20 Marbled Invitations Fit for a Modern Wedding
There's no denying it: Marbled prints are a major trend in the world of weddings. Often featured on cakes, escort cards, and big-day signs, marble patterns have made their way into a new element of the big day: stationery. When you think about it, it's pretty obvious why: the pattern lends itself well to something as versatile and personal as a wedding invitation, and the diverse design offers a modern, sophisticated feel that translates well onto paper. Best of all, it still eludes to that luxe vibe most couples want associated with their celebration. Whether you go bold with a dark grained look or design an invitation with a frosted finish, any marble suite is sure to impress. That's why opting for the natural stone pattern is a great way to set the tone for your wedding.
Marbled invitations can beautifully reflect so many big-day styles, too. The pattern's polished, white finish aligns with classic aesthetics; bohemian décor often features earthy stones, which makes the paper style a great fit for whimsical events, as well. However, you'll most often find marble (and marble invites!) at modern weddings—which makes sense, considering the medium's monochrome palette. This dark marbled stationery suite by Fête and Quill spoke to the contemporary event to come perfectly and also employed a colorful twist: The envelope was elevated by a subtle orange hue.
Another reason to love the marble wedding invitation trend? Like the actual stone, no two marbled suites are the same—these slight variations make for dynamic, unique paper goods, as evidenced by the statement-making invites ahead. After all, who wouldn't want to be able to say their wedding suite is one-of-a-kind? If that doesn't convince you to choose marble stationery, the following modern suites most certainly will.
The gray and navy marbling on this envelope insert tied these invitations by Design House of Moira together with their accompanying envelopes.
This Paperzest stationery offered a subtle take on this wedding trend—there was only a hint of marble in the envelope liner.
This suite by Sweet Pear Paper served as the inspiration for multiple other marbled design elements at the couple's chic wedding.
The light marbling throughout these Tied & Two invites allowed for the rose gold calligraphy to shine.
The copper accents on this marbled invite by Bliss & Bone proved that two contrasting natural finishes can complement one another in an elegant way.
This light gray suite by Nora Belle Designs displayed a darker, busier grain that gave the marble a more muted finish.
The foil-printed text on these Bliss & Bone invites complemented the marble-patterned vellum pockets they were tucked into.
To foreshadow their earthy, desert wedding to come, this couple sent out these Type & Title invites, which featured lavender and gray marbling that exuded a bohemian feel.
Nicnillas Ink used a black medallion seal to attach twine detailing to this white suite, which also featured a dark grained marble.
Simplistic and Classic
This simple, classic suite allowed for the realistic marbling to be on full display.
Rose Gold Accents
This modern suite by Elisa Anne Calligraphy featured white geometric shapes that popped over a dark grained, white marble print.
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