There are a lot of wedding themes and styles out there to choose from, and picking the one that fits you perfectly can seem to be a challenge. By taking a look at a few different styles you can more easily narrow down what you really want for your wedding. Vintage wedding invitations are a beautiful option for brides who want the popular shabby chic or classic vintage look. It's easy to integrate this style of wedding invitation into many different wedding themes. With many brides now incorporating details that they never thought would go on their invitations, these unique touches are something to be remembered. Some vintage wedding invitations utilize colors and materials that may have not been available before, such as printing on vintage handkerchiefs or including ribbons and dried flowers as a part of the wedding invitations. Backyard weddings, carnival weddings, and other shabby chic or vintage themed weddings are perfectly complimented by vintage wedding invitations, which will give your guests a sneak preview of the festivities to come. While you are ordering your vintage wedding invitations, be sure to also pick out the perfect thank you cards, rehearsal dinner invitations, and other wedding stationery to match and compliment your invitations so that everything is sure to match.
Customer reviews of our Vintage Wedding Invitations
July 2, 2015Wedding Invitations
"Our invitations arrived recently (sooner than expected) and look absolutely beautiful! The design requests we submitted were perfect and really helped to make our invitations unique."
July 2, 2015Gorgeous Wedding Invites
"I ordered these for my wedding invitations, and they came our gorgeous! I loved the design and the color options they offered. I went with the square option, and used the cream colored background and solid color for the back design. I love that the paper is already shimmery, which also adds to the design. I did think the paper was a little thin, and maybe I should have ordered a thicker paper, but overall all I was very happy with my order and my invitations! My order also arrived earlier than expected."
July 1, 2015Beautiful and Classy
"I am so happy with these invitations! They are simple, yet beautiful and classy. I wanted to put all the information (reception and all) on one card, and I needed to make a second set in another language. The designer followed my instructions perfectly and made great suggestions to fit the text on the page. They turned out even better than expected. The paper quality (I used the shimmer paper) was excellent. I would recommend the shimmer paper. I can't say enough about the service as well. The proofs were done so quickly, the people on the phone were amazing and friendly and the package was delivered days ahead of time. The only hiccup I had was that they were unable to tell me what the customs/duties would be so I had to just keep my fingers crossed. In the end, it wasn't so expensive (about $60 for Canada). I would recommend Wedding Paper Divas to any bride-to-be!"
June 29, 2015Beautiful Wedding invitations
"Loved my pearlized invites! Didn't want them to be overly fancy but had just the right amount of delicate and they are beautiful!"
June 28, 2015Gorgeous!
"I used these for my wedding invitations and everyone who received them RAVED! They are nice and thick and printed beautifully. DO NOT forget to include the reception information on your invite like I did! I had the church information but failed to include location and start time for the cocktail hour! It simply says "reception to follow." I also took these incites and glued them into a pocket fold that was gold. I put stickers with our initials on them to seal the pocket fold. Looked AMAZING"
Cutting edge in the stationery industry, our laser-cut cards come
in an array of beautiful shapes and designs, and are customizable with photos and text. Due to the unique nature of laser-cut cards, please allow for small variations, such as ...
Our premium letterpress cards are printed on eco-luxury paper. This
“tree-free” paper is made from 100% cotton. Dating back to the 15th century, this traditional printing method creates a unique look by literally pressing the design into the paper.