Called ‘Whimsical,’ this invitation is printed on shimmer card stock with gold florals. It’s finished off with a satin ribbon and rhinestone buckle. Image: Bel Anne Stationery
Laser cut wedding invitations allow designers to take your wedding invitation suite to the next level with a never-before-possible level of detail. So, be it an actual wedding invitation, a Save the Date or a favour box, here are 20 of our favourite wedding related laser cut designs.
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This creative laser cut invitation was designed and created by the Californian bride and groom, Christine Srivongse and Ian Collins. They held a wonderful wedding in the wilds of California – and their entire wedding invitation suite, which included a guide to the local flora and fauna – was created with that in mind. Image: Ian Collins via Flickr
These hand-made cards are perfect for an Art Deco or Gatsby inspired wedding. They are foiled with gold cut-outs and look, well, spectacular. Image: Etsy seller CardsbyEP.
Another fantastic design, these lovely hand-made wedding invitations allow couples to personalise the gate’s filigree with the couple’s initials. Image: Etsy seller KatBluStudio.
A combination of laser cut design with gold foil and Letterpress printing, these seriously luxe wedding invitations are inspired by Chantilly bridal lace. How fitting! Image: Atelier Isabey
This simple pink rose design is pure pretty and would suit a garden wedding so well. It’s A6 size and is the creation of Singaporean Etsy seller Design4Eternity
This Tree of Love invitation is printed on craft card and can be personalised in your choice of colour from Elephant orange to Puffin Blue. Image: Invited by Kychard
A striking blue background highlights this invitation’s lovely lillies and delicate lace pattern. Image: 100 Invitations.
Yet another Tree of Love design, this one focuses on Autumnal leaves in both its design and colouring. Image: MaryMe Amoretti
It isn’t just wedding invitations that can benefit from a little laser cutting. These lovely Save the Date cards shimmer with silver foil and delicately cut but very modern flowers. Image: Lily Young
These glittering 3D wedding invitations may be a little hard to stuff into an envelope, but the result is worth it, don’t you think? Image: Champagne Press.
Another seriously striking combination of laser cutting and gold foil, this company has ditched the soft lines of foliage and florals opting, instead, for strong, sharp lines – and the result is truly memorable. Image: Red Bliss
Hold this laser cut invitation up to the light and the pattern, which is in the shape of a line of sparkling gems, will shine – just like real jewels. Clever.
This classic black-and-white design is simply called Spring Blossom and, beneath its delicate floral folds is your invitation. You can’t see it from the picture, but the card stock is metallic, as is the actual paper. Image: Starfish Lane
Available in a range of shapes, sizes and materials, these laser cut favour boxes can be personalised to match your theme perfectly! Image: Wedding Paraphernalia
A fantastic combination of photos and laser cutting, this wedding invitation looks more like a picture frame. Image: Wedding Paper Divas
This classically beautiful invitation opens four ways to reveal the ceremony and reception information inside. It’s all tied together with a lilac bow (or a bow in whatever colour you’d like). Image: Invited by Kychard
Another Tree of Love design, we particularly like this one because, as you’ll see by peering at it carefully, there is space for your initials – just like on a real Tree of Love. Image: CW Wedding invitations
These striking invitations are the result of Etsy seller LaserCutLace’s downloadable laser cut templates. You can edit them yourself and then have them printed with someone who does laser cut printing.
Your laser cutting adventures needn’t be confined only to your invitations – or paper. These very nifty name placecards can be laser cut out of either cardboard or wood and can double as your wedding favours as well as providing guests an idea of where to sit. You can bet every guest will take theirs home, too. Image: Melbourne Laser Cutters
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