Dazzling Art Deco-inspired wedding invitations that will leave a lasting impression.
When selecting your wedding invitations, you should include unique details that will make a powerful impression and build excitement amongst invited guests. If you find clean lines, geometric trims, and metallic motifs appealing, consider an Art Deco design. The striking 1920s style continues to offer a sense of glamour, luxury, and elegance. Take a look at some of our favorite pieces that are both creatively modern and timeless choices for celebrations in any season.
“Pineapple Glam” wedding invitation featuring gold foil, pineapple-print belly band, and envelope with striped liner along with die-cut events and accommodations cards by Nico and Lala; nicoandlala.com
Ceci Couture “Gilded Deco” custom Art Deco suite with geometric patterns in gold foil, laser-cut details, and 1920s-style typography by Ceci New York; cecinewyork.com
“Rose-Gold Retro” foil-stamped wedding invitation with custom envelope by Elizabeth Grace; elizabethgrace.com
“Deco” letterpress invitation by Elizabeth Elsas Mandel for Bella Figura; bellafigura.com
“Deco Wrap” gold foil tri-fold invitation by Carlson Craft; carlsoncraftproducts.com
“Deco Corners” gold-and-black wedding invitation by Katharine Watson for Minted; minted.com
“Painterly Deco” invitation inspired by Deco architecture featuring creamy brushstrokes in blush, nude, and gold by Momental Designs; momentaldesigns.com
“Neal & Thomas” double-sided Deco invitation foil stamped with custom lion crest by East Six; eastsix.com
“Brogan & Marc” Art Deco invitation printed in gold foil on thick black card stock by Atelier Isabey; atelierisabey.com
“Cecilia & Robert” custom letterpress suite featuring a die-cut invitation with calligraphy and scalloped envelope liner in taupe foil by Lowcountry Paper Co.; lowcountrypaperco.com
“Elegant Art Deco” invitation featuring a die-cut pocket with raised printing and custom monogram by Lepenn Designs; lepenndesigns.com