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A custom sketch of the Chicago skyline is the perfect accent to this invitation that honors the Windy City.
Sarah Drake Design
Vintage cactus motifs make this design subtly Western.
A folder with a custom letterpressed postage-stamp sticker houses a chic invitation with a whimsical vineyard design.
A Day in May Designs
Log cabins and snow-topped mountains are a repeating theme in this winter wonderland design.
CECI New York
Perfect for a laid-back beach affair, this invitation is the perfect mix of simple and chic.
Mr. Boddington's Studio
A single red heart ties the love theme together in the sweet skyline design seen on this invitation.
The custom illustrations of city landmarks help celebrate this historic location.
Swiss Cottage Designs
Morocco meets Mexico in this bright and bold suite set inside a gold folder with a watercolored paisley pattern inside.
This rustic-style design is ideal for a casual Southwestern wedding.
Inspired by vintage letterhead and western posters, this bold invite includes arrow motifs and a feather enclosed with the suite.
Inside this laser-cut sleeve inspired by Old World Spanish wrought-iron patterns is an invite with Otomi accents.
A crisp black, white, and gold color palette sets the tone for this classic wedding-invitation suite.
Cheree Berry Paper
A seemingly generic snowflake motif becomes special when its linked to a wintry wedding in Colorado -- or even Switzerland.
For these Aloha-style invitations, the fold-out card provides an information-rich format; the last page is a tear-off reply card with "accept/decline" options for several activities.
Get wedding guests excited about their trip by sending them passport-inspired invitations like these. And because this is a folder style, you can pack it with useful travel information for your guests.
The very colors you opt for can be influenced by your choice of location. Here, bright colors reflect the sunny tropics of Mexico.
The poppy-red Golden Gate Bridge stamped on this casual invite lets guests know exactly where they are headed.
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In keeping with the scholarly theme of this wedding in Cambridge, England, the invitations featured a drawing of the Madgelene College library.
The maps featured in this destination invite aren't intended to be used, just admired.
"Will You Be My?" Cards
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