It’s been awhile since last time we talked about wedding invitations! Royal Steamline‘s vintage designs are not for the faint of the heart. They are one of our awesome sponsors, and whose owner you may have seen as a bride from a this vintage eclectic wedding I featured last year. Aerin and Jeremy is the husband and wife team behind Royal Steamline, based in Portland, Oregon. They design vintage, steampunk, gothic and retro wedding invitations (and websites too!) through a subtle combination of shadows, textures and vintage illustrations, and blend a variety of elements and eras to produce unique designs for brides and grooms across the globe. The invitations below are just some of my favorites. The vintage Paris postcard invitation immediately reminds me of this engagement session in Paris I posted a few days ago!

Royal Steamline Vintage Gothic Steampunk Wedding Invitations

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  • These are awesome! I get loads of requests from brides for invites like this so shall have to point them in the Royal Steamline direction.

  • love these!

  • We just placed our order for wedding invitations….and I REALLY wish I’d known about Royal Steamline weeks ago……sigh.

  • These are….brilliant and beautiful. thank you for sharing.

  • I adore these!

  • Kat

    Hooray!! I love seeing posts about these guys. Royal Steamline tweaked one of their designs for us, and I have never gotten more compliments on anything before – my uncle actually emailed me after he’d already said they wouldn’t be able to come, and said “Wow. Double wow. I hadn’t actually seen your invitations until now. That’s a serious work of art, and way way cool. That is the BEST wedding invite I’ve ever seen. And I’m not just saying that to kiss butt because we’re not coming.” So yeah, um – best wedding vendors I chose so far. GO THERE.

  • Chris Daly

    Those are very cool. I did something in a similar vein for my save the date cards except in a retro communist propaganda poster. Check it out here: