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Welcome to Paperlust, your ultimate destination for wedding invitations that blend sustainability with unparalleled design. Crafted with care and love in Australia, our platform is a celebration of independent talent and design prowess, making us a leading choice for wedding invites globally. Our mission is to connect you with the world's most talented independent designers, transforming your wedding invitations into artful expressions of your unique love story.

A Celebration of Independent Talent: Paperlust is dedicated to elevating wedding invitations in Australia and beyond by showcasing the creativity of independent designers. Through our innovative Design Challenges, artists worldwide present their work, receiving feedback and votes from our community. This collaborative process ensures our collection only features the most captivating and cherished designs, making your wedding invites truly one-of-a-kind.

Sustainability at Our Core: Embracing your love story with wedding invitations from Paperlust means also supporting the planet. With every order, we plant a tree in Borneo, contributing to crucial reforestation efforts. Our commitment extends to using responsibly sourced paper, including recycled options, solar panels for our production facility underlining our dedication to eco-friendly wedding invitations in Australia and globally. Discover our environmental journey here and delve into our sustainability credentials here.

Tailored for Elegant Preferences: At Paperlust, we understand the importance of beauty, connection, and uniqueness in celebrating your special day. Our carefully curated selection of wedding invites caters to diverse tastes and preferences, ensuring you find the perfect design to complement your wedding theme. From sleek and contemporary to charmingly rustic, our extensive range offers an invitation that seamlessly aligns with your vision and tells your unique story.

Trusted by Thousands: Our dedication to quality and satisfaction shines through in the hundreds of five-star reviews from delighted couples. Your wedding invitations journey with Paperlust is supported by our commitment to excellence, as echoed by our satisfied customers here.


Celebrated Partnerships and Media Recognition

Paperlust stands at the intersection of creativity and celebrated partnerships, notably with Joy for digital wedding planning tools. Our commitment to unparalleled wedding invitations is recognized by leading publications, including Vogue and Harper's Bazaar Bride, showcasing our influence and authority in the wedding sector. When you select Paperlust, you're choosing a brand that's not only trusted but also revered by the world's top wedding and fashion authorities.

From Australia to the rest of the world, Paperlust stands as a beacon of creativity, sustainability, and unparalleled quality in wedding invitations. Whether you're celebrating in Sydney or San Francisco, choose Paperlust for wedding invites that leave a lasting impression on you and your guests.


General Wedding Invitations FAQ

Navigating the world of wedding invitations can be complex, with many questions along the way. Our FAQ section is designed to simplify your journey, offering clear answers to common inquiries. From choosing the right design to understanding mailing timelines, we've compiled expert advice to ensure your invitation process is seamless and enjoyable.

How do I place an order for wedding invitations with Paperlust?

Ordering your wedding invitations with Paperlust is a seamless experience. Start by selecting a design set that captures your heart, which includes a range of matching cards for invitations and on-the-day stationery. Begin with the wedding invitation and click "Customize" to personalize your details directly in your browser using our intuitive design tool. Here, you can explore alternate shapes, different paper types, and various print options to truly make the design your own. Next, choose your envelopes and opt for envelope address printing to save time. Once you've customized your design, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. We'll send a digital proof for your approval and any requested changes, ensuring everything is perfect. After your final approval, we print and ship your order directly to your door, making the process hassle-free from start to finish.

How long before the event should I order my wedding invitations?

To ensure your wedding invitations arrive in ample time for your big day, we recommend starting the ordering process well in advance. The ideal timing can vary, but a general guideline is to order invitations at least 4-6 months before your wedding. This timeframe allows for design customization, proofing, printing, and shipping.

For a precise estimate tailored to your specific needs, Paperlust offers a convenient ubdelivery time calculator within our design tool. Simply navigate to the "Printing and Shipping" section on the right-hand side of the tool, and click on "Calculate Delivery Time." Here, you can input today's date or a future date, choose whether you'd like expedited shipping, and select your delivery country to receive an accurate delivery timeline. This feature ensures you can plan accordingly and have your invitations in hand well before your intended send-out date.

How do I create a mix of print an digital wedding invitations?

Perhaps you have overseas guests who you would like to invite but posting physical prints might take a while to arrive. We have selected to work with Joy, the best wedding App in the industry, to provide over 60 of our best digital wedding invitations templates in their App and website. This way, you can also create digital wedding invitations with an rsvp management system. You can order the physical print versions on the Paperlust platform by browsing our wedding website category here and then head over to Joy for the digital part.

