Shop Congratulatory Wedding Cards Before It's Too Late

Don't be caught in the midst of wedding season without stocking up on a few of these stationery staples.
by Andrea Fowler

We know how it goes: From requesting off work, arranging travel and picking out the perfect outfit, sometimes you forget about getting a card until you're already on your way. Our suggestion? When you send in your RSVP, start searching for the perfect card that will make the happy couple feel extra special. Whether you're congratulating your best friend from college or a close family member, we did all the shopping for you. Check out our favorite cards below. (And don't worry—when you open up the card and become intimidated by all that white space, we got your back there too.)

  1. Words of Excitement

    Gold foil congratulatory wedding card

    Nothing says, "I'm so happy for you!" quite like big, bold gold foil letters. And the (recycled!) polka dot envelope will be sure to stand out from the crowd. Bonus: This peppy card is a great fit for any wedding party, from engagement parties to honeymoon homecomings.

    Katie Leamon Yippee card, $6,

  2. Simple and Sweet

    Sugar Paper wedding card

    We love a good calligraphy font, even more so when there's foil involved. And that envelope liner? Adorable. With a design like this, you don't need to write too much to hit that sentimental note.

    Sugar Paper Happy for You card, $6,

  3. Colorful Wisdom

    Little Arrow wedding card

    Start the newlyweds off with a sweet reminder of how amazing their new shared life is going to be. Group gifting this card? Ask everyone to write something that's better shared in their note. (Funny or serious, you can't go wrong.)

    Brianna Bulski Best Things in Life card, $5,

  4. Toasting to the Grooms

    Same sex wedding card from Papyrus

    Perfect for two dapper grooms, this card is both stylish and handsome. In case you're having writer's block, draw inspiration from the preprinted message: "Very special wishes for a lifetime of love and happiness."

    Papyrus Two Grooms Silhouette card, $6,

  5. Illustration Goodness

    Paperless Post wedding card designed by Red Cap Cards

    Doesn't this design just make you want to smile? Pair this sweet illustration of a bride and groom with some heartfelt words of congrats for a true keepsake.

    Red Cap Cards Perfect Wedding card, $2,

  6. Bright Wildflowers

    Egg Press floral print wedding card

    Bright, cheery colors are sure to make the newlyweds feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Jazz up the kraft paper with a wax seal or foil sticker over the envelope closure for extra style points.

    Egg Press Wild Floral Wedding card, $6,

  7. Rainbow Lovin'

    Hello Lucky same-sex wedding card

    Show your love and support with a heart colored totally with pride. You'll be showing off your love for the environment too, since this deisign is 100 perfect recycled.

    Hello! Lucky Rainbow Heart card, $5,

  8. Happy Tears

    Wedding card form Papyrus

    Whether it's your sister, best friend from college or a dear family friend who's about to tie the knot, let her know how excited you are to get seriously emotional. After opening this up, odds are she'll be crying happy tears too.

    Papyrus Sob Uncontrollably card, $7,

  9. Cheeky Humor

    Wedding cards from Sapling Press

    Josh Hara teamed up with Sapling Press to bring his pithy one-liners to greeting card form, perfect for anyone whose love language is more sarcastic than sentimental. Some cheeky advice is perfect for the friend who just gets you.

    Sapling Press Tandem Bike card, $5,; Fast Walker card, $5,

  10. So Pumped

    Ladyfingers Letterpress wedding card

    Are you just so psyched you can't handle it anymore? Want to sing your praises to the sky? This is the card for you. If you can't wait until the wedding day, fill it with congrats for the engagement and pop it in the mail ASAP.

    Ladyfingers Letterpress So Psyched card, $5,

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