What’s New In Wedding Invites For 2020?
BY Sakshi | 19 Mar, 2020 | 6656 views | 2 min read
How boring, interesting, run of the mill or unique you want your wedding invite to be, depends on you. You could be as lavish and personalised as you want with them, or go down the sustainable route, which is great. So when it comes to what's trending in wedding invites, we have tried to give you all kinds of options- no matter what kind of a couple you are!
This clipboard style invite which is trendy yet nostalgic
Image via Akanksha Negi Invitations
Such a cute idea, and reusable too!
Invites artistically themed around the wedding venue
Image via Puneet Gupta Invitations
For her Hua Hin wedding, designer Sonakshi Raaj got these modern yet gorgeous invites designed, which had little elements setting the mood for the wedding, with 3d florals and those seashells!
Transluscent & transparent wedding cards
Transparent and translucent cards are trending these days, and you can see why! They look so unique!
Cards that look like art!
Image via Ozel Design
A medley of colours and Japanese elements to create this vibrant invite- cards which literally look like artwork!
Invites printed on reused paper
Image via Gaatha
We loved this idea! This couple sent out 95 percent of our invites were e-invites. The remaining printed paper invites were all printed with bio-degradable re-used waste paper. They also made sure the design to the invite was unique and quirky so it could be saved as a little wedding souvenir!
Seed Paper Invites
Image via Seed Paper Invites by Plantables
Another great idea, with many people becoming eco conscious, seed paper invites are gaining popularity and we couldn't be happier!
Wedding seals are still trending
Game of thrones might be over, but wax seal invites are still cute, and whether it's at the front or the back, does lend a nice vibe to the card. It's a great way to add a little more personalisation to the cards!
Lacquer Invite Boxes
Image via Be Jalebi
Pretty boxes that are made of wood with a stunning lacquer finish & they're reusable too!