Whether you’re getting married somewhere tropical or you love the tropical look, we have the perfect wedding invitation suite for you. Our tropical wedding invitations (illustrated by Laurel Autumn) feature a few different tropical leaves, including monstera leaves and palm branches. Plus they’re all ready for you to edit and print at home—easy peasy!
Tie the Knot with Tropical Invites
We know wedding costs can be high. So if you’re wondering how to save money on your wedding, a few DIY projects may be the perfect solution. Not only will it help you save money, but it will feel so special to craft something just for your wedding—especially if you include your family and best friends.
And with our tropical wedding invitations, you can still send out a formal wedding invite that fits your theme or color scheme while also sticking to your wedding budget. Plus you can invite your family and friends over to help you assemble them once they’re all printed. You’ll get an important task checked off your list—and you get to spend some meaningful time with the people you love!
When you’re ready to put together your tropical wedding invitation, just follow the instructions below. And if you need more tropical crafts for your wedding, we have plenty! Make sure to check out our tropical bridal shower table setting ideas (and mimosa bar!), our tropical paper chandelier, our tropical leaf garland, and our tropical flower bouquet.
Download your tropical wedding invitations. To edit your invites, you’ll need these two fonts: Roboto Slab and Oliver Notes.
Print your invitations, RSVP cards, and info cards on white cardstock paper. Print the envelope liner on white text weight paper, trim to size then tuck inside an A7 envelope (we chose a pretty metallic Midnight Blue). The invitation can be printed double-sided (the file includes a backside).
Have questions? Just let us know! Happy wedding crafting!
Want more DIY ideas for your wedding? Browse all of our wedding crafts. And let us know if you can’t find something you’re looking for!
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I joined today based on a recommendation inside Cricut and expected to download the tropical wedding invitation to Cricut or my printer at least. I must be doing something wrong as it is just appears to be a screenshot of the click, download and print. Please help. Thank you.
Hi Linda. These are printable downloads that you can edit in Acrobat. The buttons to download are at the end of the post above comments. Just click on the button and it will open another browser window where you can download the project onto your desktop. You will want to download the fonts that are linked in the post, then open your PDF in Adobe Acrobat (the free version will work) where you can add your own text into the field. At that point, you can print. One tip is to be sure you have the setting at 100%/full size so your print is not reduced. Let me know if that helps.