Selecting the right wedding stationery can be a difficult task given the amount of choice now available to brides. But there are some key themes that will never go out of fashion. Here, Sophie from Imagine Invites reveals six of her favourite looks that stand the test of time…
Summer Garden Keys
Rustic is everywhere right now and our Spring Garden Keys design is a fun twist on this theme. Combined with other hessian details, this stationery would work perfectly for summer wedding. You could also follow the key theme through the day with jey logos on table centres and actual vintage keys as favours.
Lace will never go out of fashion for weddings but this Spring Garden design with turquoise and pink gives it a modern slant. Teaming the bold colours with the traditional lace and brooch details makes this the perfect combination of something old and something new.
Floral details could be seen up and down the bridal catwalks for 2015 so why not work them into your stationery too? This Simple Rose design has a really homemade feel – why not continue in this vain with DIY details, hanging rose garlands and roses in your bouquet?
Another take on the floral theme, our Rustic Rose collection features the 3D rose detail but this time combines it with a more striking colour palette. The brown card backing gives a nod to the rustic vibe. Perfect if you’re planning a pink or purple wedding theme.
Classic white will never date in your pictures – that’s why our traditional boxed invitation with pearl brooch and satin bow detail is so popular time and time again. Everything about it shouts elegance without being too overstated. Chic, simple and perfect for every time of year.
Bright and Beautiful
Our Bright & Beautiful range is a real show stopper! The rich, contemporary Indian influence within these designs really make them stand out from the traditional crowd – they have a real feeling of fun and dance about them, and they’ll definitely get your guests in the mood to celebrate!
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