Since flowers are a significant part of every wedding, floral prints will be appropriate for your invitations and save-the-date cards any time of year, but they are especially fitting for spring and summer weddings. They are an endless source of inspiration because they are so romantic and colourful. You can also make a wedding theme out of this wedding stationery trend, and use the same design for reception decor and bonbonniere.
Colour-wise, this theme allows you to choose any wedding stationery design from monochromatic patterns to vivid hues splashed on light-coloured paper. For vintage themed weddings think pastels and washed-out colours. Ivory, soft ballerina pink and pale orange are perfect because they are so light and romantic, but you can add dark golden shades for a more aged look. Imagine a fun vintage themed wedding reception inspired by the roaring twenties with lovely old-fashioned stationery! Roses in pastel colours are the first thing that comes to mind when you try to visualise your wedding invitation.
It is very important to impress your guests with a beautiful and stylish wedding stationery design, so think of something original and eye-catching. Watercolour style wedding invitations with vivid floral designs are very on-trend at the moment and we absolutely love them! You can choose different types of paper and a wide range of fonts to add a personal touch. With a crisp white backdrop and bold typography you can make them look modern, but with dark paper and an old-style font, they can seem rustic or even antique. When thinking what kind of colour palette would work well for this type of design, recall your favourite spring and summer flower bouquets. Mix lemon yellow with fuchsia and lime green, add electric orange and make a contrast with a nice soft sand shade, ivory or light brown to make this wedding stationery trend really work.
Fun, quirky graphics are a great option too and if you want a unique wedding stationery design, colourful illustrations from children’s books are a fabulous source of inspiration and are definitely very popular at modern weddings! If you prefer something more classical and glamorous, minimalistic floral patterns on white or black paper printed in a contrasting colour is a fabulous idea. Dark red or chocolate brown on white paper will look very beautiful, or a crisp white illustration on black paper is also a stylish and contemporary option.
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