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Wedding season is upon us, and did you know you can use your Cricut machine to help create all types of projects to complement your (or their) special day? Whether you want to send your best wishes to a happy couple, decorate with unique and beautiful wedding paper crafts, or invite folks to your own wedding, these Cricut wedding card ideas are a fun way to put a personal touch on the big event!

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We Cordially Invite You …

Creating your own wedding invitations allows you to put a personal spin on your invites at a fraction of the cost of buying them yourself! My “Laser Cut” Filigree Wedding Invitations are beautiful, but why is “Laser Cut” in quotes? Because these aren’t laser cut at all — they just look like they are! Use your Cricut or another cutting machine to cut the perfect wedding invitations with intricate designs that only LOOK expensive. Don’t forget to make the matching RSVP cards and “Thank You” cards!

Click here to see the full card tutorial, or just look for design #145 in our free public library!

Discover 20+ Cricut Wedding Card Ideas in JenniferMaker's post! A soft pink filigree wedding invitation.

If you’re looking for something a little quicker, my easy insert cards are a fantastic way to save money on your wedding preparations. Use the rose, bouquet, and love designs to make your own wedding invitations, save-the-date cards, or thank you cards in a flash. 

My Infinity Card with Photos makes a fun invitation design with unique photos of you and your spouse-to-be. You can use them for engagement announcements, too! There are so many unique ways to use my crafts and card designs for all things wedding-related. 

Click here to learn more about the infinity card, or just look for design #531 in our free public library!

For a cute and simple save-the-date card, send a Paper Winged Heart with hidden message. You can also use it for a unique RSVP card — your guests can respond using the little note inside! 

Send Congrats!

Looking to send a message of congratulations to the new couple? Take the customization to the next level: fill my Love Shaker Card with glitter or charms representing the newlyweds for a personalized touch they’ll love. 

Click here to learn more about the shaker card, or just look for design #281 in our free public library!

Discover 20+ Cricut Wedding Card Ideas in JenniferMaker's post! A pink shaker card with "Love" on the front.

Make and send a beautiful floral Shaped Edge Card in their wedding colors, and use your Cricut to write inside of it

These jaw-dropping Stained Glass Cards are as elegant as they are easy. Plus, did you know the dragonfly represents harmony, good luck, and prosperity? What a beautiful symbol to use for a wedding!

Click here to learn more about the stained glass card, or just look for design #152 in our free public library!

Learn how to make layered stained glass cards with JenniferMaker's tutorial using a Cricut! Two Print then Cut stained glass cards featuring tropical flowers and a dragonfly with flowers sit with envelopes on a blue backdrop.

Cards with a Seasonal Spin 

If you want your Cricut wedding card ideas to coordinate with the time of year, look no further than these seasonal options.

You can make and decorate my Spring Flower Trellis card as-is, or mix it up with other flower shapes like roses for a custom twist!

Click here to learn more about the trellis card, or just look for design #38 in our free public library!

Discover 20+ Cricut Wedding Card Ideas in JenniferMaker's post! A tri-fold trellis card with sunflowers.

Add an artistic touch to a summertime message of congrats with my Inked Edge Cards. I’ll show you how to make your own with a unique look using distress ink, step-by-step!

My Fall Leaves Filigree Card is great for a message of congratulations or an invitation to an autumn wedding

These elegant red and white Side Edge Card designs make a lovely invitations, messages of congratulations, or thank-you cards. Customize them with different colors for different wedding themes or seasons!

Three side edge cards with Cricut featuring hearts, a woman in a heart-covered dress, and roses.

Card + Gift = LOVE

Like the happy couple, some things are just better together. Make your congrats card part of the gift, too! Is a new home on the horizon for your newlyweds? A gift card makes a great present inside my House Gift Card Holder.

Try these cute card making ideas with Jennifer Maker's tutorials!

Can you barely contain your excitement for the couple-to-be on their wedding day? Gift a Heart-Shaped Explosion Box filled with warm wishes, tiny tokens, and gift cards! Don’t forget to check out the Original Explosion Box, too.

Whether you paint the image in advance or gift it as a card/craft combo, my Watercolor Cards are as fun as they are memorable!

Want them to have their cake and spend it too? Give every newlywed couple’s favorite gift: Cold hard cash! My Money Cake isn’t technically a card, but I promise they won’t mind. 

