17 Fall Wedding Invitation Options for Your Wedding

Submitted by cpotter on Wednesday - November 11, 2020
a bride and groom hugging during their fall wedding outside

It’s a common misconception that summer is the most popular time to get married; in reality October has been leading the pack for several years now. Fall weddings are all the rage thanks to gorgeous weather, more options for venues, and — let’s be honest — fewer bugs in the event you want to say I do outdoors. Now you can find a fabulously on-theme way to request the presence of your nearest and dearest courtesy of these 17 fall wedding invitations.
1. Carved In Love
What is it about etching your name and “4 Ever” into a tree that seems so romantic? Perhaps it’s that the timeless gesture seems sweet and innocent — it’s all about the simple side of love, and that same sentiment is echoed in this Carved in Love wedding invitation. The lush green leaves and the peeling bark seem to jump off the page, putting you (and your guests) smack dab in the middle of a forest.


2. Rustic Antler
For some couples, fall is all about hunting and hiking and snuggling up in a cozy cabin. If this sounds a lot like you and your sweetheart, you’ll probably be all about Rustic Antler. From the suite’s save-the-date cards to the equally rustic chic reception items, every piece feels warm and welcoming.



3. Ethereal Evergreens
Fall is a gorgeous season all its own, but it’s also a time of transition. As you peek around the corner to see what winter has in store, pick up this tree-sprinkled wedding invitation for a nature-inspired take on two-toned simplicity. Bonus: These Ethereal Evergreens are so pretty you can almost smell the piney freshness!


4. Country Florals
Floral themes are more often associated with spring and summer weddings, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy blooms as part of your fall nuptials. Just like your friendly neighborhood florist will recommend rich jewel-toned options like black pansies, dahlias, lilies, and chrysanthemums, our Country Florals suite combines pretty greenery with watercolor roses for a decidedly autumnal feel.




5. Rustic Woodgrain
Florals? Check. Buttery woodgrain? Check. A simple version of rustic design that also feels modern? Check and check. While our Rustic Woodgrain invitations aren’t overtly fall-inspired, they do have one foot in summer (those sketched flowers) and one in winter (the white text on the woodgrain is reminiscent of snow), which totally works for us.




6. Eternal Autumn
One of our pocket wedding invitations, Eternal Autumn uses an oval frame and leafy accents to create a streamlined, elegant design that puts the spotlight on your details where it belongs. The same look is echoed across the save the dates and programs, with both options using a dark background to make the foliage pop.




7. Blissfully Fall
Blissfully Fall has a color scheme and leafy design similar to Eternal Autumn, but everything is a bit bigger and more dramatic. That means more leaves, more overall impact, and more complementary design elements like a diamond-shaped frame around your event info and splashes of color adding interest to the pocket of the invite and the flap of the envelope.




8. Boldly In Love
Couples who love to take photos almost as much as they love one another will likely find themselves drawn to our Boldly In Love invitations. Upload your favorite fall engagement picture to fit in the edge-to-edge frame and you’ve automatically got an invite that’s tailor-made for an autumn wedding. The chevron pattern on the back of the invitation adds an unexpected touch that only makes the final effect even more fun.




9. Lavish Leaves
If your allegiance to sophistication has you doubting whether you can find a wedding invitation that’s both cosmopolitan and a tad rustic, think again. Lavish Leaves is exactly what you’ve been looking for. A single color carries the entire design, bringing the leaf-decorated oval to life and ensuring continuity from the monogram to the enclosures to the envelope. Of course, as with many of our templates, you can choose to customize the colors — pick earthy hues like Honey, an autumnal gold shade, and Ivy Green for even more fall vibes.




10. Love In The Woods
One of the best things about fall is watching the trees change color. It’s Mother Nature’s very on light show, and Love in the Woods captures that magic perfectly with a wedding invitation that’s undeniably charming. Your names are on the left, wedding details on the right, and down the middle sits a tree dotted with red and gold leaves. Our favorite part? It’s hard to pick, but it’s probably the whimsical bark-like design on the back of the invites — but we like the bright autumn colors used on the RSVP and enclosure cards, too.




11. Autumn Stamp
There’s an artsy edge to Autumn Stamp that’s equal parts fun and chic. The leaves across the invitation’s monochromatic background look as if they’ve been stamped on, and the resulting prints look so real you can practically feel the leaves’ texture. The yellow hue can be switched out, but it’s so quintessentially fall as is.




12. Perfectly Plaid
Is there anything more fall than a wrapping up in a big plaid blanket to ward off the November chill? Perfectly Plaid is a diverse suite, with several different designs coming together in perfect harmony. The invite itself features fall-themed accents, while the bottom of the invite, the enclosures, the label and seal sets, and the optional envelope liners all have a gorgeous checkered pattern that looks downright cozy.




13. Faintly Fall
For those happy couples who love the way the wind blows leaves across yard and tickles plants and tree branches until they seem to dance with joy, there’s Faintly Fall. This wedding invitation design is sweet and clean, with a few autumn-inspired accents that feel fresh yet timeless.




14. Stacked Squares
Stacked Squares is a more contemporary take on autumn design. Bold geometrics share space with sprigs of botanicals. The little details make the entire package sing — check out the tiny twig over the “please deliver to” line and the uber-clean initialing over the return address on the envelope flap.




15. Washed in Love
While it’s true that Washed in Love isn’t a strictly fall-themed invite, this design’s flexibility is part of what makes it so fantastic. The combination of bold fonts and a feathery stroke of watercolor is wonderfully intriguing and can complement a wide range of wedding day motifs. Choose a fall hue for your watercolor (check out Crab Apple and Pumpkin to get you started!) and this invite is suddenly perfect for a big day scheduled for late in the year.




16. Dreamy Sky
It’s October. The weather is still swinging between warm afternoons and those days when you have to leave the house in layers or risk freezing while you try to take in some fresh air. You lay down on the ground, gaze up at the beautiful blue sky, and clusters of fall leaves dance in your peripheral vision. That picture-perfect scenario is exactly what Dreamy Sky looks like, and your guests will love it just as much as you do.




17. Delicate Splendor
No muss, no fuss — just style. Delicate Splendor features a few strategically placed blooms and angular bands of color that are just begging to get a fall-worthy makeover. It’s an ideal pick for couples who embrace simplicity but still want a unique design that’s both memorable and seasonally appropriate.
Having trouble choosing? Check out the unbeatable quality of Magnet Street designs when you order free personalized wedding samples. Choose between our Wedding Essentials Sample Kit to get a general idea of your options or request a custom sample to see how your one-of-a-kind selection of fonts, colors, and text look in person.