How do I create a matching wedding invitations package?

We have your back when it comes to the finer details, each of our designs comes with an entire wedding invitation set - matching cards such as the Save the date, RSVP, Info Card, Belly Bands, and more will ensure you have all bases covered to creat the ultimate wedding invitations package. On our browse page above if you click on a design, at the bottom you will see all the other cards in the set, you can customize each one of these one by one and save them in our My Saved Design section.

Do you ship each invitation to my guest for me?

Currently, Paperlust does not offer a direct mailing service to individually ship invitations to your guests. Our process is designed to deliver your entire order to one address, allowing you to personally handle the distribution of your wedding invitations. This approach gives you the opportunity to add any final touches before sending them out. However, we do provide options like envelope address printing to streamline the process for you, making it easier to prepare your invitations for mailing to your guests.

What sizes do your wedding invitations come in?

Our Standard Wedding Invitations size is 178mm x 127mm (5 x 7 inches) and this is the typical wedding invitation card size most in the industry use. We also have a Square wedding invitation size in 147mm x 147mm (5.78 x 5.78 inches).

Our invitation envelopes sizes are slightly bigger than the invitation. Save the date card and complementary card sizes such as the Information card commonly come in a smaller 140mm x 107mm (5.51 x 4.21 inches).

Our formats are prepared for print, however, our save the date cards can be provided in a PDF invitation format. Our standard invitations are square-edged, we also die-cut shapes such as arch, half arch, 14-degree angle, and circles.

How do I upload my own wedding invitation design?

If you have your own wedding invitation design or you would like a specific wedding invitation size you can supply your finished artwork to use on our page here to get a custom quote, here you can specify the quantity needed, any print type and envelopes you would like from our range.

How do I assemble the wedding invitations?

This is one of the questions we get asked all the time at Paperlust so here is your definitive guide to how to assemble or how to stuff wedding invitations in the right order. We have written a great article here on how to stuff & assemble wedding invitations.

How do I go about printing wedding invitations with Paperlust?

If your looking to print wedding invitations near me we also offer a printing-only service, click here to get a quote.

If you are an Australian local, you are welcome to make an appointment in our Oakleigh South store to discuss wedding invitations and other types of stationery. Or if your looking for custom wedding invitations near me, we can also create a custom design - click here to get a quote. When looking into wedding invitations printing near me you should take into account what kind of premium shipping options the vendor can dispatch with, with paperlust we ship using DHL's premium service worldwide providing one of the best experiences worldwide.

Can you create a completely custom wedding invitation design or concept for me?

Absolutely! At Paperlust, we specialize in bringing your unique wedding invitation ideas to life. Our custom design service caters to those looking for something truly bespoke. Whether you have a specific concept in mind or need assistance in crafting a one-of-a-kind design, our team of talented designers is here to help. Visit our Custom Wedding Invitations page here to learn more about the process and start creating an invitation that perfectly reflects your personal style and wedding theme.

Can I order customized wedding samples?

Yes, you absolutely can! We understand the importance of seeing and feeling your wedding invitation before placing a full order. That's why we offer the option to order a single copy of most designs after you've customized a wedding invitation using our unique design tool. This way, you can review your personalized invitation in person and ensure it meets your expectations before finalizing your order.

Additionally, for those looking to explore a variety of designs and paper types, we offer a standard sample pack. This pack is a great way to experience the quality of our materials and printing techniques firsthand. You can order our standard sample pack here, which includes a selection of our most popular designs and paper options. Whether you're considering a single custom sample or our curated sample pack, we're here to help you make the perfect choice for your big day.

How much do wedding invitations cost?

