Wedding season is just around the corner and you know what that means? It's time for something old, something new, something borrowed, and something you crafted to go along with your wedding present!
We've gathered a bouquet of beautiful, sweet, and inspiring wedding cards that you'll want to say, "I do!" to! These absolutely gorgeous cards will inspire you to use your wedding craft supplies to make the happy couple's day even more special!
1. Easy Ephemera Layers Card
2. Die Cut Disney-Themed Wedding Card
This card by Queeniooos has so much magic behind it, it's sure to make the bride and groom's dreams come true! The bright reds and yellows are definitely the perfect hues for a pair who absolutely loves magical movies, theme park adventures, or even got engaged in front of the famous castle!
The cute couple in the center is made with stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn that you can color in with markers or colored pencils to look just like the bride and groom!
Tip: To make the mouse-themed background cut-out with your die cutting machine, you don't need to wish upon a star! It's actually three different die cuts. The largest cut is from a half circle or semi-circle die for the head, and then two small circle dies for the ears! How cute is that?
3. The Perfect Wedding Stamp Card
There's something truly captivating about this cream, black, and blush card made by the talented team at Scrapbook.com. The contradictory themes of cursive words all about love as the background, followed by gorgeous pink florals, all surrounded by solid black matting makes this a timeless, classic look.
It's finished off with a key piece of ephemera as the focal point, and an absolutely perfect stamped wedding wishes sentiment for a card that you'll be proud to present to the happy couple!
4. 3-D Cut-Out Wedding Card
Spellbinders is known for their amazingly intricate dies, stamps, and Glimmer Foil plates, and their Elegant 3D Cards Collection is no exception. Joanna Wisniewska used a combination of techniques and supplies to create a stunning Z-fold style wedding card that we can't take our eyes off of.
She used a beautiful cream lace background and accented it with a happy couple cut out of music note-themed paper in the same tone. A few soft flowers and an exciting popped up paper bow complete the full, beautiful look!
5. Classic Wedding Attire Card
This classic combination of the wedding gown and the formal tuxedo side-by-side is a wedding card favorite. This unique attire just makes the happy pair radiate during their special day, and it's perfect to capture on a card.
Lindaklein achieved this elegant look by layering different colors of cardstock, a piece of romantic vellum, and some wedding-themed paper. To top it all off, there's a shimmering die cut and embossed set of wedding clothes with some fancy pearl accents.
Get the look: Pick up some basic black and white cardstock, a wedding-themed piece of paper, and a sheet of vellum. The Echo Pack Wedding Day Collection has truly perfect options to stamp and die cut wedding clothes, and also an Elegant Damask embossing folder for an extra pop on the dress. You can also use sequins or Nuvo Drops for those perfect pearlescant accents!
6. Wonderful Watercolor Wedding Card
Ranger Distress Inks and watercolor paper go together like the bride and groom! Lisa Arana of Dahlhousedesigns had some watercolor fun while creating this amazing, vibrant background of a congratulatory card.
Using a fun combination of bright red and coral inks, she smooshed and swirled with water until it was just right. Finished off with a muted grey die cut and stamped sentiment, and a couple small but meaningful accents and this card is ready for the big day!
7. Tropical Destination Wedding Card
We can practically feel the sand beneath our feet in this tropical, beachy wedding card by All About Sunshine. This is a great way to match the theme or destination of the wedding to the card you want to make and give with your gift!
To achieve this brilliant sunset effect, she blended several shades of Distress Oxides before stamping some tropical foliage and die cutting an intricate heart in the center of the card. The finishing touches of gold heat embossing a beautiful sentiment and then a fine mist of shimmer spray really achieves the fun beach wedding vibe!
Tip:For that amazing sunset ombre effect, try using some of our exclusive daubers to effectively blend and transition from one color to the next!
8. Gold Foiled and Accented Card
9. Paper Flower Accented Card
Tip:Not sure how to best accent your homemade wedding card? Paper or fabric flowers are always an elegant touch. You can even match the color of the flowers in your card to the colors of the wedding. Pink and grey? Black and red? Purple and gold? The choices are endless!
10. Layering Stamp Wedding Card
It's alright if you don't catch the bouquet, you can make one of your very own! These beautiful blooms from Mendi Yoshikawa for Sunny Studio Stamps are bursting with vivid colors and layered dimension. This combination of stamping, die cutting, and embossing came together to create a wedding well wishes card full of love.
We're especially loving the stark contrast between the delicate stitched heart embossed pattern and the bold black and white diagonal strip. They may not be alike, but they make a perfect pairing!
11. Cute and Funny Wedding Card
For a couple who loves to laugh and has a wonderful sense of humor, sometimes a super cute, silly card is in order! This adorable toast-themed treat was made by Angela Tombari using some fun patterns of layered cardstock, heat embossing techniques, and some toasty dies from Spellbinders!
While the focus is clearly the warm and toasty pair poppin' up to toast the happy couple, we also love the detail given to the layers of colored cardstock, polka dot patterns and glittery accents. The bride and groom butter love this super cute card!
Tip: Ephemera packs and stickers are a fantastic way to get incredible images, shapes, sentiments, and more onto a card without a ton of time or effort. When you're checking out a collection for your next project, be sure to also look at the variety of accessories that go along with your favorite 12 x 12 papers including ephemera, embelishments, and stickers to make crafting easier!
13. Heat Embossed Wedding Card
We're definitely spellbound by this delicate peach, white, gold, and shocking pink wedding card by Debby Hughes. She utilized watercolor cardstock and a deluded Pinkfresh Studio watercolor paint in Bubble Gum pink to form the soft background color.
The duo of feathers in contrasting colors are stamped and heat embossed in gold and white on vellum for an extra whisper of delight. The hot pink twine and sentiment make this card delightfully vibrant and exciting to accompany your wedding gift!