I’m a country girl at heart, raised rural and forever obsessed with the small-town pace of life.
Though my wedding wasn’t western, I can certainly see the beauty of a casual, rustic affair. Line dancing, mason jars, and wheat-laden centerpieces? Yes, please! That’s why I was happier than a tick on a hound dog to round up the best country wedding invitations for your big day.
So if you’re getting hitched soon, we’ve got the perfect western wedding invites to welcome your guests to your country-style soiree! When you need to give the lowdown on the hoedown, our favorite rustic wedding invitations will do the trick. Saddle up, and let’s get going!
16 Rustic Yet Elegant Western Wedding Invites We Love
1. The Rodeo Suite Wedding Invitation
by Etsy: SummitAndSage
These invites are genuinely the epitome of cowboy wedding stationery.
The double-sided invite features a customizable monogram framed by a cowboy’s number one tool, rope, and bordered by classic American Western cowboy art. The back has plenty of room for all of your pertinent details in a western yet sophisticated font.
Opt for the full suite, and it will include gorgeous envelopes with more traditional American western art.
2. Old West Customizable Wedding Invite
by Zazzle: Bella Bridals
Watch out, sheriff, there’s a new charming wedding invite in town!
This stationary harkens back to the days of outlaws, sheriffs, and towns of the Wild West. The beautiful, scrolled font on an antique-looking cardstock displays all your wedding info and can be fully customized. Simple and sweet, we love these invites!
3. The Modern Desert Invitation Suite
by Etsy: KaitlynStoneDesign
Cowboy meets contemporary in these perfectly balanced invitations.
The American West is the theme of these lovely modern invites featuring the Superstition Mountains in Arizona. Charming earthen tones and watercolor images grace the front alongside all your details. The full suite includes an invite, detail card, and RSVP card that can be completely personalized and printed at home (or professionally).
If you’re searching for invites with a moody, casual, bohemian, or desert vibe, you’ll love these.
4. Gone to Seed
by Minted: Honeybunch Studio
Get the smelling salts – we’re swooning!
A beautiful, dried bouquet is the perfect backdrop for these rustic wedding invites. You can change the theme to a handful of colors, from subdued taupe to rich cranberry. Alternatively, you can choose to add a photo of you and your ride or die after editing the invite details.
Available as a full suite, these simple, southern invites are the whole package!
5. Wynona Western Wedding Invite
by Etsy: UnmeasuredEvent
There’s a wide array of western wedding themes out there, from cowboy to contemporary.
We think this stationery is the perfect combination. Modern fonts paired with bold western graphics and fun colors keep things casual but elegant. We love the earthy tan and aqua color-combo, though you can change it to match your theme. Heck, you can even edit the wording, font, and font color on this set.
6. Wedding Barn Invitations
by Etsy: VipInvitationStudio
Is there anything more country than barnwood? We think not!
Distressed wood grain printed in high quality is a stunning backdrop for these ranch-themed wedding invites. A barrel full of country flowers adds a sweet, feminine touch. They are particularly lovely for brides who favor the calla lily, as it’s prominently featured in the printed bouquet.
Suitable for farm, rustic, or western weddings, these customizable invites offer everything you need to invite your guests to your southern inspired shindig.
7. In the Country
by Minted: Paper Sun Studio
Thinking of country sans cowboy? These charming invites are casual, sweet, and have a comforting, homey feel.
Don’t be fooled, though – their stunning foil-pressed construction is anything but simple. Choose your color theme, and an array of wildflowers and foliage will be printed on thick, shimmering cardstock. It borders all your wedding details, prominently visible so nothing will be overlooked by guests!
We just can’t get over how enchanting these invites are. We wish we could see the awe-inspiring country wedding to follow!
8. Editable Wedding Invitation
by Etsy: GlamtasticInvites
These invites promise lemonade in mason jars, outdoor dances under strings of lights, and wagon wheel décor. At least, that’s what we envision!
Rustic, boho, and beautifully western, we adore the pairing of distressed wood and baby’s breath florals featured on this stationary. It is a digital download, so you have free reign to customize them as you see fit.
From the moment your guests get their hands on these custom wedding invitations, they’ll be counting down the days until your backyard ceremony.
9. Yellowstone Valley Invitation
by Etsy: NestingProjectPaper
Can we frame these invitations as art?
The Yellowstone backdrop highlighted by the warm sun and set against a light blue sky is positively breathtaking. It’s a refined and elegant take on the traditional western invitation. There’s just enough space to add your pertinent information. However, guests likely won’t be able to tear their eyes away from the mesmerizing artwork.
You can include a personalized envelope or send it as a stand-alone postcard.
10. Farm String Lights Invitation
by Zazzle: RusticWeddings
Getting married in a barn hasn’t always been trendy, but we’re so glad it is now!
