The clock is tick­ing, so it’s time to send out invi­ta­tions to your win­ter wed­ding! Chan­fash­ion put togeth­er an inspir­ing col­lec­tion that will help you find that very idea for win­ter wed­ding invi­ta­tions.

American style

In such wed­ding invi­ta­tions, the empha­sis is on fonts and unusu­al text place­ment. A great option for a rus­tic or retro wed­ding! Com­plete the design with snowflakes or conif­er­ous for­est decor to empha­size the win­ter theme 🙂

forest watercolor

The win­ter for­est is incred­i­bly roman­tic and atmos­pher­ic, so why not use its motifs in the design of wed­ding invi­ta­tions? A for­est paint­ed in water­col­or will look very beau­ti­ful: such a back­ground on the invi­ta­tion will look fog­gy and a lit­tle mys­te­ri­ous and will def­i­nite­ly attract the atten­tion of your guests.

starry sky

We con­tin­ue the theme of romance, mys­tery and inspi­ra­tion from nature 🙂 The star­ry sky and snow-cov­ered trees will be a great back­drop for your win­ter wed­ding invi­ta­tions.

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Additional decor

Use twine or rib­bons to attach a fir branch to the invi­ta­tion enve­lope. First, it is beau­ti­ful and attracts atten­tion. Sec­ond­ly, spruce fra­grance is anoth­er oppor­tu­ni­ty to inter­act with the atten­tion of the guests and set them in the right mood long before the wed­ding date.

Dear emerald

The noble emer­ald shade is the per­fect solu­tion for an ele­gant win­ter wed­ding. It goes great with gold and ocher, so add these col­ors to your invi­ta­tion designs.

Kraft cardboard

Craft card­board instead of white paper and twine instead of rib­bons — such invi­ta­tions give off some­thing cozy, home­ly and very warm 🙂 If such an atmos­phere is clos­er to you than pompous chic, then start cre­at­ing the right mood with invi­ta­tions. And how cool the snow effect looks on the craft, to cre­ate which you only need white paint!

Shades of burgundy

Red, bur­gundy shades and marsala fit per­fect­ly into the design of a win­ter wed­ding. They give the impres­sion of lux­u­ry and warmth. Invi­ta­tions can be either ful­ly designed in this palette, or used only for accents — for exam­ple, an enve­lope and decor ele­ments on a sheet.

clear acrylic

If you want ele­gance and chic, use acrylic instead of paper for your win­ter wed­ding invi­ta­tions. First­ly, invi­ta­tions on such mate­r­i­al look unusu­al and expen­sive. And sec­ond­ly, thanks to trans­paren­cy, they fit bet­ter into the atmos­phere of a win­ter wed­ding — it looks like frosty pat­terns on a win­dow.

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wedding wreath

unusual shape

And who said that wed­ding invi­ta­tions have to be rec­tan­gu­lar? For a win­ter wed­ding, trans­par­ent acrylic invi­ta­tions in the shape of a snowflake or a piece of ice are ide­al. So you will def­i­nite­ly stand out among oth­er new­ly­weds a cou­ple of months before the cel­e­bra­tion!

Classic gamma

The clas­sic win­ter com­bi­na­tion of col­ors is red and green, like rowan berries and spruce branch­es. If you use such a palette, guests will imme­di­ate­ly sub­con­scious­ly tune in to a win­ter fairy tale and begin to immerse them­selves in the atmos­phere of your wed­ding 🙂

Attention to the envelope

Not only typog­ra­phy can make wed­ding invi­ta­tions unique, but also a dec­o­rat­ed enve­lope.

Stylish abstraction

An abstract back­ground, a min­er­al effect, and the use of a gra­di­ent are great tools for cre­at­ing styl­ish invi­ta­tions.

Elegant minimalism

Regard­less of the sea­son, min­i­mal­ism and ele­gance remain in trend. To make your wed­ding invi­ta­tion design more inter­est­ing, we rec­om­mend focus­ing on unique fonts, place­ment, and text size. Mono­chrome lin­ear illus­tra­tions also look very unusu­al.

To turn your wed­ding prepa­ra­tion not into a night­mare, but into a pleas­ant adven­ture, use our Bride’s to-do list. We have cre­at­ed a step-by-step plan that will help you orga­nize the wed­ding of your dreams on your own. Detailed instruc­tions, user-friend­ly inter­face and impor­tant tips from experts — every­thing to make your wed­ding prepa­ra­tion eas­i­er 🙂