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One of the best ways to keep costs down with wedding invitations is to manage the printing process yourself. Using these templates, pick/customize your favorite option and send the file to your printer. That’s it!
If you’re keen on sending physical wedding invitations with modern design and style, but aren’t interested in paying an unnecessary premium, check out these options that tick all the right boxes:
Scripted Minimalist by TheDaydreamCreative
This minimal option leverages the rule of thirds to direct the eye. TheDaydreamCreative walks you through the customization process, offering a variety of fonts/colors/etc. to suit.
Tip: Make sure you double-check the margins with your printer!
See more: Link / $29
“Harper” Digital Template by ConnieandJoanDIY
Bold typography calls out important information – who and when – while incorporating some more traditional elements. ConnieandJoenDIY did a good job of creating a minimal design that goes bold without overdoing it.
See more: Link / $9 per item
Upscale Modern & Minimalist by WhiteWillowPaperCo
WhiteWillowPaperCo delivers a sophisticated set of digital downloads, customized to suit your needs. This set is simple and stylized, giving a premium feel to a minimal invite. WhiteWillow does all the customization and works with you to get the invite to where you want it. User reviews are very positive, with many praising Venessa and Marie-Eve’s responsiveness and communication.
See more: Link / $35-$75
Simple Classy by INVITEDbyAudriana
This three-piece template includes the invitation, RSVP card, and thank you card. This ultra-minimalist layout uses a script to give it a very chic look. You can opt-out of the RSVP/thank-you cards if you’re only looking for a single item.
See more: Link / $29 – $49
Minimalist by INKKprint
This design can be customized to suit a wedding, show, save the date, and more. It’s quite universal and always fashionable. Size and script create emphasis for the eye to notice and follow.
See more: Link / $29
Bold Modern by BrittneyLevyPrints
This set includes templates for three items: a 5×7 invitations, a 3.5×5 response card, and an additional 3.5×5. We love the use of simple typography, text justification, and bold font weights to highlight key information.
See more: Link / $15
Tuscan Suite by barestudiodesigns
Again we see the tasteful use of an eye-catching script to highlight important areas. Barestudiodesigns also has access to their own printer should you want them to manage the entire process for you.
See more: Link / $35
Super Minimalist by INVITALIA
Bookworms everywhere will appreciate the type form design and layout. This option is as minimal as it gets, omitting anything that isn’t absolutely essential. INVITALIA offers matching menus, place cards, and table numbers if you’re enjoying the motif.
See more: Link / $25
Black and White by honihonixx
Creative use of space and font weights gives this minimal 5×7 design a modern feel. It is also available as a 5.5 x 5×5 square. Honihonixx will deliver a file to match your chosen printer; they will connect to your local printer to get specifications.
See more: Link / $24