300+ Free Printable Wedding Invitations

Save money, time, & stress by printing your own wedding invitations. You won't need to meet a minimum order - great for small weddings, there are a ton of beautiful options available, & you'll be able to make changes on the fly.

You can print them at home or head to your local printer, which you should definitely consider if you're looking at a design with a colored background. And we've put together a collection of over 300 free templates - everything we could find on the web in two days of searching - just for you.

WeddingChicks has an amazing collection of 23 wedding invitation suites you can fully customize on the site. I am in love with the blue & green mason jar design to the left & plan on using it myself.

Printable Invitation Kits has over 200 amazing and unique invitations to download for free. Their designs include flowers, watercolors, cats, & more. The downloads are in PDF form. To customize them we suggest using PDFEscape, a free online PDF editor.

Love and Lavender features 48 beautiful free printable PDF invitations, but for some reason offers a few that would be very difficult to customize. Remember that when editing a PDF most of he time you will need to erase the current text and input your own.

You should only choose an invitation with a solid background, where the text does not overlap the images.

Mountain Modern Life has 3 beautiful free printable wedding invitations including a Rustic Wedding Invitation, a Modern Gold Save the Date Invitation, & a Pink Watercolor Flower Save the Date Postcard.

Download and Print features 15 free printable invitations & great instructions on how to get them right. The invitation sets are listed below.

Modern Indian Invitation | Translucent Vintage Invitation | Pocket Invite with Floral Cut-Outs | Floral Invitation Set with Tulip Bead Embellishments | Gold & Black Art Deco Set | Garden Bouquet Invitation | B&W Vintage Iron Invitation | Elegant White Lace Invitation Set | Vintage Autumn Flower Invitation Set | Birds & Blossoms Invitation Set | Artisan Botanical Invitation Set | Blue Nautical Maritime Invitation Set | Red Floral Pocket Fold Invitation Set | Blue Chevron Invitation Set via The Budget Savvy Bride | B&W Doodle Love Printable Invitation Set

One Fab Day offers two free beautiful sets created by Appleberry Press including the Rosa Romance Set that includes a wedding invitation template & RSVP car & the Coral Floral Invitation Suite that includes a Save the Date, Invitation, RSVP & Details card.

The Rose Romance set is featured in the image to the right.

Clementine Creative has free invitations in multiple styles & colors including a green tree invitation, a wine-themed wood grain invitation, floral wreathes, & more.

The DIY Network has a few beautiful PDF invitations that are a lot easier to edit than others. As the free template results are mixed in, we've listed links directly to each PDF file below. And note while some say they are for wedding showers, they can easily be edited and used as invitations.

Blue Watercolor Summer Wedding Invitation by Kori Clark
Spring Wedding Invitation by Kori Clark
Simple Orange & Blue Coral Wedding Invitation by Kori Clark
Blue & Red Nautical Couple Shower Invitation by Paper & Pigtails
Champagne Bubble Couple Shower Invitation by Paper & Pigtails
Love Cherish & Honor Invitation by Paper & Pigtails / The TomKat Studio
>> Matching Reception & RSVP Cards are available as well.

Cards and Pockets features 9 free Invitation Sets including matching RSVP Cards. While most are a little bland they feature a black & white retro and modern invitation that are near perfect, and you can customize both before printing on the site.

And finally, here are a few unique free invitation sets from individual designers or sites.

Rustic Chic Wedding Invitation Set via CarlyAnne.com
Vintage Lace Doily Invitation Set via Mrs. Fancee
Tying the Knot Save the Date / Invitation DIY Project via Smitten on Paper
Ticket Invitation via Basic Invite
Blue and Green Watercolor Invitation Sets via Hey Look

If these are your designs and you would like them either removed or to have the credits changed, please contact us & let us know.

Flowers, Science, & Scent Make a Memorable Wedding Day

The sense of smell is our only sense that runs through the sections of our brain responsible for creating and storing emotions. This means choosing a scent for your wedding can help you and your guests remember how wonderful the day was.

Below we've compiled a list of twelve of the most sought after aromatic flowers you may want to incorporate into your bouquets or arrangements, and we've included some interesting facts you should know about a few of them.

Spring Flower DIY Bouquet & Floral Inspiration

With a little free time and inspiration, anyone can create a beautiful DIY spring bouquet.

Step One - DIY Bouquet Supplies

BloomsbytheBox Wildflower Pack - $190.64
You'll need fresh cut flowers & there are quite a few very inexpensive places to purchase them. Your local florist may be a great place to start but you should also consider warehouse stores (BJs, CostCo, Sams Club, etc.) & online flower wholesalers (BloomsbytheBox, FiftyFlowers, etc.) that can save you a lot of money.

To save even more, consider using some of the beautiful flowers in season in the spring including; Narcissus (commonly known as daffodils and available in multiple varieties), Hyacinth, Freesia (red, yellow, or pink with a sweet citrus scent), Iris (available in a multitude of colors), Paper whites, Star of Bethlehem, Sweet Pea, Alstromeria, Calla lillies, Cornflower, Delphimium, Gerbera daisies, Lilac, Lillies, Lisianthus, Peonies, Ranunculus, Roses, Snap Dragon, Stock, & Sunflowers.

Seven Honey-Bee Themed D.I.Y. Wedding Ideas & Projects

When I think of summer with all kinds of flowers blooming in Upstate N.Y. I think of the fresh local honey abundantly available at the local farmers markets. I love the idea of using honey and bee themed items in an outdoor wedding.

Idea #1: D.I.Y. Local Honey Jar Wedding Favors
With a little ingenuity and time you can wow your guests with small jars of local honey. You'll need local honey, glass jars, wooden dippers, ribbons, bee or flower charms, and labels.

Important things to know include that the flow of honey doesn't stop on it's own - use a butter knife to cut the flow when the containers are almost full, you do not need to seal or heat treat the jars in any way, and to keep the jars in a dark area so the honey doesn't crystallize. If it does happen to crystallize before the wedding, place the jars in lukewarm water until it becomes runny.

D.I.Y. Wine Bottle Wedding Centerpieces

Upcycled wine bottles make beautiful table centerpieces, and, if you're anything like me, you'll be able to gather quite a few before your wedding.

I found my favorite D.I.Y. wine bottle project on Bellalimento.com. All you'll need are a few wine bottles, some chalkboard paint, and a few inexpensive daisies for an awesome vintage look. I also love the idea of roses in these.

To show guests the table number you can group bottles together, corking one and placing a small card on top. And if you're using chalkboard paint, you can easily write the table number and guests directly onto the bottle.