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Winter Wedding Invitations

Falling snow, cozying up by the fire...what's not to love about wintertime? If you've decided on a winter wedding, there are so many ways to highlight the time of year through your online winter wedding invitations. Think about how you want to portray these seasonal elements, and then select your pick within our curated gallery. From there, you can customize with textures and shadows, and there are also save the dates and wedding websites that can match your invites.

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Designing Your Own Winter Wedding Invitations with the Experts at Bliss & Bone

If you are getting married in the wintertime, one thing is guaranteed: romanticism. There is something so beautiful and special about cozying up in the cooler climate to celebrate your once-in-a-lifetime love. To share information about the upcoming festivities with your loved ones, we love the idea of winter wedding invitations. 

From cool tones to unique red winter wedding invitations, there are so many options for couples planning their big day during this season. As you plan out this epic celebration, we are here to help you take on your wedding stationery. In this guide, we will go through the best ideas, key pieces of information about your wedding timeline and much more. 

What Are Winter Wedding Invitations?

The winter is generally between December and March, so if you are saying “I do” then, winter wedding invitations are ideal. There is practically no limit when it comes to designing your winter wedding invitation, but you likely will not find bright, spring- or summer-forward colors. You may want to send over more fall-inspired options, especially if you are sending them out in the autumnal season, but you can truly imagine your winter invites in countless ways. 

Some colors that represent the winter season include deep and cool blues, vibrant reds, and bold greens. Of course, you also cannot go wrong with a winter white aesthetic. As for iconography, snow-dusted pine cones, fallen leaves, forest trees, antlers and more all signify a winter wedding invitation. Think about how you can incorporate these as you start reviewing the many winter wedding invitations ideas available. 

When to Send Your Winter Wedding Invitations

Knowing when to send out your winter wedding invitations is key, since you need to request RSVPs and see how many people can attend your wedding. Most commonly, wedding invites are sent out six to eight weeks prior to the big day—and even earlier if you are planning a destination wedding. 

And before you send out your winter wedding invitations, you need to tackle a few more things. There is a checklist for your wedding timeline that is required in the leadup to sending them out, and here is everything you need to do as you prepare for it: 

  1. Outline your budgeting goals. Let’s be real: Weddings are expensive. Pricing for vendors and other wedding-related items are on the rise, so it is important to sit down with your partner and anyone else who has offered to contribute financially to your celebration. Make sure that everyone is on the same page, and break down how much you plan to spend on everything from the venue to individual vendors. 

  2. Think about hiring a wedding planner. If your budget can accommodate hiring a trusted professional planner, you can more easily organize yourselves for your events. These experienced pros are decision-makers, connectors and organizers, and they can take a lot of the guesswork out of, well, everything.

  3. Narrow down your guest list. You need to know approximately how many of your family members and friends will actually attend your wedding. In general, you should expect anywhere between 70 to 85 percent of your invited guests to attend. This is another important conversation you need to have with your partner and anyone else who might have helped out with your wedding. For instance, parents might want to invite some of their close friends that are not on your or your partner’s lists. 

  4. Tour and book your dream wedding venue. As you start the planning process, it makes sense to kick everything off with your venue selection. Once you have decided whether you are staying closer to home or venturing off for a destination wedding, you can begin researching the best spots to get married in that chosen area. Read reviews online, and if possible, visit the spot to determine if it feels appropriate for your particular celebration. As you browse, keep in mind that the venue accounts for approximately 40 percent of your overall budget, so it is important to confirm pricing information. If it fits your budget and aesthetic preferences and has the date you want, submit your deposit as soon as possible. Demand is high for top-notch venues, so you need to lock yours down at your earliest convenience. 

  5. Design your own wedding website and Save the Dates. Browse through a variety of templates for both wedding websites and Save the Dates, many of which can coordinate with your winter wedding invitations (more on this later!). Wedding websites should be completed prior to sending out your Save the Dates, which usually go out six to eight months before your wedding day. While your winter wedding invitation will be sent with more detailed information, Save the Dates include the basics: the date (or dates, if it is a wedding weekend) and the location (either the venue name or city). Plus, you can include even more information and details on your RSVP wedding website. There, guests can learn about your registry, see photos from your engagement shoot, submit their RSVP and more.

