Laser cut wedding invitations are a beautiful style of wedding stationery that work for any celebration. Whether you choose to go for a sweet and subtle design or a full blown laser cut creation, your guests are sure to be impressed when one of these arrives in the post. If you need some help deciding what kind of design to go for, check out our edit of laser cut invites for inspiration.
If you want to browse more gorgeous stationery, check out the must have shabby chic wedding invitations in our planning section.
Hip Hip Hooray
This lovely floral design comes in a pretty mint colour, which goes perfectly with the white laser cut design layered over the top. The font inside the invite is oh so elegant which gives a romantic finishing touch – your guests will be thrilled to receive something this pretty in the post.
Or how about these square vintage style invitations? The invitations have a lovely lace and floral inspired design that is tied with a pretty satin ribbon, so your guests will have the joy of slowly unravelling your exciting news.
The Hummingbird Card Company
If you want to send out intricately detailed laser cut invites, then The Hummingbird Card Company’s selection of vintage inspired designs might take your fancy. We love these ‘bicycle made for two’ invitations which are super cute. These invites will also look sweet perching on top of your guests’ mantelpieces.
These botanical laser cut wedding invitations would be perfect for a wedding in an English country garden – your guests will want to keep it forever. The modern script style font is a lovely addition to the invite.
If you dream of all things vintage and whimsical, then the ‘up and away balloon’ invites would be the perfect way to let your guests know about your big day. There are lots of colour options for the card and inlay so that you can personalise the invite to your wedding.
Vanilla Retro Stationery
If you’re getting married at a rustic wedding venue and want to give your guests a glimpse of this, then consider this laser cut invite from Vanilla Retro Stationery. The khaki laser cut design is emblazoned with the phrase ‘the hunt is over’ and a chic stag antler motif.
The invites are styled like pockets, so that all the inserts can slot in and be kept neatly together. The actual invitations are printed on beautiful ivory cards with a simple yet elegant font.
Image credits: Vanilla Retro Stationery at Not on the High Street
Elegant Wedding Stationery
Get ready to obsess over the invites at Elegant Wedding Stationery, as each one is delicately homemade and has a totally luxurious look. The impressive laser cut design of their ‘flora’ invitation is stunning and the invite can also be customised with a selection of shimmering colours, such as gold and silver.
To Have and To Hold
Wedding invitations that open up to reveal a stylish laser cut design are a creative way to notify your guests. This invitation from To Have and To Hold will certainly catch your guests’ attention with its pretty 3-D birdcage and love bird print.
Elinor Rose Wedding Stationery
If you’re planning a 1920s themed celebration with Great Gatsby details, then these art deco invites from Elinor Rose Wedding Stationery will be the perfect homage to the era. The geometric cut wrap opens to reveal an understated yet chic invite with a beautiful 20s style font.
Image credit: Elinor Rose Wedding Stationery at Not on the High Street
Created using old fashioned pressing techniques from the 1950s, the laser cut wedding invitations from Angels Creations look beautifully traditional. The gorgeous laser cut envelope of this invite will give your guests something to swoon over before they’ve got to the actual invitation!
The detailed design of this lace inspired invite is finished off nicely with an ivory satin bow and decorative flower. The feel of the card is pure luxury and the shimmer complements the ribbon on the outside. This stunning invitation is a must for traditional, sophisticated couples.
If you’re tying the knot at a seaside wedding venue, then this nautical invite from Celine Designs would be the perfect taster of the location. The invite features a quirky anchor motif along with both your initials and the wedding date. Take your pick from a choice of colours to suit your theme.
Image credit: Celine Designs at Etsy
If you’re getting married at a quirky and unusual London wedding venue, then show your love for the city with these skyline invitations from Dot Laser. Decorated with laser cut designs of iconic London landmarks, these fold out invitations are a winner!
These cool folk style invites are super modern and their bold colour and design are sure to grab attention. The great thing about these invites is that they would suit any style of wedding, just customise the colour to suit your celebration and the time of year.
Image credit: Dot Laser at Etsy
Z & Belle
Keep it simple yet stylish with this laser cut invite from Z & Belle. Handmade from their ‘olive odyssey’ collection, the front of the invite is straight to the point and features an olive wreath design with your initials and wedding date. Choose from the extensive insert colour options to find a hue to suit every season.
Image credit: Z & Belle at Not on the High Street
We love that handcrafted stationery brand Pretty Formal offer a varied range of gorgeous laser cut wedding invitations. We love the style of their Kraft Doily invitation which has a shabby chic vibe. The rose in the centre of the bow gives a romantic finishing touch as well as a nice pop of colour.
For something a bit more intricate and glamorous, this invite from their Madeleine collection will seriously impress your guests! The neutral colour of the invite is great if you haven’t decided on a colour scheme yet, however the diamante flower detail lets your guests know that your wedding will be one elegant affair.
The bold floral pattern on this card is ever so pretty and the additon of the pink bow would make this an ideal spring or summer wedding invite. For winter weddings, this invite is also available with an icy blue bow.
If you fancy personalising your laser cut wedding invitations even more, then take a look at our pick of save the date stamps which will add that finishing touch.