Say “I Do” to 3D Cards

While many of my card designs can be wedding-appropriate with a few tweaks, I’ve found my new favorite: Simply leave off the candles, and this one becomes a Pop-Up Wedding Cake Card! Change the cardstock to match the wedding color palette. 

Send a BIG congrats with a Pop-Up Flower Bouquet that folds flat to fit in an envelope! These make adorable congratulations cards, or a memorable invitation your guests can’t possibly misplace. 

Send your love (or a super cute save-the-date) with my Pop-Up Hearts Card! You can show pride or support with the rainbow color scheme, or customize them to match your wedding theme.

Again, not technically a card, but I couldn’t leave this one out! Fill my Jumping Box with homemade confetti for a startlingly fun twist on a simple congrats!

Enveloped in Love

Every card needs an envelope, and I’ve got some lovely and unique options you can cut yourself in my Envelope Tutorial. Be sure to consult the size chart in the blog post to be sure you’re cutting the right size envelope for your card.

Yellow, blue, and green paper used to make DIY envelopes

Make My Favorite Cricut Wedding Card Ideas!

I hope you’ll make some of these Cricut wedding card ideas for the wedding celebrations you’re attending this year! This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more, there is no additional cost)! Read my full disclosure policy.

Materials for Cricut Wedding Card Ideas

See the page for specifics on each projects, but many use these materials and supplies:

Answers to Your Questions About Making Cricut Wedding Cards

Q: Can you make wedding cards with Cricut?

A: You can make all kinds of DIY projects for wedding cards and wedding gifts this season with a Cricut cutting machine! I have easy card tutorials, all the way up to more complex vinyl and sublimation projects for experienced crafters. Crafting with a Cricut is easy when you follow my simple step-by-step tutorials.

Q: Can you show me how to make a wedding card easy?

A: I sure can! Just click on each link above to find that project’s tutorial. Follow my easy steps and you’ll be making a wedding card in no time. 

Q: Is the Cricut Joy good for wedding DIY?

A: You can make all types of projects for weddings with a Cricut Joy! Most of these cards can be sized to fit a Cricut Joy or Joy Xtra, and you can use one make other projects like name cards, save-the-dates, and RSVP cards easily and on-the-go. 

Q: What materials do you need to make cards with Cricut?

A: While there are a variety of materials you can use to make Cricut cards, the most important, main ingredient is high-quality cardstock. Specifically, 65 pound, solid-core cardstock is my favorite, but you can use any kind you like — like glitter, shimmer, foil, patterned, textured, and more. There’s a lot you can do with some paper, but you can make magic when you add some glue, adhesive dots, or even a foil transfer kit, debossing tip, and more. 

Q: Is it worth it to DIY wedding invitations?

A: Whether using a done-for-you template or using your own design for your invitation cards, I think it can absolutely be worth it to make your own. Depending on the materials you choose, you can make less expensive, more personalized Cricut wedding invitations than anything you can purchase from a stationary company. If you have the time, DIY wedding projects are a great way to save money!

Q: What size should a wedding card be? 

A: Wedding cards are typically around 5″ x 7″, but there are no rules about how big (or small) you can go! The size you choose is ultimately up to you. Just make sure your machine can handle the cuts and material sizes you want to use, and be sure to make or choose the right size envelope

Discover 20+ Cricut Wedding Card Ideas in JenniferMaker's post!

Q: What should not be included in a wedding invitation?

A: There are a few rules of thumb to consider when creating and sending your wedding invites:


  • Make sure you send your invitations at least 3-4 months before the wedding
  • Make an organized guest list before making your invitations
  • Address wedding invitation envelopes by hand — or use your Cricut to write them!
  • Don’t be afraid to ask for help!


  • Don’t forget to include directions, maps, parking, and hotel info for out-of-town guests
  • Don’t include registry or gift information 
  • Don’t forget to include RSVP information, or an RSVP card

Q: Do you have any other wedding crafts I can make? 

A: I sure do! Here are some of my favorite crafts you can tweak in creative ways to complement your wedding preparations:

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I love seeing what you make with my designs and how you use them! Please share a photo of your Cricut wedding card ideas in our Facebook group or tag me on social media with #jennifermaker.


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