Ideas We Love
Here, beautiful ways to show off your stunning engagement portraits.
Photo: @poppyjackshop Give guests a variety of invites featuring a few of your fave photos, and pair it with quotable quotes you love. Photo: @minted Make a classic pink and blush invite modern with snazzy fonts. Photo: @jenezedesigns Can't design which photos to include in your cards? Have more than one then! This design, where a collage is featured on the cover of the card, and a blown-up picture at the back with details, is a clever way of including a series of snaps without going overboard. Photo: @bohemeprints Give guests a preview of your beach wedding by having a nautical colour theme on the front of your save-the-dates or invitations, and a beach-themed portrait at the back of the card. Photo: @green__breeze We love how simply elegant this well-designed Polaroid-inspired invitation is. It's just the wedding date or monogram with the couple's names and their picture in front, and more information at the back. Photo: @weddingpaperdivas Thank your guests for attending your wedding with a selection of well-curated photos from your actual day. If you've got a roving photographer or a photobooth, include the photos they've taken, too. Photo: @papypress The cover sepia-toned photo evokes rustic chic but the details - in Mandarin characters and large, whimsical fonts in English - feel fresh. Photo: @freshdirtdesign The clever tagline "Married & merry" is clearly evident in the collage of cheery photos taken at the wedding. If you'd like to show off your actual day snaps, send them to guests in the form of a collage or two printed on your thank you cards. Photo: @vginvites Vintage-loving brides will love this sepia-treated photograph paired with an old-school postcard. Photo: @invitationdesignstudio Send word of your formal reception with a classic bi- or tri-fold suite with your picture included inset. Photo: @paperandhome A tri-fold invitation is a lovely way to show off more photos in a neat and organised manner.