If you have “checked” off all of the above items, you are ready to start imagining those perfect winter wedding invitations. Again, these should be sent about two months prior to your wedding day, and RSVPs are essential. You should ask guests to send back their RSVPs two to three weeks before the big day, so you can know exactly how many people will be in attendance. With this information, you can also make seating arrangements and confirm the number of tables and seats needed.

The Most Unique Winter Wedding Invitations Ideas

While you likely will not see bright pink flowers or luscious greenery in winter wedding invitations ideas, there are a variety of interpretations in this particular category. It is all about color, three-dimensional objects and texture. To make your winter wedding invitation stand out, here are a few of the most popular, classic ideas to explore and consider:

  • Forest winter wedding invitations: There is something about the woods that reflects this season so well. From pine cones to branches, there are natural elements that can signify the cold weather in your winter wedding invitations ideas. One of the dreamiest examples of this is the Annabeth winter wedding invitation. The rock, branch and pine cone on this online invite appears to be dusted in snow—a perfect signal to the season. And with a deep navy background, there are so many components that work with the overall theme. 

  • Vintage winter wedding invitations: Vintage weddings are incredibly popular, as they create a warm, ultra-romantic atmosphere. For vintage winter wedding invitations, look no further than the Serena template. This design showcases vintage-inspired deckle edges around the paper, giving a rustic and delicately worn look. Plus, there are floral accents surrounding the dark background, showing you how you can incorporate flowers and greenery into your winter wedding invitations ideas.

  • Blue winter wedding invitations: Take on a more positive meaning for “winter blues” with this style. We have seen weddings that contrast a snow-covered venue with light blue decor and attire. However, we also love how the Grayson winter wedding invitation has more muted, moody blues. The background and paper are coordinating shades of the color blue, and the deckle edge on the envelope and old school-looking stamps also make them vintage winter wedding invitations. 

  • Red winter wedding invitations: One way to get red winter wedding invitations that will not be confused with holiday cards? Choose a deeper red. The romantic, black background of the Lauren winter wedding invitation showcases a delicate red design on it. It is whimsical, subtle and far from a Christmas tree-emblazoned card.

  • White winter wedding invitations: We all know about the winter white wedding aesthetic. Resembling the color of the snow all over your venue, winter wedding invitations that are all white are the perfect combination for your celebration. It also presents a super chic, modern-minimalism look, which is another popular trend. The Vincent winter wedding invitation, for instance, has a wintry branch and an all-white background and paper. This is just one of the many white wedding invitations you can find at Bliss & Bone.

  • Floral winter wedding invitations: As we mentioned, you do not have to avoid flowers when it comes to the best winter wedding invitations ideas. Instead, you need to find deeper tones that feature floral or botanical accents. The Layla winter wedding invitations show how you can take a light and bright flower like a peony, and turn it into a more seasonal design with a darker background. Similarly, the Raitha winter wedding invitation shows anemones delicately scattered across the card.

These categories prove just how many winter wedding invitations ideas are available to couples planning their celebrations. And whether you are getting married in the forest, or simply want to reflect the season in your invitations, you can easily do that with the templates online at Bliss & Bone. Look through all of the winter wedding invitations and see which one fits your theme and style best.

How Much Do Winter Wedding Invitations Cost?

Most printed wedding invitations will start in the $700 to $1,200 price range for 100 invites. Printing is significantly pricier than digital options, which are usually around $1 per invitation. People often choose printed invites if they want a more traditional keepsake to send out to guests, but digital versions are becoming more and more popular in the industry.

If you are interested in pricing at Bliss & Bone, printed invitations start at $257.50 for 25 A7 (5 x 7-inch), one-ply cards. Prices go up for premium features like letterpress and metallic foil. As for digital invites, those start at $1.20 for one to nine recipients, or $0.90 for 10 or more.

