Spring is upon us and that means summer isn’t far behind! (Not that we’re excited or anything!) As far as your wedding planning goes, you could say your wedding stationery is the first big impression of your special day and one that you can really personalise, from the colours, size, font, paper stock and even wording – depending on how traditional and formal you may want to go.

We have a feast of colourful wedding stationery that you’ll love just as much as we do and GOOD NEWS… many of these designs can be personalised to include a complete set from Save the dates to your table plan. Step ONE: Establish your wedding theme/colour/style and check out the designs and designers that we’re raving about for SS17…

 

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Lucy says I do: Photography by Laura hutchinson

 

If a festival of colour is flying the flag at your wedding, this serious floral print statement possesses the perfect playful balance of neat chic and boho – fit for any inspired outdoor soiree.

 

Stationery for spring 1
belopaperie.co.uk: Summer garden save the date, £1.50

 

Romantic, fluffy, delicate and dreamy – everything you want your wedding to be and more! Fresh blush pinks and purples evoke blossoming love, romancing calligraphy all in a watercolour wash effect to suit an understated and feminine colour palette.

 

elegantws.co.uk: Bridal Shower card
blushandgold.co.uk: Save the date

 

 

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Lucy Says I do: Photography by Mark Tattersall

For the country bride hosting a stylish barn wedding, traditional botanical stems, British strawberries and foliage suggest an endearing and whimsical ‘Beatrix Potter’ illustrative theme to satisfy the nature enthusiastic and book worm in you!

 

Stationery for spring 3
lilyandjacksstudio.com: Floral-Wreath-Collection

 

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Lucy says I do: Photography by Laura hutchinson

Will travel feature in the theme of your day? Pretty and intricate henna style patterns provide an elegant and cultured edge perhaps reminiscent of a special trip you both embarked on together?! San serif fonts and ample white space allow for a sophisticated spring look in pretty pink and earthy mustard.

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