Top 7 Wedding Invitation Trends-2014 Wedding Trends Part 4
When talking about wedding invitations, they are one of the thousand small details that have to be just right in order to make your big day a perfect one. For some guests, the wedding invitations will be the only contact they have with you before the event, which will guide how others perceive it. The theme today is about the top 7 wedding invitation trends for the year 2014. Let’s check them out.
No. 1 Lace, Damask and Pearls
A classic that never fades is lace, damask and pearls, which will continuously popular and one of the hottest wedding invitations in the year 2014. For more lace wedding invitations, please click here.
No. 2 Floral
Floral wedding invitations have always been hot but in 2014 they’ll be even bigger, from traditional blooms to shabby chic patterns.
No. 3 Vintage
You’ll see vintage luxury inspired by the Art Deco era – like Great Gatsby.
No. 4 Hint of Sparkle
Whether it’s a small paillette or a frame decorated in sequins, these styles will be big bonus to your perfect wedding invitations.
No. 5 Stripes & Chevron
The color navy blue is one of the hottest wedding colors next year and some of the weddings are nautical theme. Stripes and chevron can best describe the nautical and work with the color blue.
No. 6 Burlap
Like it or not, burlap will increasingly work its way, but in different ways, like a burlap rope or decorated by burlap.
No. 7 Color Matters More
Hot wedding colors for 2014 include coral, turquoise, peach, gray and my favorite, navy blue, all of which can be mixed with a variety of secondary colors to create a beautiful effect.
At elegantweddinginvites.com, they have some fabulous wedding stationery with affordable price. And please be noted that you can personalize the invitations as you like for free. We’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas on wedding invitations, bridal shower invitations and save the dates, or if you’d like to contact us regarding a special custom card for yourself then contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.