Customized 3D Wedding Invitations

With 3D movies catching up on trends today, why should you not try it for the one of the most important event of your life, you wedding? With the 3D technology charming everyone everywhere, New York-based Mélangerie called Brooklyn lets you create your wedding invites in a stop motion 3D. How you ask? Well, the invite comes along with a charming custom View-Master slide that contains your story in motion pictures! All you need to do is send them 7 high-resolution pictures and wait for 6 to 8 weeks for the delivery.

Customized 3D Wedding Invitations

Customized 3D Wedding Invitations

Top 10 Burlap Wedding Invitations

As we all know, burlap is quickly becoming one of the hottest trends in wedding decorations thanks to its versatility and rustic elegance. I’ve written rustic wedding invitations before. Here we are sharing some of the best burlap wedding invitations that will be the perfect way to introduce your guest to the wedding and set the rustic chic mood right from the start.

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

burlap wedding invitations

The Best 20 Vintage Wedding Invites on The Web

It really makes me smile to see how creative you can all be- from your blog comments, emails and when I see which English Wedding features are most popular… it’s clear you love creative wedding inspiration – so today I have a treat for you! (and me!)

Vintage Lace wedding invitation

Vintage Lace wedding invitation

As a wedding calligrapher I have a bit of a thing for paper and type – nothing pleases me more than a nice font on warm paper with a bit of a twist to it. And the trend for vintage weddings has inspired a generation of wedding stationers and brides to create some really beautiful vintage wedding invites.

1. Vintage wedding invitations by PrettyWild

Come Fly With Me!… beautiful vintage inspired wedding invitations by PrettyWild set the scene for this feature – aren’t these just the most beautiful idea and perfect match for a delicate, girly vintage wedding theme?

Vintage wedding invitation by PrettyWild UK wedding stationery

Vintage wedding invitation by PrettyWild UK wedding stationery

Vintage wedding invitation by PrettyWild UK wedding stationery

2. Glamorous New York vintage invitations

Vintage wedding invitations with a fabulously glamorous and sexy finish – these vintage lace letterpress invites are stunning: they were created for a bride and inspired by the lace on her vintage gown. (more on the Lela New York Wedding Blog)

Lace letterpress vintage wedding invitation Lela New York

Lace letterpress vintage wedding invitation Lela New York

Lace letterpress vintage wedding invitation by Lela New York

3. Sophisticated and pretty blue vintage invitations

These chandeliers and swirly corner designs really stand out from the crowd, and with envelopes in pastel blue they’re ever so pretty. From Ruffled wedding blog.

vintage wedding invitations via Ruffled blog

vintage wedding invitations via Ruffled blog

vintage wedding invitations via Ruffled blog

4. Luxurious floral vintage wedding invitations

If you’re having a vintage wedding you can chose stationery that’s as pretty as pretty can be – and that’s exactly what I see in these exquisite vintage wedding invitations from Ally Hay which I found on Before The Big Day wedding blog.

vintage wedding invitation by Ally Hay Wedding Stationery Before the Big Day UK

vintage wedding invitation by Ally Hay Wedding Stationery Before the Big Day UK

vintage wedding invitation by Ally Hay via Before the Big Day

5. Ally Hay’s striking vintage wedding invitations

More from Ally Hay – these are striking, different and beautifully fitting for a vintage wedding….

Ally Hay Wedding Stationery Before the Big Day UK Wedding

Ally Hay Wedding Stationery Before the Big Day UK Wedding

vintage wedding invitation by Ally Hay via Before the Big Day

6. Calligraphy invitations – vintage modern

I love these calligraphy invitations I saw on Oh So Beautiful Paper – letterpressed from handwritten originals, the calligraphy itself gives a vintage feel but the modern lettering adds a gorgeous twist to a vintage wedding invitation design. Love it!

vintage calligraphy wedding invite via oh so beautiful paper blog

vintage calligraphy wedding invite via oh so beautiful paper blog

vintage calligraphy wedding invite via oh so beautiful paper blog

7. Fabulously creative illustrated vintage invites

These invitations were designed by a very talented bride for a vintage garden wedding theme – I love the fairytale feel, the shapes of the invitations and the illustration of the bride and groom! I found these on Green Wedding Shoes blog.