Barn weddings are relaxed, beautiful, and offer such a loving, down-home atmosphere. That’s what these invites say in a nutshell. Strings of glowing lights hang above a classic, wooden outbuilding that practically beckons guests to come on in and hang up their hats.
Whether you’re having a farm wedding or simply want a charming rustic invite, this stationary fits the bill.
by Minted: Hooray Creative
These chic but country invites set the tone perfectly for the glamorous country bride.
Distressed barnwood takes on a modern, contemporary look with its white-washed tones. All your ceremony information is front and center and can be personalized in terms of content and color. Add a picture if you wish, include an envelope, or send it as a postcard.
Your guests will be sure to get the notion that only their finest cowboy boots and Stetson hats will be allowed.
12. Sunflower Rose
by Zazzle: Rustic Weddings
The rich colors of this sunflower invite make it positively breathtaking!
We love the sultry hue of the roses and the cheery sunflowers (a quintessential western bloom) framed upon the dark barn wood background. The cute mason jar string lights add a nice casual touch!
There are many personalization options, from shape to size, and even paper-type. Upon receiving this invite, your guests will undoubtedly want to saddle up to join you for your sunflower soiree.
13. Slated Forever
by Minted: GeekInk Design
Some things are classic western, like burlap, barn wood, and…chalkboards.
Which is why we’re head over cowgirl boots for this black and white beaut. The artwork and customizable font are so well done it appears as if it is handwritten. A hint of décor and a touch of florals add a bit of femininity, while the western-style font is a nod to your cowboy.
14. Horseshoes Lace
by Zazzle: Jinaiji
We adore how this western wedding invite perfectly illustrates tying the knot.
Two horseshoes are roped together upon a backdrop of lace and baby’s breath. It’s like all those western wedding romance books come to life, where the lovely but capable damsel is swooped off her feet by the cowboy. *Sigh*
This is the romantic western stationary of our dreams. Customize everything from the shape to the cardstock and size.
15. Cowboy Western Wedding Invitations
Saloons, stand-offs, and wild west sheriffs don’t have anything on these cowboy invites!
Rustle up your friends and family members for a sure-fire good time with these barbed wire and boots wedding invitations. Framed as a wanted poster, your guests will learn where they need to be and when, if they want to witness the “I do’s.”
The wedding invitation set includes the invites, RSVP cards, detail cards, and matching envelopes.
16. Turquoise Brown Western Invite
by Zazzle: Chic Wedding Boutique
Turquoise and brown are undeniably country – ask any cowboy or cowgirl.
We love the elegance exuded by this alluring invite. A faux leather background is perfect for the embossed turquoise pattern that gives major western vibes. It’s a charming way to let your guests know about your impending rustic-themed nuptials. Its unique, square shape is also a fun alternative to the standard 5 x 7 invite.
Quick Guide to Wedding Invitation Wording
Once you’ve settled on your ideal western wedding invitation, it’s time to consider what you’ll actually write on the invitation. Here are a few tips on how to garner a “Yee-haw” or a “Naw” from your RSVPs.
The host. Traditionally, the wedding invite would include the name of the set of parents who were hosting (read: paying the bill). However, modern couples usually choose to have the names of both sets of parents. Sometimes, a couple will instead simply state “together with their parents” and then list their names. Regardless, this info typically is placed at the top of the invite.
The request. You’ll need to write what you expect of your guests, which is that they attend the wedding. There are many ways you can do this, such as “request the honor of your presence,” “would love your company,” or “invite you to attend.”
The details. Arguably the most important part, be sure to include anything pertinent on your invite. This consists of the date and time, the location, reception information, and other wedding events, such as a post-wedding brunch. Be specific!
The dress code. Even if you don’t have a formal dress code, it is still nice to include dress code information. Deciding what to wear can be stressful for guests if you don’t provide them with at least a little bit of direction! However, guests can typically determine the dress code based on how fancy or casual your invitation is if you forget.
The RSVP. Most couples choose to include a separate RSVP card that guests can complete and send back. Alternatives include providing a contact person to send regrets only or instructions on how to RSVP on your wedding website.
Saddle Up to Say “I Do”
There’s something so special about western weddings. Maybe it’s the casual atmosphere or the sweet simplicity of it all. Still, I always feel like they just radiate love and happiness.
Whether you’re seeking an invite theme that is geographical “out west” or the quintessential Old West, these invites are perfect for your rustic, country, or casual nuptials.
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Megan’s wedding experience began over a decade ago when planning her dream ceremony. Since then, three kids have been added to the mix. Megan wholeheartedly embraces all things baby, childhood, and family. When she isn’t writing or chasing little ones you can find her running, hiking, or reading.