Geometrics have definitely come a long way since they first appeared on wedding invitations some years ago! Back then, they were associated with artsy, offbeat couples who wanted to break away from the conventional frilly and flowery stationery. Today, they lend their edgy appeal to a whole range of wedding themes—from boho to urban industrial to rustic to tropical to Art Deco to folksy. You’ll see what we mean as you enjoy these wedding invitation examples we’re featuring. Who knew lines, hexagons, triangles, and circles could be so versatile!
10 Ideas for Going Geometric in Your Wedding Invites
Look at what geometrics can be combined with to create amazing effects on your invitations: metallic foil, color block patterns, blind impression (or embossing), die-cut shapes, fold-out designs, screen printing, even glitter, string and feathers!
Click on each link for sourcing details or a full inspirational wedding shoot:
1 – Dreamcatcher-inspired Invitation from Southern Fried Paper
2 – Color Block Screenprint and Letterpress Invitation Suite by Joseph DeFerrari, via Behance
3 – Hexagon Shape Fold-out Invitation by Berin Made, featured in a styled shoot by The Bijou Bride via Rock N’ Roll Bride
4 – Hexagon Invitation mounted on Geometric Cutout Frame by Die Exklusiven Einladungskarten, featured in a styled shoot on One Fab Day
5 – Dia de los Muertos-inspired Wedding Invitation Suite by Jean Hilpert/Behance, via Wedding Chicks
6 – Modern Geometric Bohemian Wedding Invitation & RSVP Set from Black Lab Studio (etsy)
7 – Eclectic Invitation with Silver Foiling from Little Bridge Design (etsy)
8 – Colorful Custom Invitation Suite with Blind Impression, design by Scott Peiffer / printing by Studio on Fire
9 – “Retro Paradise” Wedding Invitation from Basic Invite
Isn’t it amazing how geometrics can bring an instant modern vibe to wedding stationery across so many themes? Which look is your favorite? Let us know in a comment below.