Our 10 Favorite Rustic Wedding Invitations

Rustic Wedding Invitations are perfect for an outdoor ceremony. How about in the forest, surrounded by shade of tall trees and colorful leaves? Maybe a countryside wedding, on a grassy hill or a prairie surrounded by vibrant wildflowers. Another popular location for rustic weddings is in a barn, with vintage wood paneling and rural surroundings, in a small town where everyone knows your name, kind of like Cheers ;) We have put together our 10 favorite rustic wedding invitations so you can find the perfect invitation for your pastoral wedding celebration!

Rustic Wedding Invitations

#1. By the Campfire

By the Campfire is illustrated with an artistic drawing of a campfire. It is a relaxing scene where you can gather your friends and family to share in the love you have found with your soon to be bride or groom. Have a truly unique wedding reception under the stars with the fire burning bright, like the fire that will burn deep in your hearts for the rest of your lives.

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah Invitation Etiquette

A bar or bat mitzvah is the stepping stone in the young child's life, as they become an adult member of the congregation. As I'm sure you already know, this happens at age 13. And if your son or daughter is approaching their birthday you are getting ready for their mitzvah ceremony. Here are some guidelines to help you with the invitation process!

Time Frame

We recommend ordering your invitations about 3 months before your event. You want to make sure your guests receive the invitation at least one month in advance. We recommend to send the invitations 4-6 weeks before the date of the event. Standard etiquette is to request a response (RSVP) for the party 3 weeks in advance. No RSVP is needed for the ceremony, as it is open to the entire congregation. It is common for the family to host a private party or luncheon after the service, this is where the RSVP comes into play! It is also customary to leave the party details off the general invitation and include an insert card for those invited to the private celebration.