1) Mulberry's vintage book
Unless you've got a mega budget this one's for a smaller wedding (postage costs!) but how romantic to send your guests a small vintage book wrapped up in string, like Mulberry's s/s2015 invites? You can pick up books for as little as 20p each at a book fair. Even if you're not able to do books we love that blue and white string.
2) Burberry's oversized illustration
We like the idea of mixing big hand-illustration with type. It's worth commissioning someone who can get the script just right, like up-and-coming fashion illustrator Dee Andrews.
3) Prada's fabric topper
Give your invites a cool bespoke look by buying a few metres of fabric in a colour you love and stitching a strip along the top of the card. Borrow a sewing machine to save time and choose a soft blotting card which can hold a running stitch. We like the frayed look at the edges of the fabric.
4) Erdem's black ribbon
Sometimes the simplest looks are the best. If you're having a sleek city wedding why not swap pink ribbon for chic black on your invite - very Vera Wang.
5) Dolce & Gabbana's kids doodles
The latest Dolce collection - and invites - featured sweet children's drawings (inspired by Angelina Jolie's wedding dress perhaps?) If you don't want something formal and you've got a little artistically-minded daughter/son/niece/nephew, why not get them to do the artwork for your wedding invite instead?
6) Delpozo's paper cut-outs
A white on white cut-out look is SO chic. You can make something similar to this yourself with card, a stencil and a steady hand, or get something laser cut by a professional. Cut-out king Rob Ryan is still the best at this sort of thing.
7) Hunter's iron-on badge
An iron-on badge! Isn't this is a cool idea for a save the date? Other ideas include: fridge magnets, origami (that folds flat) and keyrings.
8) Jimmy Choo's kaleidoscope invite
Ok - we admit this is a big budget option, but how AMAZING to send your guests a card kaleidoscope announcing your wedding when they look inside it? No-one's going to forget that in a hurry.