Winter Wedding Invitations
If you’ve chosen a winter wedding date, you likely love the season, and you’re excited to share your choice with your family and friends!! A great way to tip them off is by mailing them festive wedding invitations. While wintry wedding stationery is appealing, including too many seasonal details can push your suite over the edge. To set the scene for your winter wedding, try sending invitations that speak to the weather change, but don’t necessarily shout “’tis the season.” Don’t know how to pull that off? We’ve got some great ideas.
To see all of these ideas brought to life and plenty more creative options for your winter wedding invitations, check out this list. This list is sure to get you inspired before you select your own invites. Just remember, you picked your date for a reason—these are genius ways to show your guests why.
Shiny details and pretty bows were creative additions to these simple gray invitations.
Have your wedding details surrounded by a festive wreath on your wedding invitations.
This burgundy-and-white stationery suite was warm and wonderful for a winter affair.
A flat-printed suite with gold foil stamping, incorporate hand-lettering and kraft-paper envelopes calligraphed in white ink. Add a custom red tartan lining in the envelopes to vibe with the winter aesthetic.
Bring in some wintry inspiration from your wedding’s location. Have your invite designer design a logo for your invites that includes ski poles crossing over a mountain, bordered by the couple’s initials.
To set the mood for your winter wedding, have a simple red-and-charcoal suite with a subtle wreath motif. Chose one that is elegant enough to distinguish itself from a Christmas card.
Winter Plaid Invitations
Feature navy ink engraved on white stock with gold edging. Have the envelope lined with a custom plaid that matches the tablecloths used at the reception.