vintage wedding invitations from green wedding shoes

vintage wedding invitations from green wedding shoes

Illustrated vintage garden wedding invitation via Green Wedding Shoes blog

8. Unique vintage wedding invitations with a twist

I found this unique vintage wedding invitation by Blue Tulip on Stiled blog – it’s from a great collection of printed wedding stationery on Etsy.

vintage floral marquis wedding invitation by Blue Tulip via Stiled blog

vintage floral marquis wedding invitation by Blue Tulip via Stiled blog

vintage floral marquis wedding invitation by Blue Tulip Design

9. Utterly elegant vintage wedding invitations

Vintage invitations can be elaborate or oh so elegant, and these vintage invites from Project Wedding are the absolute height of elegance and sophistication. A softly swirling monogram, a simple satin ribbon… for high society vintage brides!

vintage wedding invites from project wedding blog

vintage wedding invites from project wedding blog

Glamorous vintage wedding invitation from Project Wedding blog

10. Vintage wedding stationery with calligraphy by Laura Hooper

I’m a huge fan of Laura Hooper’s calligraphy and these vintage wedding invitations from Laura’s collection are so beautiful!

vintage calligraphy invitations by Laura Hooper calligraphy

vintage calligraphy invitations by Laura Hooper calligraphy

vintage calligraphy invitations by Laura Hooper calligraphy

11. Striking vintage wedding invites with red

These vintage inspired wedding invitations use splashes of red to give a playful look to the design – the soft backgrounds and vintage fonts keep the design very charming and olde-worldy! These vintage invitations are from Oh So Beautiful Paper.

vintage wedding invite from oh so beautiful paper blog

vintage wedding invite from oh so beautiful paper blog

Vintage wedding invitations with red detail from Oh So Beautiful Paper

12. Blue vintage wedding invitations

I love the colours in this rustic blue vintage invitation design. The beautiful design is by Jessica Bishop Paperie – this was recommended by a bride to be on the Wedding Bee blog forum. http://www.jessicabishoppaperie.com

vintage rustic blue wedding invitations from wedding bee blog

vintage rustic blue wedding invitations from wedding bee blog

Rustic blue vintage wedding invitataions via Wedding Bee blog

13. Couture vintage wedding invitations from Scotland

I’ve always loved invitations from Wanderlust Cards in Scotland – Audrey’s creations are spectacular and these beautifully adorned vintage couture wedding invitations are out of this world.

Wanderlust Cards UK vintage wedding invites

Wanderlust Cards UK vintage wedding invites

Vintage couture wedding invitations from Wanderlust Cards in Scotland

14. Cherry Gorgeous vintage rose wedding invitations

Go big and bold in vibrant blues with this pretty wedding invitation from Cherry Gorgeous. The blue rose and pastel polka dots combine to make a striking and unusual vintage wedding invite design.

vintage rose wedding invitations by Cherry Gorgeous

vintage rose wedding invitations by Cherry Gorgeous

Vintage blue rose wedding invitations by Cherry Gorgeous

15. Illustrated and fun vintage wedding stationery

This vintage wedding invitation from Momental Designs is pretty and full of fun – I love the little rhyme on the front! (The blog post is full of gorgeous wedding invitation designs – pop over and read the whole thing, if you like this you’ll love it!)

vintage wedding invite by momental designs

vintage wedding invite by momental designs

Vintage inspired wedding invite from Momental Designs

16. Letterpress invitations for vintage brides from Cardlab

I love Cardlab’s letterpress stationery, and these classic and elegant invitations fit a sophisticated vintage wedding theme. I can personally recommend Cardlab, having written calligraphy on their invitations many times – it’s beautiful quality and they’re a great team to work with.

vintage letterpress wedding invitation by Cardlab in the UK

vintage letterpress wedding invitation by Cardlab in the UK

Vintage letterpress wedding invitations from Cardlab in the UK

17. Letterpress vintage invitations by Emma-Jo

I’ve just discovered Emma Jo, who creates beautiful letterpress wedding invitations in the UK. This vintage wedding stationery collection has swirly and carnival fonts, beautiful letterpress printing and gorgeous colour combinations – worth checking out!

