If you want traditional nautical wedding invitations, stick with a timeless palette of navy, red, and white. Especially if you are having a seafood dinner, use an icon like a crab or lobster (like this fetching example).
The most popular icon featured on nautical wedding invitations is an anchor. Such a classic statement, use an anchor throughout your wedding details, such as your guestbook, welcome signage, and at the top of your menus.
Want a nautical wedding with a lighter palette? Use aqua or mint with navy to create a beachy vibe, such as with this striped wedding invitation. Paired with a gold envelope, it's a modern interpretation of a classic theme.
Blending nautical with East Coast prep is a popular wedding combo. Use navy and pink stripes everywhere from the lined envelopes to the groomsmen's ties.
Who knew floral invitations and anchors paired so well? When your nautical event is in the heart of summer, add bright flowers and watercolor stripes for a very pretty wedding invite.
For a unique spin on nautical, go with an illustration that suits your own event's theme. If you are hosting your wedding at a marine museum or historical site, give a nod with vintage maps and a more neutral palette.
For the lighthearted couple, partner your nautical theme with retro details for a fun decor scheme. This invitation suite incorporated tattoo-inspired fonts and sherbet hues to set a playful mood.
Want to take your nautical theme up a notch? Go a little more formal by using elegant extras like envelopes lined with map prints and letterpress embossing.
Don't want to really go all-out nautical for your waterfront affair? Stick with paper goods that are clean, simple, and sophisticated. This navy and green invite hints at a nautical theme without being too on the nose.
Who doesn't love a day at the beach? This happy little whale will make your guests smile and most certainly encourage them to check the "will attend" box.