your wedding a very personal touch, moreover online printing services offers a great choice of papers and finishings.
Here my selection of few ideas to inspire you, pick up your favorite style!
Stay minimal: If you dream of a fresh, simple and elegant wedding, your invitation should reflect the same, the Lithuanian graphic designer Zivile Banione has created those two very delicate and refined options.
Stay green: If you are against paper wasting and your friends are a bunch of nerds, this invitation, designed by Xavier Segers -The Last Dodo, is the perfect option for you!
Stay 3D: Indians weddings are a real dream for wedding lovers as me, taking part in such wedding is one of the funniest experience I had in my life! The organization involves the whole family, the rituals take from three to five days with many locations, outfits, rites.
Of course, the invitations follow the same prodigality, this invitation done by SCD Balaji, is a great, contemporary example.
Stay vintage: I like pretty much the vintage, it gives a sort of nostalgic, romantic touch to everything. Dream giant has created a lovely wedding invitation wich tell us about the couple and their love.
Stay together: Being a maniac of DIY, I like the idea that Henrik Olssøn created for Karin and Sondre wedding. One, alone, has no sense, whereas coupled with another it creates meaning: what an awesome analogy for Love!
Stay naive: Illustration is a quite popular way to create a unique wedding invitation, it is men to express exactly the wedding mood and keep the communication cool and contemporary. Here a Jacques & Lise proposal.
That’s all folks! (for today, I keep searching for creativity!)