Beautiful Traditional Wedding Invitations

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Princess for a Day

    The classic styling of Versailles Palace is brought to life through this invitation. A black design, reminiscent of the palace's elegant scrollwork, makes a strong presence on the white invitation. Pink script at the top lets your guests know whose day it is.

    Posh Betty; Versailles; www.poshbetty.com; 100 sets (invitations, RSVP cards, envelopes, and vellum) for $350.

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Bridal Bling

    Wow your guests with this impressive invitation from Embellishments. The dupioni silk gatefold invitation is wrapped with a ribbon and secured with a rhinestone clasp. We love the texture of the material and the fun pink color.

    Embellishments; Bling; www.embellishsp.com; price available upon request.

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Window on the World

    The ever-popular green makes its mark on this invitation. The unique pocket invitation has a window cutout, the perfect place for a monogram. A pretty ribbon ties off the invitation.

    Invitation Consultants; Green Apple Delight; www.invitationconsultants.com; 100 invitations for $219.06.

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By the Sea

    Take a classic element and add a tropical twist. Delicate lace pairs with a Caribbean Sea aqua in this engraved invitation from Louella Press. The crisp white cardstock complements the romantic design. Customize the color palette to match your wedding.

    Louella Press; Caribbean Lace; www.louellapress.com; 100 sets (invitation, response card, and two color envelopes) for $3,250.

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Roses are Red

    Romance is in the air with this rose-themed invitation. The letterpress invitation has a rich texture and finish, but maintains an air of whimsy. Make it your own by choosing paper and ink colors to match your wedding scheme.

    Sweet Peony Press; Rose Bouquet; www.sweetpeonypress.com; 100 invitations, envelopes, response card, and return envelope for $1,725.

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Deeply in Love

    A dark invitation isn't dreary, it's alluring. The rich, luxurious mocha brown invitation has a sense of elegance and mystery. The gold leaf design at the bottom adds just the right touch of color.

    Invitation Consultants; Mocha Dream; www.invitationconsultants.com; 100 invitations for $177.21.

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Blossoms in Bloom

    Cherry blossom branches make a graceful appearance on this elegant and simple invitation. The letterpress invitation can be printed in six different colors. For an extra dose of style, pick two different colors.

    Wedding Paper Divas; Cherry Blossoms; www.weddingpaperdivas.com; 100 one-color invitations for $408; 100 two-color invitations for $533.

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Classic Beauty

    Timeless invitations, like this one, are always in style. The white embossed design is the mark of a classic invitation. Plus the rose motif is a romantic touch that will transcend time.

    American Wedlock; Rose and Pearl Border Invitation; www.americanwedlock.com; 100 invitations for $165.

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New York, New York

    This letterpress invitation was inspired by Art Nouveau gardens and also reflected the wedding's venue -- Tavern on the Green in New York City. The elegant and detailed floral designs of the classic Art Nouveau look are paired with a bold and modern color scheme.

    Ceci New York; Michelle and Daniel; www.cecinewyork.com; 100 sets (invitation, belly band, response card, and envelopes) for $4,200.

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For all Eternity

    A white gatefold invitation is wrapped in breathtaking Italian pearled lace. The white-on-white design is elegant and timeless. To complete the invitation, a Swarovski crystal pendant embellishes the front -- a keepsake for your guests.

    Embellishments; Eternity; www.embellishsp.com; price available upon request.

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Together Forever

    Set the scene for your wedding day with this Z-fold invitation from Now and Forever. The simple black and white invitation depicts a couple walking together, the perfect image for a wedding.

    Now and Forever; Side by Side; www.nowandforever.com; 100 invitations for $98.90.

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Twist and Shout

    Less is more in the design of this invitation from Louella Press. A copper curlicue engraved design embellishes creamy white paper. The twisting design appears in varying forms on the response and details cards, making each piece unique.

    Louella Press; Copper Twist; www.louellapress.com; 100 four-piece sets (invitation, response card, and two envelopes) for $3,650; 100 five piece sets (including belly band) for $4,715.

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Here's to the Bride and Groom

    This invitation lets everyone know whose day it is. The two-point fold design is topped off with the happy couple's monogram. The bride and groom's names peek out from the white center part of the invitation.

