Creating Western Wedding Invitations

Howdy Pardner! Want to make western wedding invitations? Have no fear, I am here. To help you of course.

Make cowboy wedding invitations to announce your plan on being pardners!

For the bride planning a wedding with a western theme, your design can range from casual and fun to more formal with a touch of country.

For more formal weddings, ivory, cream, or neutral invitations with white or cream overlays including western motifs can be beautiful and elegant. For more fun and casual western weddings, bright colours, denim-look and fun save-the date cards work well.

Colours I would consider are brown, beige, tan, red, black, mocha etc. However, traditional colours for western weddings and invitations include red, white, yellow, and silver. You could also choose deep plum and mauve colours to blues, pinks, greens, and oranges.

You can create an invitation with recycled paper selected from handmade paper. Use a black and white image of two horses for the front of the invite. I would recommend using black or mocha ink for the text.

Use clipart or a photograph of a cowboy and cowgirl for the front of the invitation. What a perfect invitation for a fairy tale western wedding theme.

Let people know you are going to have a good ol' party and create die cut invitation shapes such as a cowboy hat, boot or a horseshoe.

Create cowboy wedding invitations in the form of a 'Wanted' invitation. Place a black and white photograph of the happy couple on the front and all the text underneath.

Calico, gingham or denim with ribbon, leather, or rope will also add a western look to the invitations.

To complete use vellum paper as an overlay and some brown raffia ribbon and ride off into the sunset.

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