8 Wedding Invitation Trends for 2020 Nuptials

8 Wedding Invitation Trends for 2020 Nuptials

Your wedding invitation is one of the first things your guests see on your wedding day.The main purpose of a wedding invitation is to outline exactly when and where you will be married, but it should also hint at your wedding aesthetic and reflect your day-to-day personality.If you’re recently engaged, knowing the latest trends in wedding invitations is a great way to find out what you like or don’t like.

For those who have already got their 2020 weddings on brain,this post is right  for you. The wedding invitations in 2020 will be simple, natural, creative and playful, from easy DIY calligraphy invites to playful watercolor styles. What are you waiting for? Read on for more unique wedding inspiration.


This is going to be a great year for simple greenery weddings, and illustrated green leaves invites is expected to become a huge trend.


From soft-washed cakes to dipped invitations, watercolor wedding ideas of all kinds have been popping up and grabbing our attention. 

Fancy Calligraphy Fonts

2020 is tending to be a year for personality and creations.Many Easy DIY  invitations like illustrated, watercolor and simple calligraphy styles are all the range this year.

Minimalist Designs

A huge trend in 2020 is calligraphy scripts, and there is nothing shows off Calligraphy better than minimalist designs, which focus more attention on the letters and words, rather than distracting images or colors.


Floral especially the giant floral designs on wedding invitations will be highly welcomed , awesome for boho and vintage theme weddings.

Gold , Silver, Bronze Foil Invites

Metallic trends in 2020 will appear on wedding invitations with Luxurious metallic touches such as foil pressed calligraphy, borders, polka dots, flourishes, or an envelope liner.

Tropical Palm Leaves

I’m falling in love with the tropical foliage trend.

Rustic Tags

For those couples having a rustic themed wedding, using wooden tags ,lace band and burlap to tie up your cards will be the first choice.

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