29 Paperless Engagement Party Invitations
Go digital when planning your first pre-wedding celebration.
We don't suggest going digital when it comes to your wedding invitation suite, but we're all for paperless options for the engagement party (or other pre-wedding events!). The reason? This particular pre-wedding celebration is often impromptu and unplanned, which means the hosts (likely your parents!) won't have time to send out official paper invitations. Going digital also has its benefits. Not only will you save money (so many are free or low-cost!), but you'll also have a much easier time keeping track of the guest list and RSVPs. And hey, we haven't even gotten to the environmental benefits yet!
So why don't we advise using email invites for more formal events, like the rehearsal dinner and the actual wedding day, but do for this pre-wedding event? Believe us, you'll want those wedding-day paper goods as keepsakes years down the road. Digital e-vites just don't have that type of longevity! But as you're planning your first pre-nuptial event, you'll understand why paperless invites work so well here. Mailing out formalized, hand-calligraphed cards to ask guests to join you for a backyard BBQ or a beach gathering will feel a little off-theme.
Here, you'll find a round-up of our favorite engagement party e-vites currently available. From confetti-covered offerings to bold floral patterns and sleek and minimal designs, there's a paperless invite here for any type of couple, regardless of their personal style. Whether you plan on toasting the engaged duo in the backyard, at a formal banquet hall, or in a romantic garden, we've found a paperless option that'll work for the event you've envisioned. Click through to discover all of these creations that are just a click and an email away.
Nothing says "Let's celebrate!" like a post-engagement brunch with your closest friends and family—and unlimited chicken and waffles, of course. This breakfast-themed digital invite sums up the sentiment, exactly.
Greenvelope "Waffley Wedded" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, greenvelope.com
A Girl's Best Friend
She'll tell you that her best friend is her spouse-to-be, but she's pretty fond of her new engagement ring, too. Pay homage to her favorite new accessory with a classic Marilyn Monroe-inspired invite, complete with an "illustrated" design.
Mr. Boddington's Studio "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, paperlesspost.com
Minimalist and simple, this black-and-white e-note would be perfect for any contemporary couple. The best part? It's also completely free.
Smudge Design "Sketched Foliage" Invite, minted.com
This ring-centric e-vite comes with a navy blue and starfish-embellished envelope liner, which brings subtle nautical vibes to the virtual opening experience.
Evite "Beach Ring" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, evite.com
Planning a summer engagement party? Send out a digital invite rimmed in azaleas (they're in-bloom during warmer months!). For continuity, pop a few vases filled with the pretty pink blooms on tables at the actual event.
John Derian "Azalea Frame" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, paperlesspost.com
Designed in the shape of a family coat of arms, this contemporary floral note is fitting for a garden party.
Signature Greevelope "Heraldry Blooms Invitation," price dependent on quantity, greenvelope.com
Love's the reason you're all gathering in the first place, so why not spell it out on the invitation?
Peony Papeterie "Colorful Love" Invitation, minted.com
Geometric black-and-white stripes bring a mod look to these square-shaped cards. Invitees will be delighted, though, when they see the contrasting floral envelope liner (it's decorated with pink and white anemones!).
Evite "Love Blooms" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, evite.com
This cheeky invitation, designed with Queen Bey's iconic "Single Ladies" music video in mind, rewrites the lyrics appropriately for the occasion.
Paperless Post "Put a Ring, Square" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, paperlesspost.com
A wash of blush pink is the only pop of color on this clean invitation, complete with a pretty laurel and calligraphy-inspired text.
Susan Brown "Tiny Hearts" Invitation, minted.com
This tangerine invite, accentuated with hand-designed palm leaves, practically demands an ocean-side fête. Follow suit and plan a day on the beach with the couple-of-the-hour's loved ones.
Claudia Owen "Palm Leaves" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, greenvelope.com
A colorful peony, daises, and berries dress up this sweet note with plenty of swirly script.
Alethea and Ruth "Festive Florals" Invitation, minted.com
This prettily colored e-vite gets their "something blue" out of the way early into the wedding planning process.
Evite "She Said Yes" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, evite.com
Invite guests to an October engagement party with this note, which features a black background lined with plenty of late-summer blooms—hello, sunflowers—in autumnal color palette.
Putnam & Putnam "Vendémiaire" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, paperlesspost.com
If the newly-engaged couple's proposal happened at the beach, a sea-shell adorned e-vite is an appropriate way to kick off the festivities.
Punchbowl "Seashell" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, punchbowl.com
Pop the Champagne
Send guests an invitation that describes exactly what you'll be doing come party time.
Claudia Owen "Pop the Champagne" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, greenvelope.com
Confetti is practically synonymous with celebration, which makes this (free!) note particularly appropriate for an engagement party.
Punchbowl "Golden Day" Invitation, punchbowl.com
We're partial to the blush and gold squares on this subtle invite, but silver and gold and plain gold colorways are also available.
Kelly Wearstler "Symmetry" Invitation in "Ivory/Pink," price dependent on quantity, paperlesspost.com
The best party about this bold, floral invite? The blocky ampersand, wrapped in blooms, that aptly joins the couple's names.
Signature Greenvelope "Bold Botanical" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, greenvelope.com
Fun, youthful, and undeniably celebratory, this invite's fun polka dot print is only the foundation of this multi-feature invite. Finishing it off with a fun photo of the soon-to-be-newlyweds for an added personal touch.
Punchbowl "He Asked She Said Yes Photo" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, punchbowl.com
String Lights Paperless Invitation
String lights are a huge trend in weddings right now, so why not incorporate them into your engagement party invitation?
Evite "String Lights" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, evite.com
Something Blue Paperless Invitation
The turquoise blue typeface on this paperless invitation from Evite is so eye-catching. Guests won't be able to miss it.
Evite "Something Blue" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, evite.com
Perfect Match Paperless Invitation
We're suckers for a good play on words, and we love the simplicity of this adorable invitation.
Pingg "Perfect Match" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, pingg.com
Confetti Paperless Invitation
Let your guests know it's time to party with this confetti-covered invitation. We love the muted colors and simple typeface.
Kelly Wearstler "Fetiluxe" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, paperlesspost.com
Watercolor Paperless Invitation
Watercolors are seriously in right now, and we love the white script against the purple watercolor "spill" on this pretty invitation.
Pingg Orchid Watercolor Invitation, price dependent on quantity, pingg.com
Floral Paperless Invitation
Floral illustration are so popular, and the coral and white typeface stand out against the chalkboard-esque background.
Petra Kern "Hanging Gardens" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, greenvelope.com
Succulents Paperless Invitation
If you know the couple is dreaming of a tropical destination wedding, play that vibe up from the very beginning, starting with their engagement party invitations.
Punchbowl "Succulents" Invitation, price dependent on quantity, punchbowl.com