The cost of wedding invitations can vary significantly based on several factors, including the design, size, printing technique, paper type, and the number of invitations needed. On average, prices range from as low as AUD $1 to as high as AUD $30 per invite. Here's a breakdown of average prices per invitation by printing process:

  • Digital: AUD $3.50
  • Metallic: AUD $3.99
  • White Ink: AUD $5.00
  • Flat Foil: AUD $5.50
  • Letterpress: AUD $7.00
  • Print on Wood: AUD $7.50
  • Foil Stamping: AUD $9.50

Additional options can enhance your invitations but may affect the overall cost:

  • Free Premium White Envelopes are included with each invitation.
  • Colored Premium Envelopes start at AUD $0.8 each.
  • Envelope Liners and Recipient Address Printing on envelopes are available for an added touch of customization, with address printing starting at AUD $0.20 per envelope and white ink address printing at AUD $1 per envelope.
  • For personalization, guest name printing in digital print is available for AUD $0.4 each, and to make your invitations stand out, magnet stickers and magnet backings can be added for AUD $0.25 and AUD $1.15 each, respectively.

Opting for luxurious paper stocks, sophisticated printing techniques like letterpress and foil stamping, and embellishments such as customized stickers, additional cards, and belly bands will increase the cost of your wedding invitations, allowing for a more personalized and refined presentation.

Which parts of wedding invitations can I customise?

At Paperlust, we’re dedicated to ensuring your wedding invitations are a perfect reflection of your personal style and the essence of your special day. Our comprehensive customization options cover various aspects of the invitation design process:

  • Design Selection: Start by choosing a design set from our extensive collection that resonates with your wedding theme.
  • Text Customization: Tailor the wording, fonts, sizes, and colors to match your exact preferences and tone.
  • Color Scheme: Adjust the color palette of your invitation to align with your wedding colors.
  • Paper Types: Explore a variety of premium paper options to find the one that best suits your style.
  • Printing Techniques: From digital printing to luxurious letterpress or foil stamping, select a print method that captures the desired aesthetic
  • Shapes and Sizes: Opt for a card shape that complements your design choice for an added personal touch.
  • Envelope Customization: Choose from different envelope colors, add elegant liners, and utilize our address printing service for a cohesive look.

Moreover, to ensure your ultimate satisfaction with the final product, our unique design tool includes a special requests function at the design proofing stage. This feature allows you to request any additional changes or customizations you desire, giving you the freedom to refine your invitations to perfection. Whether you need adjustments to the layout, want to explore different color matches, or have specific design modifications in mind, our team is here to make those changes happen before your order goes to print. With Paperlust, you have the creative freedom to make your wedding invitations truly one of a kind.

Can I create a combination Wedding Invitation & RSVP?

There are a few different ways to present your wedding invitations and rsvp especially if you are on a tighter budget. The most traditional way is to get the rsvp printed on a smaller separate card and include it with the wedding invitations. It is ideal to follow this wedding invitation rsvp etiquette if you have elder guests who are not technology savvy. Otherwise, you could print the rsvp details on (or on the back of) the wedding invites, supply the appropriate contact information and the due-by date and check that it does not clutter the rest of the wedding invitation. The other cost-effective option is to direct your guests to a wedding website for their rsvp and dietary requirements, not only will your website be just for RSVPing, you can also upload your gifts and other little wedding details which saves you from getting extra printed cards.

How do I make my own wedding invitations using online wedding templates and DIY knowledge?

If you have time to spare, you might opt for online wedding invitations templates, downloaded and printed out on your own. This takes time and requires you to find and purchase your own paper, ink, envelopes and other supplies. Templates may be available free or can be purchased from designers. With some careful shopping around for supplies and a little bit of DIY know-how, this can be a good way to save a little bit of money. That said, though, professional online wedding invitation printing companies have wholesalers and supply chains that allow them to get discounts on a lot of products and supplies, so make sure you have a plan that goes beyond ‘I can do it myself cheaper.’ We have written a great article here on the pro's and cons when asking How to make wedding invitations.


When to send Wedding Invitations - Card Timing Q&A

Timing is everything when it comes to wedding invitations and save-the-dates. This section of our FAQ addresses all your timing-related questions, ensuring you stay on track with your wedding planning. Find out when to send your invitations, the best time for save-the-dates, and how to manage RSVP deadlines with ease.

When do we need to send out save-the-date cards and wedding invitation cards?

Save-the-date cards can go out six to eight months before the wedding.

Ideally, wedding invites should be sent out six to eight weeks in advance. For destination weddings, it’s best to give guests three months so they can clear their schedules and make travel arrangements.

How far in advance should guests be requested to RSVP to the Wedding Invitation Card?

Make your RSVP date three weeks in advance of the wedding. Seating arrangements, catering numbers and other details may depend on your final RSVP list.

