There’s nothing that screams luxury like a 1920s-themed wedding. Combine dazzling metallic finishes, sleek Art Deco shapes and fabulous textures for a glamorous Gatsby-style celebration.
When it comes to planning your wedding stationery, you want to ensure your stationery perfectly captures the style of your day – with your wedding invitations giving your guests the first hint of what’s to come!
Take a look at some of our favourite 1920s-style stationery for some seriously sophisticated inspiration. Then work out how to word your invites with our ultimate guide.
At Hitched HQ, we simply adore Papier‘s gorgeous wedding stationery and they have some beautiful 1920s designs. We love these pretty gold scallop invitations. White and gold work so well together for an elegant and romantic look.
Art Deco Fan
If you’re going for a full Art Deco style, consider these gorgeous deco fan invitations, also from Papier, for a grown-up glamorous look. All the text can be customised so you can make it super personal!
Another of Papier‘s designs, we love these chic monochrome invites with a 1920s print boarder – they’re perfect for couples planning a black-tie wedding.
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Green and Gold
1920s invites can be a little limiting with colour, favouring monochrome and metallic shades. These deco pillar invites from Papier look amazing in a striking green colour.
Black and Gold
The Harlow Collection from Emma Jo Stationery consists of these gorgeous gold and black invitations. So stylish and super chic!
Red Line Studio’s Great Gatsby wedding stationery has ornate boarders combines with simpler bold fonts. This stationery is a printable wedding invite, so you will need to print them at home or source a printing company.
Make a real performance of your 1920s wedding day with these fun ticket invites from Two For Joy. The wording can be changed so you can recreate any type of tickets, from a train or flight ticket to a concert, play or festival.
Prepare your guests for a night of dancing, with these super romantic invites from Brown Paper Moon, which were inspired by the original sheet music cover from the iconic Charleston.
Ruby Ravens specialises in unique, creative designs – we love this pretty Great Gatsby inspired design, with magical string lights and swirly fonts.
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White and Gold
These bold invites are part of a printable wedding kit from Empapers – you can also get other items in the same design including save the dates, menus and thank you cards.
If you are having a city wedding, how about having these enchanting City Skyline wedding invites from Hip Hip Horray Studio, which perfectly capture the romance and adventure of the 1920s.
Emily Rollings’ Art Deco save the dates are a simple but glamorous choice. The wording can be fully customised and they are available in a range of colours.
White and Gold
We love the bold font on these invites from Sincerely May. You can choose the wording you would like, as well as the colour. We think these would look amazing with a navy blue background colour.
How gorgeous are these foil invites from Skinny Malink. We love the combination of art deco style prints and romantic swirly writing – the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary.
Project Pretty’s Estelle wedding menu cards would work perfectly for a black tie celebration and manage to perfectly capture understated sophistication.
Deco wedding stationery from Elinor Rose Stationery has fun fonts and fabulous corner flourishes.
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Pastels and Gold
There is no better match made in colour heaven than pastels and gold and the Long Island by Pingle Pie manages to perfectly combine the two in their beautiful range.
These unusual tag invites from Eagle Eyed Bride are from the Decodence Luxe invitation set. With creative prints, ornate designs and pretty ribbon detail, these invites come in a range of colour combinations – all so beautiful, you’ll find it hard to choose.
Zazzle offer an extensive range of wedding invitations in lots of great styles, including this super glam Art Deco Golden Stationery. These invites have been created for an anniversary celebration but the text can be amended for a wedding invitation!
Black and Bronze
Zazzle have combined a geometric black and bronze background with simple text to create this elegant and stylish invitation.
We are obsessed with pink right now and we love the idea of incorporating some pink to make your 1920s stationery a bit more current. This is another of Zazzle’s designs.
Simple Art Deco
The 1920s style can be very ornate, with plenty of detail but we love the simplicity of these Art Deco gold and white invitation’s from Zazzle
If you are sending return envelopes with your invites, an address stamp will save you a lot of time! The Print Mint do a great 1920s style once, which will be custom made especially for you!
If you love the idea of stamping your message, look at these amazing save the date stamps.