Beach wedding is so much fun, and so should the wedding invitation! To give your guests a hint of what they can expect throughout the day, it’s only wise to incorporate the unique elements into your invitation in an elegant style.
Starfishes are definitely favorite for its distinct shape. But you can always mix and match the color hues from the ocean life to amplify your theme.
Here is some of our favorite beach wedding invitations that might inspire yours. Enjoy!
Calm Beach Wedding Invitations
The design is actually pretty simple with all the necessary parts included. What makes this wedding invitation so special is the subtle combination of the font and ornament colors.
If you look a little bit closer, it’s a combination of soft blue and cream over white, with decorative shell ornaments. The sandy brown envelope lining helps to immediately bring the feeling of grainy sands between our toes.
Scenic Ocean Beach Wedding Invitation
Ocean pictures alone can be boring and so is type lettering, so why not combine the two elements together to make a unique beach wedding invitation.
You can always use one of your favorite scenic ocean pictures and layer it with creative type lettering. Adopt the same idea for other additional cards to keep everything harmonized.
Brown Beach Wedding Invitation
While people tend to borrow the color of the sky or the sprawling ocean for their wedding invitation, inspiration can also come from the sandy beach.
Brown is an amazingly versatile color that can be incorporated into any wedding theme, and with a little decorative starfish, it becomes the perfect invitation for beach weddings.
Blue Ombre Beach Wedding Invitation
Ever notice how sometimes the horizon between the sprawling ocean and the blue sky just fade and blends together into one beautiful blue spectacle?
Inspired by the same thing, the watercolor blue ombre paper makes quite an artsy background for a wedding invitation. With the right font and lettering, it totally looks classy and tasteful.
Palm Tree Beach Wedding Invitation
Are you a little tight on the budget but still want to add a tropical element to your invitation?
Worry not, because you can always make your own invitation with the help of palm tree vectors, readily available for free on the Internet. It gives a hint of sea breeze and exotic ocean life without getting too ornate.
Winter Beach Wedding Invitation
Not many of us have the privilege of exchanging vows while digging the sands with our toes, so when the opportunity arises, you have to make the best of it.
Beach wedding on winter might not sound familiar, but in contrary, it happens quite often. If you happen to do so too, why not make your unique wedding invitation with the color of the ocean and some snow crystal details?
Coral Beach Wedding Invitation
Coral, as one of the sweetest colors from the ocean life that always brings us the feeling of joy and romance is just the perfect thing for a beach bash invitation.
You can keep it simple with printed seashells details and shiny satin ribbon for accent. To make it more dramatic, use a bold contrasting color envelope, like gray.
Affordable Beach Wedding Invitation
Sometimes, for a more casual and relaxed beach wedding, it’s not necessary to send out a complicated wedding invitation.
We truly think that poster style invitations are great because it’s affordable – because you can make it your own – and feels more personal. Like we said earlier, why not showcase one of your favorite ocean pictures in your invitation?
Message in a Bottle Wedding Beach Invitation
Our crafting senses are tingling with excitement! A conventional paper-based wedding invitation is getting a creative treatment with easy DIY.
You can design and print the invitation letter on your own, roll and tie with a cute ribbon, and place it inside a small glass bottle. Decorate with more ribbon and a seashell, and voila, you just made yourself a unique invitation.
Pocket Beach Wedding Invitation
Pocket style wedding invitations are great to organize the entire ensemble in one practical place. Give a glimpse of ocean life to your pocket invitation with hemp, seashells, and sand paper.
If that’s still not enough, you can give your invitation an exciting seashell stamp! For coherency, make sure you only use the ocean color hues.