Finding Your Wedding Invitation Style

Did you know that florals, laurels and gardens are trending in the wedding industry? Our designers did the research for you and chose precise fonts and accents to make gorgeous stationery. With these beautiful stamps DIY brides everywhere now have more planning options.

Simply Stamps makes wedding stationery stamps that are perfect for customizing with all the details for your extraordinary occasion. We now have matching stamp styles for your Wedding Invitation, RSVP and Save the Date cards.

Why Brides Love DIY Wedding Stamps

Do you like to put your stamp on things? To give all your projects that exact sense of style that perfectly represents your aesthetic? Some DIYers want to design every aspect of their wedding on their own. Instead of paying someone to figure it out, they prefer putting in the time on their own.

They tackle each bit of planning with creativity and determination. But while they may enjoy picking out the color of stationery and handwriting addresses, writing the details on each individual invitation can become time-consuming. Eventually, your handwriting may start to falter. Using stamps to make wedding stationery can save time, help avoid sloppy invitations and save money.

Wedding invitations alone can cost hundreds of dollars –without even including the envelope, RSVPs or other add-ons. When you have invitations custom made, designed and printed, it’s easy to quickly use a good chunk of your budget. However, you can customize wedding invitations at Simply Stamps without blowing your budget. When you purchase a stamp and paper on your own, you can dedicate your savings to those other wedding expenses that will make the day of memorable.

2. Photo by: David Alan Graham Photography
3. Photo by: PB&J Studios

What’s Your Wedding Invitation Style?

An Ornate Affair 

This wedding stationery stamp features elegant and simple border details. The ornate font gives a luxurious feel that eloquently sets the stage for the grand event that will follow. If you have a cathedral length veil in mind, this might be you.

This style can fit the classic bride, a woman who imagines herself in pearls and miles of silk when she comes down the aisle. If you’re planning a traditional ceremony with a ballroom reception full of rose gold accents, this stamp was made for you.

These matching stamp sets give a uniform look to your wedding stationery. You can order 4 stamps in the same style or mix it up and order a la carte, based on your preferences.

To help you choose from our formal stamp sets, here are two more styles with the corresponding wedding themes.

A Whimsical Wedding 

Request your guests attend an enchanting night out using whimsical invitations with significant details framed by a partial wreath. The playful fonts and dainty garland will give whimsy to the dreamland scene you will elaborately prepare. If you plan to wear a birdcage veil and fill the room with vintage charm, this could be your wedding style.

Perhaps your magical night will take place in a brewery warehouse, modern restaurant patio, or barefoot beach ceremony. Are you adding cute details to every reception table that tells a little bit about your personality or love story? You could be a whimsical bride.

The simplicity of this design makes it a versatile choice for the Boho bride, one who will truly embody an urban wedding princess.

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The Laurel Bride

For the girl that loves wildflowers and rustic details. Invite guests to your nuptials with a trendy stamp design with lettering that rests above a laurel branch border. Enjoy the cursive details and crisp text that blend together to set the scene for a romantic, nature-inspired outdoor ceremony.

Will you be decorating with wisps of baby’s breath and lace? This stationery is fitting for a contemporary bride planning a garden wedding, evening under a vineyard canopy or a reception at a lakeside pavilion.

Finding Blank Stationery

Once you’ve chosen your wedding colors, find paper that goes with the aesthetic. It might be white or eggshell paper in a vibrant envelope. You may want to include delicate details like tissue overlays or textured paper. You can also add envelope liners or keep it simple. Finding your cards and envelopes on Amazon is a great hack for ordering affordable blank stationery.

Sizes of stamps are designed to fit well on standard invitation suite sizes, so you can buy precut cards and envelope sets. Find stationery cards in the following sizes: for Save the Dates, 4” x 6”, for Wedding Invitations, 5” x 7”, and for RSVP Cards, 3.5” x 5”.

Before ordering your stamp, you will want to have your venue and ceremony time planned. Here are the details each different type of wedding stamp will include:

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Wedding Invitations:

  • Top and bottom names
  • Day, date, month, and year of wedding
  • Time of ceremony
  • Wedding location, including city and state
  • Post-wedding event location


  • Space for guest names
  • Accepts or Regrets check boxes
  • Please Respond By with Custom Date box

Save the Dates:

  • Two custom first and last names
  • Wedding date
  • City and state

While the formal matching set Save the Dates include the city and state, Simply Stamps also offers playful designs with only the name and date, as well as stamps featuring only the phrase “Save the Date” in many font choices. You can also browse other fun wedding stamps designed for planning the bridal shower, sending custom Thank You’s and addressing RSVP cards.

Two Final Wedding Tips for Every Bride-To-Be

Remember, your Save the Dates set the first impression. These are the first sneak peek your future wedding guests will have into the theme you chose for tying the knot.  You can clue guests in as to whether it will be a feast, garden gala, formal affair, sophisticated ceremony, or dance party. Make it count!

Always double check the details on everything you send out. Messing up just one small part can mean a lot of chaos, setting the record straight, and resending invitations. Save yourself the hassle before it’s too late. Confirm the date, time, address, names and location before you customize invitations!


  1. Top Imagery by Regina Hyman Photography & Cinema –
  2. Imagery by David Alan Graham Photography –
  3. Imagery by PB&J Studios –
  4. Imagery by Bow Tie Photo & Video –

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