25 of the Prettiest Green Wedding Invitations
There are several key elements you'll want to include on your wedding invitations, including the date, the time, and the place. While these aspects constitute the must-have elements of an invitation suite, it's important to remember that your stationery's purprose isn't just utilitarian—it also provides a great opportunity to showcase your future wedding's theme and color scheme. If your big day involves the color green, for example, you'll want to include the shade in your set. Need ideas for how to do so? Just look to the following green wedding invitations, which might inspire you to include the classic shade in your big-day color palette if you aren't already.
One of the things we love most about this color—and how it translates onto stationery—is how it can easily be incorporated into any event, whatever the season. With the hue's varying shades, it never looks out of place. For a fall or winter wedding, we're partial to a dark forest-green suite. Planning a springtime event? A seafoam or mint variation is a perfect pastel nod to the season. Case in point: This springtime set by Emily Rose Ink, who used light green throughout each piece of the suite.
Whatever your wedding's theme, venue, or seasonality, chances are you'll find a shade of green that will appeal to you. Ahead, we've rounded up our favorite green stationery iterations, all of which use the shade in creative and unexpected ways. From watercolor illustrations of verdant leaves to dark green calligraphy and accents, the hue can offer your suite so much more than you'd think. Click through to see tons of colorful wedding stationery inspiration here.
Rose Gold Additions
Pop of Green
Green provided a small pop of color to this otherwise black-and-white suite by Mountain Paper.
Pink and Green
A dark green envelope highlighted calligraphy in the same color in this Paper Refinery suite. The hue was also used in the custom crest on the envelope's flap.
Tracy Subisak worked this couple's love of the outdoors into their invitations in the cutest way. We're loving the artist's custom illustrations on every element of this suite.
This couple's mountain venue called for earth tones like olive green and brown, which were incorporated into this Cotton Paperie suite. Natural touches, like antlers, were used in the custom crest as a nod to the location.
Subtle seafoam green still made an impact on every aspect of this suite by The Vintage Inkwell.
Letters & Dust incorporated multiple textures and shades of green to create this dramatic stationery set.
Appleberry Press used not one, but two emerald envelopes to house this vintage suite's contents.
Each invitation in this Amber Moon Design suite came with two vibrant, life-like green leaves that contained the itinerary and wedding date.
Alli K Design dressed up a single sheet of emerald green paper with gold calligraphy and wildflower illustrations.
For your beach or tropical destination wedding, ask your stationer to incorporate green in the form of watercolor leaves like Beacon Lane did with this exotic suite.
Julie Song Ink was inspired by the gardens and lemon groves at this wedding's location when creating this suite of floral motifs and fruit cutouts.
Happy Menocal (the bride's company) created these custom invitations with the couple's crest, leaves, and calligraphy.
Fourteen-Forty paid homage to this couple's themed event by using an earthy color palette that was reminiscent of the bride's sleepaway camp.
Inspired by the bride's parents' estate—where this wedding was held!—Lettered Olive worked the same olive green from the envelope into a drawing of the venue.
Border of Greenery
The border of greenery (and matching envelope insert!) in this Perfect Love stationery made it perfect for a spring wedding. A thin green ribbon completed the seasonal look.
Tropical foliage covered each piece of this Malibu wedding's modern stationery by Tiny Prints.
Dark Green Ink
Rather than opting for traditional black calligraphy, Wylie West Creative worked with dark green ink that coordinated with the other green elements in this suite.
Copper and Green
This nesting save-the-date by Cheree Berry Paper consisted of four separate pieces. We love how the green envelope referenced the shade used in the watercolor painting.