10 Unique Wedding Invitations
Set the tone, if not the table, for food-centric festivities with an invitation that features a spoon engraved with your initials. Designs by Chewing the Cud.
To buy: chewingthecud.com.
Include a map that showcases your favorite—and most sentimental—spots. Don’t forget to add the wedding site! Design by Erin Jang.
To buy: theindigobunting.com.
Prepare guests for takeoff to a first-class destination wedding by printing information on faux boarding passes. Designs by Ceci New York.
To buy: cecinewyork.com.
A handkerchief invitation that doubles as a pocket square? Now, that’s nothing to sneeze at. This one also features a custom-illustrated map of the wedding location. Designs by Kelli Anderson.
To buy: kellianderson.com.
Hip Hometown Flair
Corral the pieces of an invitation suite in a muslin drawstring bag that features an iron-on version of your story: “There once was a boy from Missouri...” Designs by Oh, Hello Friend.
To buy: ohhellofriendblog.com.
Play up an outdoor setting with organic touches—even the lettering boasts leaf-inspired detailing. Designs by Perky Bros.
To buy: perkybros.com.
Celebrate your bond by channeling James Bond. Send guests—a.k.a. special agents—a top-secret file with details of the Big Day, your fingerprints, and a briefing of weekend activities. Designs by Spark Stationery.
To buy: letterpresslove.com.
Bold Shape and Bright Colors
Looking for something traditional, with a this-party-won’t-be-stuffy twist? Try a classic font in a cheerful citrus color and a stripy envelope. Designs by Cheree Berry Paper.
To buy: chereeberry.com.
Camp it up with an official guide to tying the knot, complete with a marriage-watching badge, a be-prepared checklist, and tongue-in-cheek survival tips (“Bitten by the boogie bug? Find the cure on the dance floor with our gypsy jazz band”). Design by Urban Influence.
To buy: urbaninlfluence.com.