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The Most Amazing Wedding Invitations

I know I know, what are we doing talking about wedding invitations at a parenting site?  But as you know many people do wait till after having a child to get married, and then there’s second marriages; so I thought it would be fun to show you my amazing finds on wedding invites. And if you are married, maybe someone you know is getting married?  Who knows, after you see how beautiful these are you may be wanting to get married all over again.

After going through some of my favorite wedding blogs, I have collected 5 of the most beautiful and unique invites out there.  Come see!

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  • Oberon 1 of 5
    Oberon
    by Akimbo Inspired by the playful forest characters of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, the Oberon collection is perfect for a dreamy, natural wedding. Originally commissioned for a shoot - the Oberon collection is now available for your own whimsical woodsy affair. This invite is printed onto real timber. (Via Oh So Beautiful Paper).
  • Travel-Inspired 2 of 5
    Travel-Inspired
    Modern calligraphy by the talented Betsy Dunlap is mixed with a travel theme that creates the most romantic and nostalgic invite. (Via Oh So Beautiful Paper).
  • Clouds 3 of 5
    Clouds
    Love the simplicity of these beautiful breezy free and easy letterpress invitations from Moontree Letterpress. (Via Oh So Beautiful Paper).
  • Timeless 4 of 5
    Timeless
    I love the tailored and sophisticated look of these personal invites from Kathryn from Snip­pet & Ink who partnered with Jill Sassa from PS Paper. Stunning. (Via Oh So Beautiful Paper).
  • Customized Illustration 5 of 5
    Customized Illustration
    by Rifle Paper Co. These go without saying - amazing customized invitation set by the talented Anna Bond of Rifle Paper Co.

About Poppytalk:

Jan is the author and co-founder of the Canadian design blog, Poppytalk. She is also a huge supporter of all things handmade and is proud to devote her time to their online marketplace, Poppytalk Handmade.

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