27 Digital Wedding Invites You'll Happily Send to Your Guests

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GreenVelope is a company working to save the earth with electronic wedding invitations, save the dates, and RSVPs by cutting down on paper usage and shipping and inspiring others to do the same. GreenVelope has crafted an experience that replicates the best elements of a physical card and envelope that also saves paper, money, and time. A percentage of every sale goes to Mountains to Sound, a non-profit organization that maintains forests. GreenVelope has dozens of beautiful wedding designs that are customizable, so you can create the perfect online invitations for your event. 


While GreenVelope has many classic styles of timeless florals, there are also designs that incorporate flowers in modern, eye-catching ways, such as watercolor, shapes over simple illustrations, frames of bright blooms, and a simple invitations with floral pops of color.


Geometric shapes are a huge wedding trend lately for a bold yet minimalist look. Many of GreenVelope’s geometric designs use gold foil or marble textures to make the invitations even more dynamic, but there are also options that have a more simplistic elegance.


Want to showcase you and your love on your invite? GreenVelope has dozens of wonderful designs that let you add photos that show just how excited you are to be tying the knot.


There are all types of options available for several “vintage” eras, as well as those that are perfect for any wedding theme. If you’re looking for elegant crests, textured edges, or a beautiful frame, GreenVelope’s vintage category is bound to have the perfect customizable design.


Reflect the fun of a destination wedding in your invitations! GreenVelope has special designs from the National Park Foundation for several American parks and forests. For those having their weddings elsewhere, there are plenty of nautical, cultural, and travel-inspired themes for wherever your ceremony takes you.

Michaela Dietz


Michaela Dietz is a graduate from the University of Cincinnati, where she studied English Literature, Women’s Studies, and Electronic Media. What started as an internship with Catalyst turned into writing and editing the lovely Real Couples posts regularly featured on the site. When Michaela isn’t working, she’s reading, watching movies, or researching for fun like a huge nerd.