10 Hottest Wedding Invitation Trends for 2016
As one of the most important parts, setting the basic tone for your big day, wedding invitations have never been more gorgeous. From luxury stationery to rustic styles, gold foil to custom monograms, we’ll see detailed designs on better papers, turning each invitation into a work of art this year. Here’re top 10 trends for 2016 wedding invitations and I’m sure you’ll be inspired.
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Let’s start with envelope liner, which is the first thing guests will see when they open your invite. Having a little fun with envelope liners will make a really eye-poping mail.
A Touch of Sparkling
You may know that sparkle is in for 2016 wedding plannings, why not adding a touch of sparkling on your invitations? Metallic accents or shimmery cards both work!
Sending out a whole set wedding stationery including invitation cards, rsvp cards, reception cards or any cards you need and package them with a pocket, like laser cut pocket wedding invitations or pockets to match your wedding color schemes.
Graphic and Geometric Details
Facets, squares, triangles—you name it, it’s being fashioned into a modern wedding invitation. Bold lines give correspondence a contemporary feel and a bit of edge.
Jewel Tones Colors
Jewel tones are a perfect choice for fall and winter weddings and option for something more colorful with invitation cards.
Corbin Gurkin Photography via SMP
For those couples having a rustic themed wedding, using wooden tags and burlap to tie up your cards will be the first choice.
Your Photo Included
Include your styled or engagement photo on your wedding invitation, not just your Save the Date card.
From romantic ivory to shades of tan, putty, and charcoal gray, background colors for 2016 wedding invitations come in lovely neutral tones, which also is one of the hottest wedding color schemes.
Flowers and Herbs
Nature elements are becoming more and more popular for wedding planning, just like greenery wedding theme as top 2016 wedding trends.
Theo Milo Photography via SMP
Steal this idea for everything, from your wedding invitations and cocktail napkins to wedding cakes and decorations.