Getting married soon, or just in the mood for some offbeat, colorful and creative invitations? We’ve got just the thing. Be it maps, teepees or (functioning) paper records, these invites are sure to impress all your guests. And with options for every kind of budget, you can set the tone of your wedding with this extraordinary stationery. Whether you plan on DIYing your own invites or think hand-illustrated is the way to go, we’ve got something for every bride-to-be. Get ready to go beyond that two-toned wedding suite for an invite that is totally creative and totally you.


1. Adventure for Two Map Invite: Want to share your love story for all to see? This beautifully illustrated (and oh-so-colorful), foldable love-story map is just the thing. (via Kitkat Pecson)

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2. Retro Record Invite: Now here’s a great DIY project for music lovers and retro-themed weddings. (via Once Wed)

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3. Teepee Invite: Give your guests something to do, like put together a teepee in order to read the deets of your wedding. (via We Are Device)


4. Viewmaster Invitation: Does this bring you back or what? Customize some of these truly one-of-a-kind gems for the ultimate throwback wedding invite. (via Melangerie Inc. on Etsy)

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5. Your Story: Write a fun infographic of your relationship story and end it with the details of your wedding. (via RSVP Candy)


6. Plantable Invite: With many options to match your style, these 100% recycled paper invites are not only eco-friendly and gorgeous, but they turn into something beautiful. Plant your invite and you’ll see wildflowers or garden herbs within weeks. (via Forever Fiances)

7. Paper Record Player Invite: For the musically savvy couple, create your very own music of love for the most original invite. ever. (via Kelli Anderson)

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8. Cutting Board Invite: Here’s one for the foodie couple and those who like an invite that doubles as a useful gift. (via Joan Lim)

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9. Woodsy Invite: A rustic DIY dream: Gather moss and slices of wood from your nearest craft store and handwrite, wood burn or stamp your wedding invites. (via One Wed)


10. Balloon Invite: It’s not a party without a balloon, right? Get things started on the right note with these bright and bubbly invitations. (via Not on the High Street)

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11. Modern Brochure: Design a wedding logo, gather beautiful visuals and choose some pretty fonts, and you’ve got yourself a hip invite people will save forever. (via Paper and Lace)

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12. Vintage Book-Inspired: Talk about a book lover’s dream. (via Not on the High Street)


13. Laser-Cut Heart: Delicate and elegant, laser cutting brings texture and detail to every invite. (via Not on the High Street)


14. Counting Down the Days: Why not let your guests count down to the big day right along with you? Don’t forget to save one invite for yourself so you can join in on the fun. (via Until Sunday)


15. Scratch-Off Invite: This is another great interactive choice for your Save the Date, or you can use scratch-off details for part of your invitation. (via Bespoke Bride)


16. Board Game Invite + Cookies: Your guests will be anything but bored when they receive an actual mini board game in the mail. Sweet bonus: Those are edible Save-the-Date cookies. (via Layered Bake Shop)

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17. Fold-Out Invite: This kraft paper invite includes all the wedding info with cool graphics and a tear-off RSVP postcard. (via Lauren Owen Design)


18. Puzzle Invite: You’ve found your missing piece, so why not send your guests a puzzle to put together the pieces of your big day? While this one may seem a little traditional in style, there are tons of sites where you can create a custom puzzle with your own background, bright colors and rad typography. (via Classic Wedding Invitations)


19. Decoder Invite: Fun and interactive, this invite comes with glasses that your guests have to put on in order to find out all that juicy wedding info! (via Pounding Mill Press)


20. Map & More: Include bonus materials in your camp-themed invite, such as a map, field notes and a packing checklist. (via Sparkvites)


21. Festive Wedding Suite: If you aren’t ready to experiment with the traditional wedding invite suite, just go all-out colorful with chalkboard-style print for a bright and creative look. (via Elizabeth Baddeley Design)

Which unique invite would you send out for your big day? Are you going traditional or all-out creative? Tell us in the comments below!