If you are planning a gothic wedding you will need some awesome gothic wedding stationery to match your theme. Whether you’re going for a subtle touch of black elegance or the full spooky treatment, we have wedding invites ideas for all gothic-loving couples.
Katie Barnes Studio
We love the Mexican Sugar Skull invites from Katie Barnes Studio. The use of skulls, combined with bold and colourful prints makes for a fun design. These invites can be customized to incorporate any additional ideas you may have!
Glorious Weirdo’s gothic invites combine a simple monochrome design with a skeleton hand wearing it’s own wedding ring. The invites come with the fun addition of a fridge magnet! If you love this idea, check out our edit of the best save the date magnets.
Cards for Weddings
If you want to add a dash of colour to your stationery, purple and black are a match made in gothic heaven. Cards for Weddings gothic invites are not only super pretty, but you can pay for the design alone, perfect if you are looking for a printable wedding invitation.
De Genaro Designs
If you thought gothic themes have to be dark and spooky then think again. De Genaro Designs have combined skulls with pastel water colours and soft, curly writing. This invite is a self-print design.
Doll Face Designs
Doll Face Designs’ Victorian Skull Day of the Dead invite, features sketched skulls with a fun top hat and moustache and feminine pink flowers.
Zazzle has an amazing selection of gothic wedding invites.
Give your guests a ticket to the best show in town with these Till Death Do Us Part invites, designed in the style of a theatre ticket complete with ticket ‘stub’.
This Skull Couple Day of the Dead design is hand drawn with spooky skulls, flowers and butterflies. You can customize the font to make it super personal.
For an elegant, gothic theme consider these Vintage Black Lace and Sequins invites.
Knots and Kisses
If you want to dip your toes into the gothic theme without going for the full blown effect, consider the Midnight Rose design from Knots and Kisses. The black background gives a hint of the gothic style but the pretty flowers and curly, white font keep it feminine.
Peter Bowen Illustrations
Peter Brown is a well established illustrator who has designed artwork for musicians and fashion houses including ASOS! This vintage, Victorian design has a fantastic circus feel to it.
Blue Sky Creation
We love that these Blue Sky Creations invites are super glitzy with the subtle gothic addition of the crystal skull and crossbone charm. The invite comes in a range of colours allowing you to customize the invites to fit with your theme.
Cards By Gaynor
These awesome corpse bride and groom place cards are by Cards By Gaynor and are available in a range of colours including white, ivory, black and purple and begin at 90p each.
The Cross Eyed Fox
Choosing a gothic theme doesn’t mean you have to compromise on elegance. These invitations from The Cross Eyed Fox sit inside a laser cut sleeve, fastened with ribbon and secured in place with a cut-out skull. These are available in a range of colours to perfectly suit your theme. Why not browse even more laser cut wedding invitations if you love these?
Goose Corner Greetings
If you are taking the gothic theme extremely seriously with a Halloween wedding, then these ‘Hallowedding’ invites from Goose Corner Greetings are a perfect option for you. Black is a popular choice for a gothic wedding but as these invites only come in a self-print option, you may want to get them produced at a local printer rather than at home.
We love these super arty Day of the Dead cards from Illustrated Ink and think they would make lovely hand written wedding invitations.
Rae Henry Designs
Save the date with these amazing Red Sugar Skull cards from Rae Henry Design. They are printed onto quality card and there are invitations and decorations available in the same theme!
Fancy Paperie 7
Go to the dark side with Fancy Paperie 7‘s dark floral invites. The hand painted design comes with a luxury matte finished envelope and liner.
As you can see there is some amazing gothic wedding stationery available, but if you are opting for designing your own then see our guide to wedding invitation wording.