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Vintage Style Wedding Invitations

Draw inspiration from old-school graphics, swoops and swirls.

{1} This sleek invitation simplifies the traditional three- or four-piece set into one comprehensive booklet. The abstract floral motif makes a bold splash on an otherwise minimal design and is perfectly suited for the contemporary bride. Mi Mi Design

{2} Inspired by the couple’s romantic first meeting in the city of love, designer Fran Shea blended imagery from Paris with a vintage postcard theme to create a classic yet distinctive invite. Using letterpress printing and a unique accordion layout, this design evokes an aura of chic French elegance. Zeichen Press

{3} For one couple’s intimate barn celebration, designer Lisa Houghton mixed playful floral and bright colors for a fresh take on wedding invites. This is an excellent choice for brides seeking an understated yet lighthearted aesthetic. Lisa Houghton Design

{4} Searching for a vintage-inspired and eclectic wedding invitation? Look no further. Based on the bride’s love for birds, these vintage prints infused with natural elements are the perfect way to invite guests to bear witness as two lovebirds coo “I do.” Mi Mi Design

{5} Keeping in mind her Union Station reception in Chicago, the bride worked with the designers at Emmy Lu to create an invitation that would harken back to an era of leisurely and lavish traveling. Guests were presented with a personalized “admission ticket” to an evening filled with love, toasts and dancing. Emmy Lu

{6} Designers Alyssa Petrie and Jessica McIntosh were struck by the bride’s classy yet down-to-earth personality the first time they met with her. Together they created this elegant invitation with a youthful appeal. The paisley print adds graceful texture to the monochromatic design, while the ribbon detailing gives a dimensional touch to this timeless piece. Aquamark Design

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