How early in advance should we send out the wedding rehearsal invitations?

The wedding rehearsal invitations can be sent out as early four weeks in advance.


Wedding Invitation Etiquette Q&A

If the etiquette surrounding wedding invitations is leaving you bewitched, bothered and bewildered, you’re not alone. This Q&A was designed to help you navigate the unspoken rules surrounding your wedding invitations: who to invite, wedding invitation timing, wedding invitation wording examples, more formal wedding invitation wording, and some of the other delicate situations accompanying this part of the wedding process.

The guest-list: Who to invite?

We had a large engagement party, but are opting for a more intimate wedding ceremony and reception. Would it be rude not to invite everyone who attended our engagement party to our wedding?

Some may consider it rude to invite guests to your engagement party, but not your wedding. That’s because engagement party is a gift-giving occasion, and most guests will present you with a gift to help kick-start your new life together.

Having said that, always remember that it’s a very personal choice who you invite to your wedding, and only you can determine what’s appropriate. As with most things in life, your gut feeling should never be overlooked.

Should we allow 'single' guests to invite a date?

If you’re like most, this will surely be one of the most hotly debated questions you’ll face in your wedding planning. Accommodating your 'single' guests is considered a nice gesture, but not a necessity. If you need to manage your numbers carefully, one approach is to exclude “plus ones” for all single family and friends, but make exceptions on a case-by-case basis. One exception might be your wedding party. Also, 'single' guests in long-term relationships should be treated as married couples, and both should be invited.

Should we invite work colleagues to our wedding? Is inviting my boss “a must”?

There is nothing set in stone about inviting your work colleagues to your wedding. If you hang out with your colleagues outside of work, you’ll probably want to invite them as you would any other friend. If you are in a situation where you would be inviting all or most of your colleagues minus your boss, it may be better to have one extra guest, than to offend someone you have to see on a daily basis.

How do we cut our wedding guest list down?

This is an age-old dilemma that most brides and grooms must face to keep their budgets in check. It’s always fun to create your list, but always excruciating to start trimming it down. One helpful tip is to create two lists – one for the “must-invites” and the second list for all the rest.

From there, here are some ideas for trimming the second list: Don’t feel obligated to invite people who invited you to their wedding; don’t allow every guest to bring a “plus one”; if you wouldn’t call the friend upon visiting their town, you don’t need to invite them to your wedding; if your potential guest has never met your future spouse, you can probably skip inviting that person; for co-workers, ask yourself, “would I be friends with this person if we didn’t work together?” There’s no official wedding invitation etiquette rules about who to invite, so you’ll have to sit down with your fiance (and your parents, if they’re hosting), and work out what relationships are like and who is likely to be offended. Again, trust your own intuition.

How do we invite guests for a destination wedding?

Does a casual beach ceremony with some Hawaiian sand between your toes sound good to you? Or maybe an intimate little gathering nestled in the Tuscan hills? For many people, a destination wedding is a dream come true, so why say no just because you’re worried about offending a few people? Your guests will understand and it can often suit everyone to just wait until you get home (even after your honeymoon) to celebrate at a big wedding reception. Win, win!

If you and your fiancé come from different parts of the world, wedding reception invitations can be perfect. You can plan a big party later on for the friends and family who couldn’t make it to the actual wedding. And hey, there’s no law against whipping your dress out a second time! Come on, you know you want to.

Can we just run off to the Registry office?

Sick of all the pressure associated with a traditional ceremony? Going to the registry office with your love in a cute dress (or jeans) and a couple of witnesses is the ultimate fuss-free way to tie the knot. The ceremony and wedding reception may even be months apart if the registry office ceremony is coupled with a destination wedding reception that guests need time to save up for. If you are having your registry office ceremony and reception wedding the same day, it is up to you whether you mention the ceremony on your invitation.

Can we just Elope?

Sneaking off to elope is an exciting way to avoid all the hassle, but our only caution is to be mindful of close family members like parents, and whether excluding them will cause tension.

Does an elopement have to be top secret? Although historically they were kept strictly on the down low, these days many couples do announce it on a reception only invitation (the first example listed in the section below) or invite a few people. It’s up to you; just don’t forget your two witnesses!

