For those who know that “traditional” doesn’t have to mean “stuffy,” we’ve curated a collection of classic wedding invitations full of elegant designs that feel forever timeless. The templates in this collection reflect the most beautiful aesthetic traditions of wedding stationery, like stately typography, crisp borders, and ornate metallic embellishments. Whatever your vision of beauty is, you’ll find an expressive, yet formal classic wedding invitation to commemorate your ceremony.
With Paperless Post, you have the power to rework design elements, giving your invitations a fully customized feel that showcases your style. Digital wedding invitations are a more sustainable choice, forgoing the need for tangible stationery, stamps, and waiting in line at the post office. There’s no risk of invites getting lost in transit—guests receive your digital wedding invitation as soon as you send it. You’ll be able to manage your guest list and keep a close eye on the attendance numbers so you can relay the final headcount to your venue with ease.
While you may be traditionally-minded in design, our smart online tools offer effortlessly modern options to customize your classic wedding invitation. Transform font types and colors by picking different Page Styles and use Blocks to provide your need-to-know info while keeping your invitation sleek and uncluttered.
If you want a little more guidance while creating your invitation, our Personal Design Services team is here to help you. Adapt an existing template to your exact needs, or ask our team to create a custom monogram or motif that will have guests buzzing with excitement.
Once you’ve settled on a beautiful template that reflects the tone of your big day, we’ll start you off with formal sample wording to set the tone. Don’t worry—you’ll be able to edit all of your personal details and tweak it however you like. We have plenty of examples of wedding invitation wording to help you craft the perfect message. We’re also sharing our expert wedding invitation etiquette tips to get you started on the right foot.
Once you have your invitation wording down, it’s time to address the envelope. For married guests, the most traditional address is “Mr. and Mrs. [last name].” However, for unmarried couples or women that use their maiden name, listing both full names is completely acceptable (especially if you’re not totally certain what your guests’ preferences are). Don’t forget important titles like Dr. and the standard Mr. and Mrs. when addressing your invites.