Laser Cut Wedding Invitations

by | Bride, Stationery And Paper Goods


These laser cut invitations from Melbourne based Classic Wedding Invitations really struck me with the intricate, modern designs that the laser cuts lend themselves to. The duo have designed a range of suites showing off the different ways lasers can be used – from metallic card, to wood and coloured acrylic. It lends such a different feel to a wedding invitation and is one of those things that truly excites me!

The company has a selection of set designs (one of my favourites, not featured today, includes a delicate church which unfolds as the invitation is opened). They remind me so much of pop up books and “game” books I played with when I was growing up and I’m not sure if I could part with one if I was to receive it (though to be honest I have kept every single wedding invitation I’ve ever received…).

Classic Wedding Invitations can also add to the invitation by creating matching place cards, RSVP cards and decor items and if you don’t like one of their designs, they will happily create a custom piece just for you.

This collection, using metallic card is called the “Doillies” collection and comes in three different styles (Peacock Lane, Intricate and Checkboard). I think it’s my favourite of them all as it really shows off what a laser can do.

The “Landscape” series is fun with each card depicting the scenery as it unfolds. I love the winery version with the rolling harvest lines.

“His & Her Wedding Rings” is a fun one, the rings on this design actually pop out! I think it would be fun to have guests wear them at the wedding or use the laser cut wooden elements as the consistent decor element of the day.

The “Wooden Sphere” design is big and bold, requiring guests to pop out the wooden circle to reveal the event details.

  • Wedding Venues says:
    October 4, 2012 at 8:47 am

    I love these invitations – especially the one with the rings. They will definitely make a statement! Are they expensive?

  • Jack Chauvel says:
    October 5, 2012 at 1:00 pm

    Wow some of those are divine. I love the disc within the wooden case that is a great idea.

  • Laser cut Wedding Invitations says:
    July 17, 2013 at 11:32 pm

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