Separate invitations vs ceremony cards

There are two ways to do your reception only invitations: two separate invites (one for guests coming to both parts of the wedding and one for the reception only, on this card you can list out the order of wedding reception), or just a reception invitation (with a ceremony card included for certain guests). While the first option might be what couples think of first, using ceremony cards for relevant guests can be more practical because it means you only have to print one main invitation design.

If you are looking for wedding reception invitations templates, the great thing is that you can just choose any wedding invitation and customise the wording. Voila!

Wedding Invitation Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts of Wedding Invitations

There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to etiquette for wedding invitation. It is important to include the names of who is getting married, the date, and where the wedding will take place. After that, any other information can be given by word of mouth if necessary, through additional insert cards, or by directing your family and friends to your wedding website. If you’re still worried, we’ve rustled up a few simple Invitation Do’s and Don’ts to save you the stress.

DO: Proofread and be consistent in your language

Make sure the language is consistent throughout your invitation and card suite. The language might be as simple as choosing between colons or hyphens. But there’s also nothing worse than discovering a spelling error on the invitation when it comes back from the printer.

So, proofread! Get your mum to proofread! Make sure they double check it at the printer before it gets sent off! Double check and triple check.

DON’T: Include gift information on the invitation

Gift giving is a huge gesture for people to wish you well at the beginning of a new part of your life. It’s hard to let friends and family know you’re all set for crockery. While it might seem easiest to include a link to your registry on the invitation, wedding invitation etiquette dictates that you avoid this.

There a couple of ways of getting around cluttering your wedding invitation templates: include an additional closure card in your invitation suite, or you can always use word of mouth.

DO: Imply who is hosting through the language of the invitation

While a lot of people now throw their own weddings, it is still proper wedding invitation etiquette to include a host line. The host line lets guests know who to thank when they’re at the bottom of their second bottle of champagne. The easiest way to do this on the invitation is to say the parents of the bride or groom invite the guests to join them in the wedding of their children. For detailed examples, try here.

DON’T: Include a list of food and beverage to be served

The food list is unnecessary on the invitation itself. If it’s important to you that people know what food and drink will be served, you can include an additional enclosure card or place card, with the wedding menu. Or, you can always wait for the reception.

DO: Address guests by their name

Where you can, use full names and titles. It might seem strange to refer to your family friend as ‘Dr. Luke King’, but if your wedding is formal, wedding invitation etiquette is important. Hopefully you’re aware of the names of most of your guests, but if you’re not sure of the name of your cousin’s new girlfriend, ask your aunt. Worst comes to worst, address it your cousin and ‘guest’.

A simple, sleek invitation design often only includes the name of the bride and groom with the essential details. You can get around this by personalising the envelopes or even personalizing the RSVP cards.

DON’T: Say ‘adults only’ or ‘no children.'

This is a tricky one. It depends on the tone of conversation you want to set next time you’re talking to friends. A lot of people would suggest addressing wedding invitations to only the parents, which implies the children aren’t invited. If you’re not sure this is enough to keep screaming toddlers away, consider talking to your friends and family. Mention that this is supposed to be a fun night out; a chance to temporarily hand the apron ties onto someone else.

DO: Give yourself and your guest's plenty of time

You can send save the date cards out six to eight months before the wedding. If you’re not so organised, it’s best to send out the wedding invitations six to eight weeks before the date. This gives your guests plenty of time to organise the details of getting there and away, and they can’t complain when you ask them to RSVP three to four weeks prior. When do you send out the wedding invitations? Normally 6-8 weeks before the big day is a good time to aim for.

If you've got some specific circumstances (like a destination wedding or a wedding near a holiday) check out our guide on when to send wedding invitations for more information.

DON’T: Forget to give information for how to RSVP

Make it clear if you want a quick text message, an official RSVP on a return piece of card or a response to an e-invitation. If people haven’t got back to you by the RSVP date, you can rest assured it isn’t because they didn’t know-how.

DO: Get wedding invitation examples

Get printed examples of wedding invitations in a sample pack from your wedding stationery so that you know what to expect when purchasing your wedding invitations. You can sometimes also request that you get an example of the wedding invitation design that you specifically want or created depending on your supplier. Getting a wedding invitation example is important so that you can not only check the paper and print type, you will be able to see if your fonts, colours and design is legible.


