1. Wrapped in Twine
We used the Wooden Crest Separate and Send Wedding Invitation to get this cute country look! We separated the invitation, response card and reception card. We then stacked the enclosures on top of the invitation in the right order (read How to Assemble Separate and Send Invitations). Then we wrapped everything in twine and secured it to the back of the invitation using double-sided tape. You can also tie the twine to secure it but getting the twine tight enough can be tricky. We then added a stick-on burlap bow from the local craft store for a sweet little accent.
2. Linen Flowers
We thought these linen flowers with beaded accents would look fantastic on the Country Details Petite Wedding Invitation. We glued the flowers onto the invitation using a hot glue gun because it dries faster than conventional glue, and we arranged them into a group of three with each one overlapping the other for a lovely layered look. So simple, so cute!
3/5. Layered Flower
Layered invites are beautiful but they can be expensive! We recommend purchasing affordable wedding invitations and dressing them up with a layered accent. We found these adorable burlap and linen layered flowers at the local craft store. These stick-on flowers are super easy to use, and they look amazing. We placed them smack dab in the center of the chevron design on the Quirky Chevron Wedding Invitation and to the left of “Mr. & Mrs.” on the Country Couple Wedding Invitation.
4. Twine and Bow
Wrapping twine around your invitations is always a great way to add a bit of rustic flair. You’ll remember we used twine on the first invitation but this time we’re using a burlap ribbon. Again, you’ll want to secure the ribbon on the backside of the invitation by using double-sided tape or glue dots. We then added a stick-on burlap bow from the local craft store, which became the perfect finishing touch for these Worn Wood Petite Wedding Invitations.