Wedding Invitations for the Church Wedding

In this day and age, people get married everywhere from backyards and beaches to Vegas drive-thrus or even just the local city hall. There’s still something to be said for the traditional church wedding, though, whether you’re religious and holding a specific type of ceremony (a Catholic wedding, for example), or you just want to celebrate your relationship with God in the cathedral setting. You can easily make sure your guests know the location of the wedding by sending out wedding invitations or Save the Date cards picturing churches or crosses.

City dwellers can celebrate their upcoming nuptials with cute City wedding invitations featuring a tiny city skyline surrounding a little chapel. Complete with a sky full of red hearts to add in a sense of whimsy and sweetness, these wedding invitations show your city pride along with your chosen wedding venue. Your guests will be ready, and as additional bonus, appropriately dressed for your church wedding.

Going for an island destination wedding, but still insistent on having an indoor church ceremony? Assure guests that they’ll have no need to fear sand in their strappy heels with Beach Church wedding invitations. Whimsical and charming as wedding invitations or simple Save the Dates, these deliver the happy news along with the message that even though you’ve gone to the islands to celebrate, you won’t be spending your ceremony hoping you won’t be caught by an early high tide.

If you’re happy to make your invitations more overtly religious, do so with Stained Glass Cross wedding invitations. With the stained glass design, these wedding invitations capture one of the most aesthetically rewarding aspects of church weddings. Whether it’s through elaborate Biblical scenes on high windows or a simple centralized rose window, stained glass adds a lovely, serene light to church weddings, and you can echo this feeling with these elegantly designed invitations topped with a cross in the stained glass design.

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