    I Do Bliss; Good Fortune; www.idobliss.com; 100 invitations for $550.

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Proud as a Peacock

    Strut your wedding invitation on this letterpress invitation from Hello Lucky. Wispy peacock feathers peek out from the corners, adding visual interest to a creamy white invitation. You can also have the invitations printed on different papers to give it another look.

    Hello Lucky; Antoinette; www.hellolucky.com; 100 two-color invitations for $835.

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Water Scene

    Black and white photography has a striking effect as artwork, and equally so on wedding invitations. A photo of a water lily is the focus of this invitation from Now and Forever. The rest of the elements are simple, as not to distract from the photograph.

    Now and Forever; Water Lily Love; www.now-and-forever.com; 100 invitations for $170.90.

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Edged with Elegance

    Die-cut edges dress up this invitation. The border encircling the bride and groom's names mimics the cut edge for a consistent look. A floral pattern around the circle's edge adds the final touch of elegance.

    Invitation Consultants; Victoria's Stroll; www.invitationconsultants.com; 100 invitations for $93.51.

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Feather in Your Cap

    The feathery design of this invitation reminds us of antique brocade fabric. We love that the elegant engraved invitation can be designed to your color specifications.

    Louella Press; Plume; www.louellapress.com; 100 sets (invitation, response card, and two envelopes) for $4,170.

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Blushing Bride

    Capture the romance of your special day with this invitation from Embellishments. A blush pocket invitation is wrapped in a pink ribbon and adorned with an old-fashioned brooch and ostrich feather.

    Embellishments; Bling; www.embellishsp.com; price available upon request.

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Love Unfolding

    Shimmer paper is folded into this unique four-point petal design. On the outside, a quote reflects the joy of your day (choose from a selection of quotes). Unwrap the ribbon and unfold the petals to reveal the invitation itself. Other colors are available.

    I Do Bliss; Red Moments; www.idobliss.com; 100 invitations and response card for $600.

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Garden Grace

    A graceful garden motif printing on this invitation's background is an appreciation for classic elegance. While the sage green color is ideal for spring, you can choose from 18 colors to match your wedding's scheme.

    Papeterie; Garden; www.papeteriestore.com; 100 sets (invitation, response card, and envelopes) for $325.

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Old-Fashioned Romance

    With a nod to past design, these invitations will capture your present romance. A design of elegant flowers encircles the bride and groom's initials. We love that the motif is carried through onto the response cards, thank-you card, and more. Choose one of the six different colors or opt for a two-color design.

    Wedding Paper Divas; Romantic Rosette; www.weddingpaperdivas.com; 100 one-color invitations for $408; 100 two-color invitations for $533.

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Back in Black

    Black makes an elegant statement when paired with this classic floral design. A band of stylized flowers bands the top of the invitation, leaving plenty of room for all your wedding details. The invitation can also be printed on Dark Gray or Rich Red paper.

    Wedding Paper Divas; Bold Floral; www.weddingpaperdivas.com; 100 invitations for $164.

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Jewel-Toned Elegance

    An interwoven paisley design gives this invitation an embroidered look. We love the detail and intricacy of the design and the beautiful colors. The invitation also comes in twilight (dark purple).

    Wedding Paper Divas; Woven Paisley; www.weddingpaperdivas.com; 100 invitations for $164.

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A Bold Classic

    Black and white is a timeless color pairing. Stir in a touch of apple green and you have a classic design with a modern touch. The color combination of this invitation caught our eye. We also love the classic damask design. The invitation comes in five different colors, and coordinating pieces are available.

    Wedding Paper Divas; Banded Damask; www.weddingpaperdivas.com; 100 invitations for $164.

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Swirling Shadow

    A two-tone swirl design dances across this invitation. We love the subtle blue "shadow" and the bold brown design in the foreground. The blue border adds a classic touch. Coordinate different colors to match your wedding's personality.

    Papeterie; Swirls; www.papeteriestore.com; 100 sets (invitation, response card, and envelopes) for $275.

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Black, White and Color

    Capture the romance of the country French style with these toile invitations. The black and white design complements the solid color block and leaves plenty of room for all your wedding details. Choose from seven different colors.

    Wedding Paper Divas; Modern Toile; www.weddingpaperdivas.com; 100 invitations for $164.

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