Destination weddings are an adventure for more than the bride and groom, but all the guests as well. Invite them in style with a unique destination wedding invitation and they’ll be looking forward to this amazing trip!
Your unique wedding invite is their ticket to your uncommon and extraordinary wedding event. You can convey romance, playfulness or a little of both with the right wedding invitation and accurately capture your wedding mood. It can also communicate the essential wedding information in an interesting manner, leaving your guests anticipating your wedding celebration.
Chose your theme based on location — Mexico, Hawaii, Las Vegas or New York. Or, use other travel-inspired themes such as: tropical, nautical, cruise ship or boarding pass (a vintage airplane ticket).
Gorgeous flower-themed wedding invites, such as this Hawaiian Hibsicus Passport, or a more traditional and elegant invite for a seaside wedding, such as this Lucky in Love Seahorse invite. If you’re ready to jump on the jet and embark on your wedding adventure, then check out this unique destination wedding invitation — a vintage boarding pass. What better way to tell your guests to book their flight than with a boarding pass wedding invite?!
Whisk away your guests with the little details on these fun destination wedding invites. Incorporate swaying palm trees, sparkling lakeshores, or iconic skylines that capture the culture and mood of your wedding get-away. Then, jazz up the destination wedding invite with crystals, wooden embellishments, ribbon and raffia ties. These additional details will leave your guests captivated and wondering about the adventure they’ll be joining you for.
Keep in mind that your guests will need time to plan and save for your destination wedding event. We suggest getting your wedding invitations out early — ideally six months in advance. It’s also good etiquette (and makes it way easier on your guests) to include information about places to stay and group hotel rates.
Consider having a wedding website with all your up-to-date travel information, itineraries and other details for the wedding trip. Include the website URL on your save the date and destination wedding invitation. When your guests get-in at the resort, great them a with a welcome letter and destination kit — the letter should include the wedding events and the kit could include snacks, sunblock, etc.
If you’re planning to host a separate reception back home after the destination wedding, you’ll need additional reception invitations for those guests. But, don’t worry, we can help you with that too! Incorporate the same colors and theme from your destination wedding invite in the back-home reception card as well!
Simple and sentimental your destination wedding invites will leave everyone talking and provide them with a memorable keepsake for your special day.