Wedding invitations – setting up the tone


Wedding invitation is one thing that shouldn’t be understated. It sets the tone of your wedding. Here, at Save The Date we believe that small details make big difference. Therefore, designing wedding stationary is a meticulous and creative process. Normally wedding stationary a small reveal of your big day or a capture of a couple’s character. Through the invitations you can let guests know what to expect from the day X itself – whether it is a lavish affair, destination wedding, playful and whimsical party, or natural and rustic location, wedding prints often repeat the theme of the wedding and its ambiance.

Few hinds and tips

  • Embracing the location related details. Inspired by the city/country, where the couple met or got engaged or planning to have their wedding
  • The venue: the stationary set can bring the wedding venue to the front row. Repeating the style or separate elements
  • Couples personality – taste, personal details or facts. When the invitations say something about you as a couple.
  • Destination – when having a destination wedding, make it everything about the country or the city, where you are taking your guests to

In other words, wedding invitations should be nothing less than personal and unique.

Few stories and details behind some of our favourite wedding sets.

This stationary was designed by a talented Reesha from Pret-A-Papier.

The story behind: Reesha used the details of the venue, stationary repeats the wall paper pattern and the style of The St Regis Dubai – opulent and artistic (photographed by Enchante Studio)


The story behind: Invitations reveal the personality of the couple, the countries where both of them come from, as well as their common passion for dogs (from Charlotte & Maaz Wedding).  photographed by Joem Aldea

The story behind: classic invitation from Joan & Mohammed wedding at the Ritz Carlton. Gold foiled initials, thick fine paper with embossing and gold foiling finish. (photographed by Purple Tree Photography)

The story behind: laser cut invitations inspired by the lace details on the bride’s wedding dress. From the wedding of Mila & Tamer (photographed by Purple Tree Photography)