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Fashionista NOW: 7 Chic Wedding Invitation Card Ideas

7 Chic Wedding Invitation Card Ideas

Creating your own personalized wedding invitation cards can be hard if you’re busy with other hardcore aspects of wedding-planning.

You may wonder why of all things to write about that I’ve chosen to highlight wedding invitation cards today? Am I subtly implying that I am about to host my own in the near future? Anyone who knows me know that I’m not a fan of weddings and as a child, I never fantasized fairytale weddings of the sort that loads of people dreamed about. I promise, though, I’m still able to experience lovey-dovey emotions!

What I do thoroughly enjoy is actually visually-feasting on wedding decor ideas of the minimalist kind (this ties with my love for the minimalist fashion trend). When wedding invitation cards are concerned, it’s only natural that I prefer the minimal variety too.

Wedding invitation card wordings of the cheeky sort is something I really happen to enjoy too as they inject a dose of fun to lighten up the formality of the big day and Etsy has quite a lot of suggestions in store.

For a minimally artistic wedding invite design that is pretty quaint and elegant, Paperless Post has got it going on. With its vision of reimagining invitations through design and technology to help you connect at life’s most memorable moments, the New-York-based company is all about setting new standards for modern correspondence, merging design with efficiency.

For a taste of the various wedding invitation card designs available on Paperless Post which are all customizable, have a scroll below and enjoy!

Peacock Love


| Mr. Waris Invitation


Pink Dip-Dye


| Dip-Dye : Antique Pink




| Palmier II




| Lantern Yellow




| Sonora Invitation




| His And His




| Unikko Gray


Paperless Post was launched in 2009 by siblings James and Alexa Hirschfeld to prove that communication could be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium. With Paperless Post, you can create online and paper stationery that is a reflection of your individual aesthetic. To date, Paperless Post users have sent over 100  million cards. The company has collaborated with top fashion and lifestyle designers including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler and John Derian.

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