Here you can find beautiful budget-friendly wedding invitations, flat cards or be with belly bands, colored backing cards.
Simple & Minimalist Wedding Invitation Suites
Simple is often the most elegant way to make your wedding invitation timeless. A simple design represents a wedding that is classic, elegant, sophisticated, and timeless. By focusing only on a few design elements - and doing them flawlessly - they demonstrate that less is often more.
Our talented artists create a host of beautiful, simple wedding designs that will match any type of minimal wedding. From minimalist rustic to elegant chic, we have a design that gives your guests just the right sneak preview of your big day.
3 Tips to Choose A Perfect Simple Wedding Invitation
Using color, typography, white space, texture, printing style, and paper type as elements of our simple wedding invitations help make pared-back designs look as unique as possible. Here are a few of our favorite design elements to focus on when crafting a simple wedding invitation.
1. Background color:
Color is paramount to a simple wedding invitation design. The background color you choose can help you set the tone for your big day. Bright, saturated colors communicate a cheerful, playful feel, soft pastels convey a more elevated, elegant spirit, deep greens and blues can invoke an outdoor venue, and stark dark colors can inspire a night of serious fun.
2. Card shape:
We love skipping the standard rectangular invitation shape (or even a smaller invitation size) to add a bit of personality to simple wedding invitation styles. Our designs are available in a variety of shapes, making it easy to match your wedding's aesthetic. You can choose from bold arches, rectangles with softly rounded edges, scalloped details, and dozens more. (Don't worry, all of them can be folded in the envelope size you want to include with your invitation!)
Even if you prefer a more simple style, you do not have to abandon your engagement photos. You can offer your guests a glimpse into your love by choosing a black-and-white background for your invitation, or a color photo to embellish the design element in designs that feature minimal text.
3. Single color elements:
If you want a full-bleed background color when creating your invitation, you can incorporate smaller touches of color throughout the design element or script. This is a great way to add contrast and visual interest to more straightforward styles and gives guests a glimpse of what you will be using for the decor and color palette.
These fall wedding invitations are some of the most beautiful! We promise you will find a fall wedding invitation you love, at a price that's affordable.
Fall weddings have become pretty popular in recent years. We can understand why - autumn is the perfect time to say I do. Wedding themes for fall weddings are endless. If you're not sure what your style is for autumn weddings, take a look at our chic and cheap fall wedding invitations!
Our Favorite Fall Wedding Invite Styles
1. Autumn Leaf
Use fall leaves throughout your day to inspire a classic wedding look. Choosing a wedding invitation with fall leaves sets the tone beautifully, from rich burgundy to gorgeous emerald green. Using falling leaves as an invitation, pick a seal and send it with a sealing. Send an invitation set with a free RSVP card for a traditional look.
2. Rustic Fall
Rustic country is one of our most popular wedding themes. Get creative and consider dark woodgrain, natural greenery, and canning jars and twinkle lights. This theme is elegant, yet also casual, making it perfect for a cozy autumn wedding.
3. October Elegance
Don't expect traditional themes for fall weddings. We will customize your fall wedding invitation suite with affordable price. You can think of terracotta, maroon, deep navy blue, and even hints of blush pink. If you want to add glam, consider adding gold or rose gold.
4. Fall Florals
Even though autumn leaves steal the show, fall florals have gained popularity over the past few years. When it comes to choosing a fall wedding theme based on florals, you should choose a theme that suits the season. Think rust-colored dahlias, deep burgundy roses, and fall-colored sunflowers. Blooms can be combined with other fall foliage like grapes grass or wheat to create an autumnal look that suits the season.