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Mountain Wedding Invitations

Heading to the mountains for your big day? There's no better way to reflect your venue's scenery than with mountain wedding invitations. Typically associated with rustic, forest-inspired styles, these woodsy designs are perfect for those who love the outdoors or have a penchant for enjoying the après ski lifestyle. When you've selected the one that feels the most authentic to you, your partner and your event, you can add dimensional objects and look through a variety of cohesive save the date and wedding website options too.

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Designing Your Mountain Wedding Invitations with the Experts at Bliss & Bone

The mountains are charming, romantic and whimsical at any time of year. So, it is no surprise that many couples decide to head up to a mountainous region for a beautiful wedding ceremony and reception. You will be surrounded by family and friends (and nature, of course!) as you exchange your vows and dance the night away. Where you get married can also give way to gorgeous mountain wedding invitations. These nature-inspired pieces of stationery are the ideal complement to any mountainside celebration.

Throughout this guide, we will explain everything couples should know about creating mountain wedding invitations. From unique ideas to expected costs, this provides you with all the context you need about the invites for your mountain wedding.

What Are Mountain Wedding Invitations?

Mountain wedding invitations can show off the peaks, but they do not necessarily need to display a mountainous region. In lieu of this, you can find rustic mountain wedding invitations that feature items like pine cones and rocks or more subtle templates with the feel of an outdoor environment. 

Other accents like wood, leaf stems and more all work with the mountain wedding theme. There are also mountain ranges from the West Coast to East Coast, and plenty of places in between. With that, there are so many times of year and a variety of interpretations for these stationery items. And while you might associate fall or winter with mountain weddings, you can host one in every season. There will be more greenery and flowers in the spring and summer, so you can also find relevant wedding invites for those seasons.

The style of your invites might also depend on your venue. If you are getting married in an open, outdoor ceremony, you might opt for a more colorful, nature-inspired invitation. However, if you say “I do” at a luxury hotel overlooking a mountain range, you might want to coordinate with the decor and look of the hotel.

When Should You Send Out Mountain Wedding Invitations?

Your mountain wedding invitations should go out about six to eight weeks before your guests head over to the venue. This provides you and your guests enough time to coordinate and confirm everything. On your end, you will also need to collect all of the RSVPs and determine the final guest list. 

In addition to designing and sending out your wedding invitations, you also need to do a few tasks beforehand. Here are our recommendations for things to do in the leadup to customizing your wedding invites:

  1. Talk through your budget. You and your partner first need to have a conversation about how much you intend to spend on your venue and every vendor you hire. Weddings tend to be quite costly, so it is crucial that you and your partner are on the same page. This might be a departure from your post-engagement bliss, but you will feel grateful after having this discussion.

  2. Consult with a professional. If you and your partner are feeling overwhelmed or busy with other aspects of your life, it might be a good idea to enlist a professional wedding planner early on in the process. Having such an expert on your team is incredibly helpful for everything from reviewing venues to organizing the day-of schedule. 

  3. Confirm your tentative guest list. Though this might feel too early in the process, determining an estimated number of guests is crucial before you start exploring wedding venues. Knowing the approximate number of guests expected to attend your wedding can help narrow it down to the best venue options for your style, guest count and budget. As a helpful starting point, you can estimate that 70 to 85 percent of your guests will end up attending your celebration.

  4. Review potential venues and book your favorite. After figuring out your guest list, you should determine where you and your partner want to tie the knot. From your hometown to your favorite destination spot, there are endless options for your event space. Once you have set the general area, scope out popular venues nearby. From hotels to outdoor event spaces, you can find a variety of spots near your mountain range of choice. When you have found “the one,” put down your deposit as soon as possible. Wedding venues are constantly in high demand, so setting your venue (and with that, the date!) 

  5. Design your wedding website and Save the Dates. A few months before sending out your invites, you should customize a wedding website and set of Save the Dates. These can also reflect the mountain theme and coordinate, and you should make sure they are all set by the time you send your Save the Dates—about six to eight months before the big day.

Once you have checked the above items off of your list, your rustic mountain wedding invitations should be underway. As you consider what to put in the wording, do not forget to detail when RSVPs are due. Guests should send their replies two to three weeks before your celebration, which will give you enough time to fully finalize the guest list and make seating arrangements for the reception.

How Much Do Mountain Wedding Invitations Cost?

Just like the mountains you love, costs with these invites have range. The most expensive type of invitations are printed, since they require paper and printing. The least costly style is digital printing, but prices go up with more premium methods like letterpress and metallic foil printing. You can expect these to start at $700 to $1,200 for 100 cards in the digitally printed style. By contrast, most online wedding invitations cost about $1 each. 

There are plenty of benefits to printed and online wedding invitations alike. Printed options allow you to hold onto your physical invites and use them as a keepsake from your special day. They are the most traditional form of sending out invitations, and they are also great for less tech-savvy guests. And more couples are going for online wedding invitations because they are more cost-effective and environmentally friendly. You cannot go wrong with either, though, so it is all about figuring out your personal preferences and budget. 

The Most Popular Ideas for Mountain Wedding Invitations

From January to December, so many changes happen to mountain ranges all over the world. Because of this, there are so many ideas to create your own mountain wedding invitations. From bright and colorful to dark and moody, these are couples’ favorite types of mountain wedding invitations: 

  • Rustic mountain wedding invitations: Perhaps the most popular options are rustic mountain wedding invitations. These combine the romantic, warm colors of rustic wedding invitations and mountain-inspired elements. As an example, the Stella rustic mountain wedding invitations have creams and browns that give it the perfect vibe. While these do not feature mountains exactly, they do align with the look and feel of the surrounding area.

  • Woodsy mountain wedding invitations: For another format that fits in with the mountain wedding theme, look no further than the Carter wedding invitation template. This has the appearance of botanical leaves embossed on the card and comes with two three-dimensional objects: a piece of wood and a rock. These are rustic and unique additions that make these invites perfect for a fall mountain wedding

  • Green mountain wedding invitations: If you are getting married in the spring or summer, you might gravitate toward more botanical and green wedding invitations. The Breanna wedding invitations, for instance, have the warm and rustic colors but also feature plenty of greenery. 

  • Winter mountain wedding invitations: As the temperature drops, mountains get covered in snow. That is why so many couples love the Annabeth mountain wedding invitations, which include a snow-dusted pine cone, leaf stem and rocks. These three-dimensional objects serve as a subtle nod to the theme, as they are characteristic of the area without fully showing a series of mountains. 

Rustic colors, on-theme three-dimensional objects and thoughtful shadows all work together to create the most magical wedding invitations. You and your partner should review your options and determine which templates you love most. From there, you can click on your favorite one and then hit the “Customize” button. This will take you to Bliss & Bone’s online builder, which will allow you to customize every part of your mountain wedding invitation. 

Start Creating Your Mountain Wedding Invitations

After reviewing this guide, we hope that you and your partner feel more ready to design your mountain wedding invitations. There is so much to look forward to about your celebration, and we are available to take the guesswork out of your stationery process. Couples can also review our curated stationery collections, which are premade design sets that include everything from wedding website templates to wedding menu designs. If you run into any questions along the way, do not hesitate to contact us online or email us at hello@blissandbone.com. We look forward to working with you on the most beautiful mountain wedding invitations imaginable.