Need wedding invites for a summer celebration or a tropical destination wedding? Today’s DIY project is perfect for you! Of course, if you love tropical flowers or live somewhere tropical, you can use these any time of the year. It’s your wedding after all, so we say do whatever YOU want to do. To create these tropical hibiscus flower wedding invitations, our graphic designer Lindsay combined pretty floral illustrations by Laurel Autumn with a romantic, flowy script that looks handwritten.
We know how expensive weddings can be, so these printable wedding invitations will save you quite a bit of money. Just follow our printing instructions below and then print off as many as you need. We also have some other DIY wedding ideas to complement your tropical theme!
Sea You at the Wedding!
Whether you’re having your wedding by the water or you just love the vibrant colors of tropical flowers, these tropical hibiscus flower wedding invitations are a beautiful (and more affordable!) choice. Don’t you love when you can cross things off your wedding to-do list? And not just that, but any personal, handmade touches you can add to your wedding will make it feel even more special.
Speaking of how to personalize your wedding day… we have some ideas! Our paper hibiscus flowers would make such beautiful table decor. Or you can use them to make tropical flower bouquets! This will come in especially handy if you’re getting married somewhere warm since you won’t have to worry about your flowers wilting.
Another pretty table decor idea is our tropical paper lanterns. And for the head table, you could craft this simple tropical leaf garland for your chairs. Finally, if you need some wall decor, you can make a tropical wreath using either our die-cut paper kit or our DIY pattern. We would love to see pictures of your DIY creations for your tropical wedding, so make sure to tag #MadeWithLia so we can spot them on Instagram!
Print the invitation, RSVP card, and details card on white or off-white cardstock paper. Print the envelope liner on white or off-white text weight paper, trim to size, and tuck inside an A7 envelope (we used these pretty coral envelopes). Note: The invitation can be printed double-sided (the file includes a backside).
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Want more ideas for your DIY wedding? Browse all of our tropical projects. Or check out all of our DIY wedding crafts on the site, including handmade decor items, paper flower bridal bouquets, and unique wedding favors.
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