Free Online Resources To Create Your Wedding Invitations

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Weddings can be expensive so if there is a chance to DIY some aspects of your big day you should definitely take them.

There are so many online resources available to create bespoke invitations that suit your theme. The great thing about creating your invitations online is the level of customisation available, to suit your colour scheme and theme.

Here are 4 great resources that can help you create the perfect wedding invitation:

  1. Greetings Island

This site has a huge range of wedding invitations to fit a variety of styles. If you are going for something floral I would definitely check out this site as it has amazing floral designs. What’s great is that you can also get thank you notes and save the dates to match the invitation styles, to keep a theme between all your notices. The website is very interactive and simple to use. You can simply choose a design and edit it to the fonts and colours you would like. You can download your designs or automatically print them.


  1. Canva

If you work in any company that uses graphics for posters or social media you may already be aware of Canva but if not you should be. Canva provides templates for anything and everything. And yes you guessed it, that includes wedding invitations. Canva is very easy to use and once you create an account you can save your designs online so you can easily go back and edit them later. There’s a huge choice of really interesting and unique designs, to really make your invitations stand out from the crowd.


  1. Evite

This website is not as customisable as the others, so if you are looking for something quick and simple, this could be your go to. You simply choose a style and fill in the relevant fields with your information and this site creates your invitation for you. There is a range of designs and be sure to go through all the pages when choosing as the style of the designs varies a lot from page to page. The site offers some really simple and sleek, no fuss designs, which could be perfect for a paired back wedding. Evite also allows you to send your invitations out digitally and collect RSVP’s so this is perfect if you want paperless invitations with less hassle.


  1. Punchbowl

Punchbowl has a huge range of free designs online, it’s kind of half way between digital and actual invitations. As it allows you to completely design your invitation with your choice of font and colour. Even down to the style of the ‘envelope’ (looks like a real envelope but will be opened on screen) which it will be received in. You then have the option to text or email your invitations by importing your contacts or adding them manually. This resource is a great modern day alternative to traditional invitations.