Fine Art Wedding Invitation Ideas

Fine Art Wedding Invitation Ideas.

If you’re planning to throw a fine art-inspired wedding, you also need a fine art-inspired invitation! After all, your invite is the first impression your guests will have of your big day. Not only should it have all of the important information they need, but the design itself can speak volumes about the experience, too.

Fine art weddings are sophisticated affairs and nothing gets more sophisticated on an invitation than a wax seal. This couple created a unique monogram for their invitation suite and uses it throughout for a cohesive look. Simple white parchment and modern gray script round out this beautiful design.


This invitation suite oozes classic romance with its antique script and petite floral designs. The soft color palette and elegant script are idyllic for a fine art-inspired wedding.


Each piece of this invitation suite has its own look, while combining into a cohesive collection. Deckle edged parchment and gray envelopes bring forward a moody impression while unique script and a hand-drawn image add an artistic appeal.


A more polished and refined suite features a beautiful portrayal of the fabled fox and hare. Watercolor images and a leafy design on the envelope’s inner lining pair nicely with the golden script and gold wax stamp.


With ultra sophistication in mind, this timeless invitation suite features a light blue and rose gold color palette. Large plush flowers adorn the invitation and details card. The couple also included a gorgeous Paris map so guests are sure to know where they’re going for this special event.


Fine art wedding invitations should reflect the event you are planning and the experience you want for your guests. Use your wedding colors, location and flowers to help inspire your invitation suite and don’t be afraid to think a little outside the box, too. That’s what art is after all!

Credits from Top to Bottom: Click Away Photography | Oliver Fly Photography | Michael and Carina Photography | Emily Mayne Studio | Sophie Kaye Photography