Wedding Invitation Wording Q&A

Navigating the nuances of wedding invitation wording can be intricate, especially when considering plus-ones, children, and indicating the formality of the event. This section dives into various scenarios, providing clarity and etiquette tips to communicate your wishes effectively. Discover how to craft invitations that cater to every guest and every detail of your day.

What is the proper way to word the request or host line on a wedding invitation when it’s not the traditional case of the bride’s parents hosting?

This tends to be one of the trickier parts of invitation wording – as modern weddings are hosted by an array of different parties. Check out our post on the wording of the various hosting situations here.

Does the wedding invitation host line need to coincide with who paid for the wedding?

Not necessarily. Hosting can be used in a flexible manner – parents can be hosts in the traditional way (they planned and paid for the wedding), or in a more honorary sense.

How do we communicate that we are not inviting children to our wedding?

Despite the second-guessing, you might get from friends with kids, it’s perfectly acceptable (and common) to have an adults-only wedding. If you have children in the ceremony, you can opt to have a babysitter come to take care of the kiddies during the reception.

To make your intentions clear on the wedding invite, you can write “Adult Reception” at the bottom right of your invitation. The wedding website is also a good place to clarify and to inform guests that you’ll be providing a childcare service for their convenience if you go down that route.

If guests send in their reply card with the children’s names written in, the onus is on you to give them a call to clarify that you’re having an adult-only wedding.

How do we make it clear that we are not inviting each guest to bring a “plus one”?

Ah, this old sticky chestnut! You can do your best to communicate “no plus one” on your wedding invitation, but more likely than not, you’ll have to have some conversations with particular guests to clarify. You’ll likely have your set of rules around who can and cannot bring a guest.

A few ideas for wedding invitation wording:

On your invitation:

(Insert number) seat(s) reserved in your honour


____ of 1 guests will attend


Write out each invitee's name on the invite, followed by _____ accepts or _____ declines

On your wedding website:

Include a wedding FAQ that reads, “Can I bring a date?” Your A can read, “Not unless we know them well. Our dream wedding is an intimate one, where we can celebrate with our closest friends and family. Thank you for understanding.”


Emphasise the venue size: “Due to the intimate nature of our venue, we are limited in the number of people we can host. We are therefore requesting that you not bring a guest so that our closest friends and family can attend.”

How do we communicate that our wedding is formal, even though the venue is casual?

Include your wedding dress code on the lower right-hand corner of the invite (i.e. cocktail attire, black-tie, etc.) You can include more specifics on your wedding website. Click here for more examples for more formal wedding invitation wording.

How do we invite guests to the ceremony but not the reception?

While it’s somewhat common in Australia to invite some guests to the ceremony-only, it’s important to handle it right, so feelings and friendships don’t get hurt. Your formal wedding invitations should only be sent to guests who are invited to both the ceremony and the reception. Ceremony-only guests can be invited in a more casual manner (i.e. in person, with a phone call or email) – express regret that you can’t invite everyone you want to the reception, but that you’d love to share your special moment with them if they join you for the ceremony.

Can we include our wedding registry details on our invitation or save-the-date?

While etiquette rules certainly change as time goes on, it’s still considered impolite to include your wedding registry details on your invitation or save-the-date. A wedding website is a good way to communicate where you are registered.


Location Servicing: Wedding Invitations produced in Australia, shipped globally

Absolutely! Paperlust proudly produces and ships wedding invitations across Australia, ensuring that couples from coast to coast can access our exquisite range of custom and designer wedding stationery. Whether you're in a bustling c ity or a serene countryside, we deliver your perfectly crafted invitations right to your doorstep, making your wedding planning process smoother and more convenient.

Does Paperlust print in Melbourne Australia?

All of our wedding invitations are quality assured. Our wedding invitations are produced in-house in Melbourne, we quality-check our prints three times before they are dispatched to you. Many large online printers may offer the cheapest price, however, they take little to no care when it comes to the quality of their paper stocks, printing or packaging. At Paperlust we pride ourselves on our quality wedding invitations, triple checked for assurance and with a satisfaction guarantee. Don’t believe us, have a look at the hundreds of five star reviews online from our happy customers.

When it comes to wedding invitations, and all manner of design, Australia has a lot to offer, our designers have their own distinctive aesthetic to create unique designs that you are bound to love.

