Vintage is in vogue and it all starts with the invitations as they set the scene for your wedding to come. Whether your style is classic Victorian, sophisticated Art Deco, printed or home-made, we have the most gorgeous invitations, ideas and accessories to inspire you.
The Great Gatsby’s glamour, fun and feathers has brought the roaring twenties and Art Deco back to centre stage. Striking monochrome black and white wedding style with angular Art Deco lines and that famous 1920s font.
The sophisticated Hollywood glamour of the 1930s makes for a gorgeously feminine look to your wedding. These stylised Orchid Glamour invitations and matching stationery add a subtle splash of colour and a promise of things to come.
Characterised by its drama and grandeur often seen in bold flourishes and swirls, Baroque is an Italian style that began in 17th century Rome and is ideal for a large scale formal wedding though equally lovely for a smaller affair.
Ornate, romantic formal invitations with scrolling font or illustrated floral decoration are perfect for a classic vintage style wedding. The Victorians were very romantic and loved to observe etiquette so Victorian invitations were usually formal in their wording. Today, of course, anything goes
Plain and simple and with a vintage rustic charm in organic shades of oatmeal and charcoal, these authentic looking invitations could be from hundreds of years ago and lovely for anyone planning a vintage country style wedding.
If you’d rather make your own wedding invitations there is a broad range of card embellishments, personaliseable stickers and stamps and even traditional wax seals all available in the Confetti Shop. They add the finishing touches to your vintage wedding invitations in style.
Set the scene for a stylish celebration with pretty summer wedding invitations in contemporary laser-cut floral and lace or classic water colour styles. All with matching stationery for a coordinated look from the…
Kate Thompson is Confetti's features editor and wedding expert, and has worked in the wedding industry for 15 years. A widely published lifestyle writer, she has made BBC television and radio appearances discussing wedding trends in the UK.