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Wedding invitation templates

Your wedding is anything but generic, so say no to off-the-shelf invites! With Shutterstock Create’s wedding invitation templates, you can create a custom design that’s unmistakably yours.

How to make a wedding invitation
How to make a wedding invitation

The zero-stress way to make your wedding invitations
The zero-stress way to make your wedding invitations

Beautiful visual assets and creative intelligence
Beautiful visual assets and creative intelligence

Tipy a triky pro vytváření poutavých svatebních pozvánek

21 Professional Designer Tips to Make Your Own Invitations

21 Tipy profesionálního designéra, jak si vytvořit vlastní pozvánky

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How to Create DIY Wedding Invitations with Design Templates

Jak vytvořit DIY svatební pozvánky s designovými šablonami

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Your Own Card Designed as Easy as One, Two, Three

Your Own Card Designed as Easy as One, Two, Three

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Color Palette Design Ideas for Wedding Invitations

Color Palette Design Ideas for Wedding Invitations

If you're planning a wedding, one of the best places to start is the color palette. Read our helpful guide before you send your invites!

Často kladené otázky týkající se svatebních pozvánek


How do you design wedding invitations?

Simple: take everything that makes your love unique, put it on a 5" x 7" card, and send it out to all your closest family and friends. Okay but really, it actually is simple. Start by writing down the essential info: time, date, place, your names, etc. Then think about your wedding theme; since the invitation is the first real guest experience, it's a good idea to make it match the overall vibe of the big day. You can apply some of the exact same design motifs (gold accents or rustic textures, perhaps?) through Create's user-friendly tools. Play around with the design, upload your favorite engagement photo, and get your partner's input. Once you both agree that it's absolutely perfect, download to print or send by email. Done.


How should I address wedding invitations?

Ah, the age-old question of etiquette in a world of constantly changing social norms. It can be a bit intimidating to address your wedding invitations, but fortunately there are some rules of thumb. If you're going formal, then the convention is to include full names with titles on the envelope; couples are placed on the same line, with the person you're closer to listed first. (Think: "Mr. Jack Rhee and Mr. Landon Oliveira.") If you're going less formal, then you can ditch the titles ("Jack Rhee and Landon Oliveira"). For one step even more casual, skip the last names altogether ("Jack and Landon"). For families that all share the same last name, go with "The Katae Family" or "The Kataes." You could also say something like "The Katae and Smith Family" if the household uses different last names.


When should wedding invitations be sent?

The ideal time to send your wedding invitations is six to eight weeks before the big day. Before sending the invitations themselves, it's also a good idea to send out save the dates so that guests have plenty of time to arrange their schedules as needed—especially if your wedding will fall near a holiday or if your guests live far away. Save the dates are typically sent out any time between six months and a year in advance.