Taste of Country – Real Glitter Invitation
For the rustic, country bride and groom, look no further than this simple, yet elegant, invitation. It features a faded gray background and a mason jar at the bottom. This aqua colored jar stands out with glitter that has been sprinkled on, adding a bit of glam to this otherwise simple theme.
Shining Seashells – Navy – Real Glitter
If you’re saying “I do” by the sea, this invite is perfect – it brings ocean life, bright colors and, of course, real glitter together. You’ll find purple seashells accompanied by a bold blue starfish and coral. The burlap background is kept clean and straightforward, which pairs well with the colorful and dazzling glitter.
The Wedding – Real Glitter Invitation
What I love about this particular invitation is it makes your wedding sound like the event of the year (which it probably is). “The Wedding” is printed in big and bold text with plenty of gold glitter to help it stand out even more. The invitation is perfect for art deco or 1920s nuptials.
Sparkling Stripes – Real Glitter Invitation
The bold stripes horizontally running across the invitation help your names stand out right at the top of the stationery. The bright pink glitter and striped pattern together create a very modern card for a contemporary wedding.
Rock Star – Cherry – Real Glitter Invitation
If you’re after both color and lots of glitter, this may be the invitation for you. It features the word “love” in bold and shimmering text at the top. At the bottom, your names and all the important info is displayed. The background is a combination of pinks, reds and oranges, creating a flush of bright color.
Luminous Lace – Real Glitter Invitation
Lace is one of the most commonly used fabrics when it comes to wedding decor because of its delicate beauty and versatility. You can even feature lace on your wedding invitations and combine it with color and glitter for a truly beautiful way to get the word out to your future guests.
Which real glitter invitation would you choose for your wedding? Share your thoughts with us!