A roundup of all our favorite blue wedding invitations! Blue has been the most popular color we’ve seen for weddings in the past year, and it’s no wonder why it’s so beloved. With a ton of different shades of blue to pick from, there’s navy blue, Tiffany blue, royal blue, and of course dusty blue (the most coveted wedding color of 2021).
The color blue symbolizes health, serenity, wisdom, and stability. It’s almost a neutral in that a lot of other colors play well with blue wedding invites. You’ll see gorgeous navy and gold invites, blue and blush invitations, and so many beautiful dusty blue shades too!
If you’re on a budget, the best way to shop is to try our Semi-Custom Collection Suites! There are a ton to choose from and they start at only $5 apiece for a 4-piece invitation suite. Let’s explore the best blue wedding invitation offers.
With a gorgeous dusty blue watercolor crest, this suite is a Southern classic! It features hints of blush and green in addition to the dusty blue text and monogram. I love this handwritten font (maybe I’m biased, though, because I made it!) that gives this suite a truly unique feel. Crest colors, flower colors, and text colors can be changed to fit your custom palette!
I recommend a blush or dusty blue envelope for this Watercolor Crest Invitation suite from our wide range of envelope color options (all included with each suite).
We call this invitation suite our Marble Ice suite, because it’s got subtle hints of dusty blue with gray, white, and other neutral tones. This wedding invite is made for the romantic modern wedding. It’s simple with a beautiful modern calligraphy script font and can be paired with vellum for a really unique feel. Some clients like to use gold foil stamping for the main invitation text to add a little glam!
I love this suite with our “powder blue” envelope color.
If you want a little more glam – here’s another suite that’s blue and gold with some marble elements too. I love the font layout here, with the names feeling more bold and then some soft touches of calligraphy. This has been one of our most popular suites in the past (contact us directly for this one and reference the blue and gold marble invitation!).
This invitation features a china pattern, and some yellow geometric accents. It combines a soft, antique feel with modern, sharper elements for a really lovely contrast (and if you don’t like yellow, we’ve also made this suite in blue and sage green, blue and gray, and blue and blush! The yellow can be substituted for any color!).
This suite looks stellar with a navy blue envelope, dusty blue, cool powder blue, or a pop of another color!
Depending on how you look at it, this Adventure Awaits blue mountains invitation can feature mountains or waves – but either way it’s the sign of a great adventure yet to come in your marriage! All 3 layers of this suite design can be customized for the perfect color palette. I love this navy blue and peach combination though.
I recommend a navy blue envelope with this suite, but we could alter the colors to fit your wedding vision!
Talk about old world elegance! This navy blue Spanish tile pattern is so romantic and fun! We paired it with our most embellished font, because it needed that kick! This invitation suite is right at home with a Southern California wedding, Palm Springs wedding, or any venue with some Spanish influence. Plus, you’ll have to have a margarita with it.
What envelope color is best? I can’t get over the navy blue envelopes with this one! White ink printing is always an option to help save your hand some addressing trouble (read this Blog Post for some Envelope Addressing Etiquette Tips).
This blue watercolor invitation is soft and sweet. It’s got a casual, fun script font and a subtle watercolor wash. It originally comes in a combination of dusty blue and blush, but you can change the colors of the watercolor washes as needed to match your wedding color palette. I recommend choosing an envelope to match the watercolor washes too!
Two very unique and different invitation suites fall under this category!
The first is very retro, almost nineties-inspired wedding invitations. The pink and blue artwork is accompanied with unique shapes and a really playful script font. How much fun would these blue and blush invitations be to get in the mail?
Our second abstract blue wedding invite is a more Southwestern vibe. This has been a really popular style this year, and you can update the colors in this suite to match your wedding colors. As-is, this suite comes in navy blue, turquoise, terra cotta, and yellow ochre. The shapes are both bold and natural, mimicking suns and moons. The envelope liner symbolizes a new beginning that comes with a sunrise or sunset. It’s symbolic and beautiful!
I highly recommend a navy blue or dusty blue envelope for this wedding invitation suite!
Not seeing “the one”? We can always customize a wedding invitation for you, or use some past custom designs as a framework for your wedding invites! Here are a few of our favorite custom wedding invites in all shades of blue!
This wedding took place at a winery in France, and was full of beautiful, intimate details starting with these green and dusty blue invitations. I created a custom watercolor of their venue landscape as well as a vellum wrap with a watercolor painting of their ceremony location. These beautiful gates opened up into the vineyard. We sealed the invitations with a gold wax seal and gold twine.
Plus, get a load of these curated vintage stamps! Each one meant something special to the couple from their nicknames for each other to their first date location! PS: This is our dusty blue envelope color in action.
I am not lying when I say I literally dreamed up this invitation design one night! I presented it to another couple, but it wasn’t right for them. When this client reached out, I knew this was the suite for them.
The dusty blue alcohol ink design covered the main invitation, with a copper foil stamp for all the text. Then, this blue-green watercolor greenery was printed on the back of their details card, which was die-cut to fit perfectly within the geometric shape on the invitations. Sealed with a burgundy velvet ribbon and copper wax seal, this suite was a copper, green, blue and burgundy wedding invitation masterpiece! It just miiiight be my favorite suite ever created!
This has been my most-liked invitation set over the past couple years! The letterpress printing gives such a luxurious feel (did you know you can use letterpress printing on any of the suites we’ve already talked about? Just email us to chat about it!).
The Spanish shapes on their ceremony cathedral in San Diego inspired the shapes for the details card. Plus, an olive branch monogram was the perfect addition, and a watercolor envelope liner to top it all off.
This client came to me wanting bougainvillea, lemons, and blue tiles – my 3 favorite things! We combined fun, bright watercolor elements with a playful calligraphy font for the perfect Mediterranean wedding invitations.
This wedding took place at such a gorgeous venue – The Pelican Hill Resort – and featured tons of hot pink, fuchsia, teal, and yellow wedding elements!
This bright blue envelope is our Turquoise option! We don’t get to use it a lot, but I love it!
Soft dusty blue is necessary for a Lake Tahoe wedding! This client wanted blue and gold foil stamping galore! I love how their gold foil stamped invitation map turned out (check this Blog Post for wedding invitation map tips).
I added hand leafing to some of the pieces of this suite to tie the gold elements together, and there were dusty blue soft watercolor swashes in the background as well as our powder blue envelopes.
Last, but definitely not least! You’ve seen a lot of Spanish tile patterns throughout this list, which is no surprise as their some of our favorite blue wedding elements! Lots of venues in San Diego (where my business started) feature those hand-painted navy and royal blue tiles so we have to incorporate them into wedding invitations wherever possible.
For this wedding in Ojai, I painted a lot of watercolor tiles, and used a pattern of a few in different areas. These tiles went on to become a custom wedding dancefloor, which was a new experience for me and so much fun! The guests loved dancing on this custom painted dancefloor that matched the invitations.
This suite featured gold foil stamping, a square wax seal, and a vellum wrap for a modern edge.
What do you think? Did you find a perfect blue wedding invitation for you and your sweetheart? I hope you’ll contact us for more information on the blue invitations you saw here!
While you’re here – grab some more information for your wedding invitation planning via our free YouTube videos:
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