Trending Now: Boxed Wedding Invitations
Envelopes work just fine for mailing wedding invitations. In fact, they can look absolutely beautiful. But that doesn't mean they're your only option. Some brides and grooms are opting to send out their nuptial stationery in boxes. Why? While they may be weightier (read: more expensive) than envelopes, boxes can make your suite look more unique. They can also help protect the paper goods you spent so much time selecting (and often custom-designing). What exactly do wedding invitation boxes look like? We've rounded up a few of our favorite examples to show you.
Just like invitations themselves, invitation boxes come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. That means you can definitely find a style that suits your celebration. Consider this La Happy suite, which was created for a modern and formal wedding. The simple dark boxes held gray cards decorated with gold foil. On the other end of the spectrum, we've seen bright green boxes filled with mismatched stationery for a whimsical and more casual wedding—you can see one ahead. Better yet, you can stuff the vessels with more than just invites. As you'll soon see, fillers add a whole other level of beauty and intrigue.
The following boxed wedding invitation ideas may range from elegant and classic to cool and totally creative, but they're all undeniably pretty in their own way—so pretty that your guests might want to hang onto the suites as keepsakes. Luckily, that'll be easy to do since they'll have a stylish box to store the paper goods in!
Modern Boxed Wedding Invitations
Fall Boxed Wedding Invitations
Wedding Invitations in Wooden Boxes
How's this for creative? Leather-bound books-turned-invitations featured the same blue-green hue as the wooden boxes they were sent in. The cohesive look surely made an impact on guests.
Rustic Boxed Wedding Invitations
For a cohesive look, Sweet Zion Paperie boxed white-and-brown invitations in white-and-brown boxes.
Wedding Invitations in Mailer Boxes
Mossy Boxed Wedding Invitations
Stuff your invitation boxes with something unique, like moss. That's what these Laurel & Marie Stationery & Calligraphy invites came packaged in.
Wedding Invitations in Black Boxes
Classic Boxed Wedding Invitations
These traditional Lehr & Black invites were mailed out in monogrammed white boxes. Each package came with a pretty sprig of lavender.
Floral Boxed Wedding Invitations
Here's another example of incredible destination-inspired invites. These ones were crafted by Momental Designs and featured Havana-themed floral boxes.
Wedding Invitations in Blue Boxes
We love the natural color scheme—blue, brown, and white—of these The Idea Emporium invitation boxes.
Boxed Wedding Save-the-Dates
Unique Boxed Wedding Invitations
These pop-up Paper & Poste invitations came in hexagonal boxes that, once opened, revealed paper flowers.
Wedding Invitations in Latched Boxes
These latched wooden boxes were filled with purple faux flowers plus invitations by Annie Muniz of Modern Chic & Shabby Events.
Geometric Boxed Wedding Invitations
Metallic Boxed Wedding Invitations
Colorful Boxed Wedding Invitations
Wedding Invitations in Folding Boxes
Beneath the folds of these boxes sat Paper Crew invitations on top of sequin-covered fabric.
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