We love Australian quality printed products, and we hope that after looking through our beautiful range of wedding invitations that you will too. And even better? Our cards aren't just for Aussies. We ship event and wedding invitations to the UK, USA, Canada and almost every other country around the world, and we even have styles suitable for fall wedding invitations. Sure, you'll find our vintage wedding invitations in Brunswick and our contemporary wedding invitations in Wetherill Park, but you'll also find our floral wedding invitations in South Africa and our greenery wedding invitations in Ireland. There's truly something for everyone and every place at Paperlust.

Paperlust uses overnight shipping in Australia and can ship globally within 2-7 business days depending on your location. If you are local, you are welcome to make an appointment in our Oakleigh South store to discuss wedding invitations and other types of stationery.

Does Paperlust ship wedding invitations to Sydney?

Yes, we do! Paperlust is thrilled to offer next-day express delivery to Sydney, ensuring that your beautiful wedding invitations arrive swiftly and seamlessly. Our collaboration with Sydney's most talented creatives brings you an exclusive collection of Sydney-themed wedding invitations, perfect for showcasing the city's vibrant culture and iconic landscapes. From the urban elegance of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge to the serene beauty of Bondi Beach, our designs capture the essence of Sydney. Whether you're inspired by the city's fast-paced culture or its relaxed beach vibes, we have a design that aligns with every style. With Paperlust, you can easily customize your invitations using our design tool, complete with special requests to make your invites truly unique. Celebrate your Sydney wedding with invitations that reflect the sophistication and diversity of this world-class city.

Do you ship wedding invitations to Canada?

Yes we do! Shipping only takes 3-5 business days. Every design sold on Paperlust is completely personalized, which ensures your needs and desires aren't limited by designs that are only almost perfect. Found a design you love but were also hoping to reflect your faith with Christian wedding invitations, Hindu wedding invitations, Jewish or Islamic wedding invitations? Want to give a nod to your heritage with Italian wedding invitations or Indian wedding invitations? Looking to transform one of our designs into your dream wedding invitations? Any of these options are just a few clicks away, meaning the same invitation can work perfectly for thousands of different events.

Canada is a breathtaking nation filled with natural beauty and stretches of wilderness that refresh the soul. Canadian weddings deserve to be just as beautiful and stylish. To tell your love’s story your own way there are many options for wedding invitations in Canada. If you’re planning a spring garden wedding, try floral or botanical invites, or for a winter winery wedding consider burgundy with gold foiling. Can’t find what you like on our site? Paperlust offers the best wedding invites Canada wide so that you can commission your dream stationery for your wedding. If you’re creative and already have an invitation design, you can also print your own design with us. If your budget won’t allow for a customised design but you love the idea of customisation, consider a monogram or a personalised couple logo to grace your invite.

Where can I find high quality cheap wedding invitations in Canada?

We understand that weddings aren’t cheap, and many people are searching for discount wedding invitations in Canada. Do you want the look of DIY wedding invitations in the Canada style without all the hours of hands on work or affordable wedding invitations for Canada-based people that don’t look so … affordable? To nail the wedding invites on the cheap in Canada, stick to Paperlust’s digital printing options or limit the cards in your invitation suite to one or two essentials. The best way to get cheap wedding invitations is by focussing on the basics - what do your guests really need leading up to and on the day to stay informed and also feel valued? Canada’s wedding invites are inherently stylish but they shouldn’t have to break your wedding budget.

Do you ship All in one wedding invitations to Canada?

Another way to do invitations in Canada for a cheap price is to choose all in one wedding invitations Canada style, also known as pocketfold wedding invitations in Canada. They are the best all in one wedding invitations Canada wide and make everyone’s life easier - you can do away with the whole stack of invitation cards and keep things simple. You don’t even need an envelope because everything is together on the one piece of paper!

What Wedding Invitation styles are trending in Canada?

Canadians have a true individual style and aren’t afraid to stand out from the crowd. There’s no difference when it comes time for them to get married, so we have compiled a list of wedding invitation styles that Canadians love (we hope you will too):

  • Passport wedding invitations in Canada
  • Floral wedding invitations in Canada
  • Rustic wedding invitations in Canada
  • Destination wedding invitations in Canada
  • Country wedding invitations in Canada
  • Laser cut wedding invitations in Canada
  • Burlap wedding invitations in Canada
  • Fall wedding invitations in Canada

Paperlust doesn’t just have wedding invitations. We cater for all of your wedding stationery including save the dates, engagement invitations, menus, place cards, thank you cards, hens party invites and bridal or wedding shower invitations in Canada. For the best events stationery and wedding invitations in Canada choose Paperlust.

