The graceful branches of a bare tree. Falling snowflakes. Late winter crocuses. A snow-covered gate. There’s virtually no limit to the design images you might choose for a winter marriage invitation. Check out these possibilities:
Just because you’re using winter wedding invitations doesn’t mean you need to ditch floral themes. Bold red amaryllis, graceful lilies and crisp white roses are all ideal designs for winter ceremonies. If your ceremony is during the Christmas holiday, holly or poinsettias can also set the stage for your guests.
Holiday flowers aren’t the only designs you could consider for a Christmas marriage invitation. Other motif ideas include ornaments, Christmas trees, candy canes and stars. Online wedding invite specialists offer bold, modern versions of these images as well as casual, and sometimes, comical versions.
To personalize your winter wedding invitations, add a photo of you and your loved one. It could be a playful photo of the two of you in a snowball battle or a romantic picture of you and your future spouse walking along a snow-covered path hand in hand. Adding personal photos into your marriage invitation is easy by shopping on wedding invite sites. It doesn’t take a tech genius to add photos to the stationery either. Simply upload the files to the website. If you run into trouble, contact the company’s customer service team for help.
For a marriage invitation that gets guests talking, order paper die-cut into the shape of a snowflake. One style of winter wedding invitations comes as a set of three die-cut snowflakes linked together with white ribbon: the first snowflake is printed with the names of you and your future spouse; the second snowflake is printed with the invitation wording; the final snowflake has the reception information.
From festive and fun to refined and romantic, you’ll be able to find winter wedding invitations that get guests in the mood.