How to Build Online Winter Wedding Invitations

When you have chosen your favorite among the many winter wedding invitations ideas, it is time to learn how to build your invite. To help couples understand the step-by-step process, here is a list of what you need to do to craft your own, customized winter wedding invitation. 

Follow this guide and you can quickly and efficiently get started on those winter wedding invitations!

  1. Click on your chosen winter wedding invitation template. Once you have reviewed all of the winter wedding invitations, click on your favorite and then press the button that says, “Customize.” From there, you will be taken to the online builder.

  2. Edit the card background and texture. Your first choices to make are how the background (the space that looks like the “paper” on your card) and texture appear. You can choose between photos and print designs, and the preview to the right of your screen will change as you make these decisions. Test out a few options before committing to the best possible options for you. When you are happy with the result, click on the box below the first tab.

  3. Make adjustments to the invitations background and texture. After you have made changes to the “card” on your online invitation, you can also do the same for the background that is shown behind the card. Just like the previous step, you can test out different print designs and photos and swap out the texture styles as well. If you are ready to move on, click on the “A” tab.

  4. Adjust font, font spacing and font color. Next up, you have the opportunity to try out different stylings with the text. Choose from a variety of fonts, font colors and spacing and alignments. You can always leave the design as is, but if you are interested in totally customizing your winter wedding invitations, you are welcome to do so. All set? Click on the paintbrush icon next.

  5. Switch up the card effects and shadow overlays. For even more dimension and uniqueness, try adding a border or drop shadow in the “Card Effects” section. Or, you can also click “Shadow Overlays” to test out different looks there. Whether you want branches or some sort of greenery looming over your invitation, all of this is possible with the Bliss & Bone winter wedding invitations. To spark your creativity even further, head down to the section showing a square, circle and triangle.

  6. Add objects, illustrations or graphics. At this step, you can add, move or eliminate objects shown in the original design. There are so many winter-inspired options here, and they can quickly convey your theme. Pine cones, rocks, branches are more are all top choices for winter wedding invitations. If you want to go to the next step, click on the “&” tab.

  7. Bring in your own custom logo or monogram. While a logo is not required, couples absolutely love having the opportunity to further personalize their already-unique design. At Bliss & Bone, you can work with a designer to create the most authentic, beautiful signature logo. You can add it at this stage in the building process, and you can opt to use it on everything from your Save the Dates to cocktail napkins at your reception. If you want to create your own logo, you can also upload it in the final tab of the builder. When your design looks perfect, click “Next.”

  8. Edit the email guests will receive. Next, you will review the email details that will be sent over to your loved ones. You can personalize each email and include a private message, but the mandatory elements are the event start and end dates and times, the venue name and address and the hosts of the party. Once you are done with this, click “Next” to go to the Event Page.

  9. Make changes to the Event Page. The Event Page will feature the card you have just designed, and you can opt in to collecting digital RSVPs, collecting addresses (a great idea for those wanting to send out physical “Thank you” notes), add an interactive map and much more. From here, you can click “Next” to go to the Recipients section.

  10. Add your guests’ information. Now that you are almost ready to send out your winter wedding invitations, you need to verify all of your guests’ information. Double-check that everything is correct, and add in all of your recipients’ names and email addresses. As with printed wedding invitations, you can send one invitation per household.

  11. Submit your payment information and send. After adding your payment details, your winter wedding invitations are almost to your loved ones! Simply hit “Send” and they will appear in your family and friends’ inboxes in no time.

At this point in the process, you can head over to your account, where you will receive notices about RSVPs. You have a lot going on in the leadup to your wedding, so this is an easy method to collect guests’ responses. 

Get Started On Your Winter Wedding Invitations Now

If you have made it this far, you are more than prepared to create your own winter wedding invitations. After determining your budget limitations, aesthetic preferences and other ideas, you should review the options at Bliss & Bone and get started on your own project. If you run into any challenges, our team is here to help. Simply write to us online or send an email to hello@blissandbone.com, and we will assist you at the earliest convenience. We are so thrilled to help you create stationery for your special day.