Vintage-Inspired Mad Lib Wedding Invitations

It makes my heart sing just a bit every time that I hear about a couple finding their wedding invitation designer through one of my past posts. So when Molly from Paisley Quill sent over these awesome vintage-inspired wedding invitations – with a mad lib rsvp card! – that she created for readers Meg and Tyler, I was beyond thrilled!


From Molly: The bride and groom, Meg and Tyler, had a big part in the design.  They wrote the fun poem on the itinerary and the Mad Lib response. We also included a favorite Dr. Seuss quote that was meaningful to them in the main invitation.


Meg and Tyler are getting married at a Winery in Connecticut. They wanted a response that looked like a ticket to their big event.



I used soft cotton letterpress paper for the invitation suite, and had it flat printed.  Meg and Tyler are going to use vintage stamps as well.  I made mailing labels out of a vintage map of Connecticut where the wedding is taking place and wrapped them around transparent envelopes.

Thanks so much Molly – and a big thanks to Meg and Tyler for reading!  For a bit more about the design process for Meg and Tylers wedding invitations, check out the Paisley Quill blog.

{image credits: Molly Myers | Paisley Quill}

  1. these are so fun! I love the use of the different types and colors. How fun! It really brings a different perspective to wedding invites and stationary! Kudos!

  2. I love these invitations. The Mad Lib RSVP card is such a fun idea. And the vellum envelopes look great with the map wrapped around the middle. What a happy thing for everyone involved!

  3. I ran into your blog a few days ago and i was thinking that you had alot of pics of wedding cakes on one of your side bars….can’t find it again could you let me know where to find them if it was yours? i love all your invites and pictures yo are oh so talented.

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