Emma Jo bespoke vintage wedding stationery

Emma Jo bespoke vintage wedding stationery

Bespoke vintage wedding stationery in the UK by Emma-Jo

18. Vintage invitations – Made With Love!

Clare from Made With Love has created the most colourful vintage wedding invitations I’ve seen – they’re like a summer garden all tied up with lace. I love these! (found on the Wedding Invitation Shop blog)

colourful vintage wedding invitation from Made With Love stationery

colourful vintage wedding invitation from Made With Love stationery

colourful vintage wedding invitation by Made With Love stationery

19. A quirkier vintage – invitations by Hello! Lucky

For the alternative brides and grooms out there, these quirky vintage wedding invitations by Hello! Lucky could be right up your street!

alternative vintage wedding invitation by hello lucky

alternative vintage wedding invitation by hello lucky

alternative vintage wedding tattoo invitation by Hello! Lucky

20. Navy blue vintage invitation by Sarah Drake

This wedding invitation suite from Style Me Pretty blog is by Sarah Drake, and inspired by wedding inspiration board on the blog. I love the rich colours, and the dark styling is very sophisticated. Gorgeous!

Vintage navy blue wedding invitation from Style Me Pretty

Vintage navy blue wedding invitation from Style Me Pretty

Vintage navy blue wedding invitation suite by Sarah Drake on Style Me Pretty

If you’re thinking of making vintage wedding invitations, have a look at the English Wedding guide to making vintage invites.

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Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

In this tutorial, I will show you how to make a wedding pop up card or wedding invitation pop up card.  The wedding pop up card template is also provided below.  This card is a simple wedding card you can make to give to a wedding couple or make as a wedding couple to give out as invitations. This is the Linked Rings design:

Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

These instructions will allow you to make either a basic wedding card version, or the wedding invitation version. Here is a video of the tutorial:

Here is the transcript of the video.  Detailed instructions are listed below:

  1. Purchase the template for this design here: Wedding Pop Up Card Linked Rings Template.
  2. Print out the template.
  3. Highlight where you will want to score or fold the card for reference.
  4. Cut out the inside card. To make the card more personal or customized, you can add the wedding couple’s names or initials in the rings.
  5. Assemble the rings by folding the rings upwards. Feed the ring without the diamond through the ring with the diamond.
  6. Match the two slots on the rings together. The slots keep the rings centered Here is what the slots look like before and after assembly:
  7. Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

    Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

  8. Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

    Wedding Invitation Pop Up Card: Linked Rings Tutorial

  9. Now that it’s assembled, fold the card in half making sure it folds flat.
  10. Use a piece of tape to secure loose leg of the ring (without a diamond). You may also choose to glue this to the backing after you assemble the entire card together.
  11. Cut out the backing from the template. I’ve included a complex and a simple version. The simple version has a lower number of facets in the corner diamonds. If you want to use a ribbon, then cut out the 2 slits on the sides. The ribbon I made the slits for is 5/8th inch wide. If you want to use a larger ribbon, then make the slits longer.
  12. If you are going to use ribbon, then feed the ribbon through the card and tie a bow on the outside.
  13. To assemble the card, simply slip the inside of the card into the corner diamond cutouts. If you want to glue the inside card to the backing, then only glue the top half. This will still allow the inside card to shift when you fold the card. If you glue both halves, then the card will not fold flat.
  14. For the invitation version cut out the 2 small boxes from the template. This will be the frame for your wording.
  15. Then, print out your wording in 2 sections that are 1 ¾ ” by 1 ½ “. Printed the words out in different sizes so you can find the right size to fit the frame correctly. In one box write the intro, such as, “We request the pleasure of your company at the celebration of our union.” In the second box, print the location.
  16. Glue the words and frames into the card alongside the silhouette of the rings. This is an easy way to add wording to your card without having to print directly on the cardstock of the card.
  17. Then glue in the date on the ribbon and the time in the bottom silhouette of the ring. You may chose to put other items in the silhouette of the rings. The card is now finished

If you are making this card by hand, and not with a cutting machine, then you may want to simplify the design by not cutting the facets of the diamond or other intricate details.

You can buy a  Silhouette Cameo Cutting Tool from Scrapbook.com if you want to get additional scrapbooking supplies.  Or buy your Silhouette Cameo from Amazon and get other items as well.