Are you planning your big day for spring 2015? Then check out these super wedding stationery ideas from experts Ruby Blue. Which one would suit your theme?


We love this cute design with a tandem and bunting image. It features soft pastel shades that are perfect for a spring wedding. Printed on beautiful thick silk weave textured card to add a little luxury to this simple design, co-ordinating stationery is also available.



If you love the rustic look, this wedding invitation made from kraft eco card would be ideal for you. Featuring a unique design with a crisp print finish, it’s also available on the silk weave white textured card.


Vintage Rose Postcard

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This beautiful postcard design with a vintage rose would work perfectly if you were planning a travel theme. Printed on thick ivory textured card with co-ordinating kraft envelopes. The vintage rose design can be used right across the stationery range.


Messy Hearts

A cute design with three little hearts is completely unique.  Hand painted with a touch of messy texture, this design offers more of a quirky feel compared to the more traditional invitations. It’s shown here in a light pink for a spring wedding, but the hearts can be altered to any colour scheme that suits you.



Incorporating a satin ribbon and a personalised tag, this Grace design looks wonderful in this spring-like sage green but also works well in pastel pink and gold. A thick ivory textured card is used for this luxurious invitation and the wallet design holds all of your important information.



A mixture of kraft brown and textured ivory card are used here along with with raffia and a wooden button, perfect to add a rustic touch to your celebrations.


Floral Vintage Lace Buting

Garden party receptions shouldn’t be without this super springtime design! Bunting is bang on-trend and perfect for a vintage theme.This design can also look slightly rustic if you swap the ribbon for jute thread.


So you might have found your perfect stationery design now, but do you know what to write in it? Check out our handy feature here that explains it all…