Does Paperlust ship Wedding Invitations to NZ (New Zealand)?

Yes we do, and with express shipping they should arrive in no time.

Wedding Invitation Sets - We have all the staples for your wedding invitations

We have all your wedding stationery NZ needs, from your wedding invites, thank you cards, engagement party invitations, save the date cards, we have you covered for your entire wedding invitation suite.
Our closest neighbour, New Zealand is not so different from Australia in many ways; they have beautiful natural landscapes and the same relaxed lifestyle vibe that Aussie’s live and breathe. But when it comes to design, New Zealand have their own distinctive style that everyone can appreciate.

Wedding stationery NZ designs

A relaxed style with splashes of bold colour to give some edge. Without moving too far towards quirky, New Zealanders like to have fun with their design. New Zealand designers are able to create designs that appeal to people all over the world, and when it comes to wedding invites - New Zealand designers are just as creative.
Whether focusing on the combination of different colours, the finer details of illustrations, or elegant lettering and typography, our New Zealand designers, just like our Australian ones, know how to create something unique for your wedding day.
New Zealand can really be something special, with so much beautiful scenery, rustic outdoor weddings are very popular so rustic wedding invitations might be what you are looking for, and the landscape of New Zealand provides endless inspiration for many designs. Known for bringing the magic of J. R. R. Tolkien’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’ to life, the scenery is instantly recognisable from all over the world, and New Zealand inspired wedding invites are just another way they can bring some magic to your day.

Trends in NZ

Wedding trends come and go, but with so many themes to choose from, brides will have no trouble finding a style they like. And really, it’s your special day, so choose any theme you like, whether others say it’s in style or not. But just in case you were curious about what’s trending in weddings at the moment:


New Zealand has some stunning parks and gardens, and with floral applique becoming a popular trend with wedding dresses, why not compliment that with floral themed invitations? We have a great range of floral wedding invitations, ranging from the more classic floral print to something more country inspired. You needn’t worry about a floral themed wedding being too girly for the groom either, as there are some stunning designs that are more minimal, or you choose even choose a black and white floral theme for something different. Floral and rustic themes are a popular choice, incorporating the beautiful surrounds into invitations with a handmade feel (or going for full diy wedding invitations NZ themed!).


Watercolour prints are another trend that has shown up on the wedding scene, with florals and pastels taking place of traditional white. Perfect to tie in with a wedding in the spring or summer time, soft watercolours look pretty and romantic, and set in an outdoor venue, with lush green surrounds and multi-coloured flower gardens, creates a dreamy wedding atmosphere. You can choose any colour palette for a watercolour theme, blue, green, purple, mauve, yellow, even mint coloured wedding invitations or blacks and greys. All your wedding stationery can follow a watercolour design, whether you want something bright and bold, or soft and muted.

Tie everything together with your NZ wedding invitations

No matter when trend or style you love, when planning all the aspects of your wedding you should always think to tie everything together with complementing details. All the finer details of your wedding should work together to create the perfect atmosphere for your wedding day, don’t ever think any detail is too small or just doesn’t matter that much, because on your wedding day it all matters!

Even your envelopes can match your wedding theme, with our new envelope liners now available. Envelopes are something that people rarely give much thought too, but instead of just plain envelopes, why not choose something that will add to the overall design?
The designs available for your envelope liners include:

  • Floral
  • Striped
  • Marble
  • Tropical

Paperlust doesn’t just have wedding invitations. We cater for all of your wedding stationery including save the dates, engagement invitations, menus, place cards, thank you cards, hens party invites and bridal or wedding shower invitations in Canada. For the best events stationery and wedding invitations in Canada choose Paperlust.

Shop Online

Browse our huge range from the very best independent designers to find something perfectly tailored for your event. Whether you’re after something inspired by a specific location, or looking to incorporate your cultural background with your current home, we’re the place to find what you’re looking for. Shopping your wedding invites online gives you a range of designs, print types, styles and prices to work with. Bonus, at Paperlust we offer free shipping anywhere in New Zealand, so we’re the best choice for people hunting down affordable options.