Many engaged couples are now looking to establish a distinctive look and feel across the entire wedding day so that their guests will immediately say, "That wedding was so 'them.' From the first Save the Date to the last Thank You card, think about how you can incorporate your personalities into every aspect of your wedding. This provides continuity so that each time your guests will have a 'touch point' with your wedding your guests will get to know you as a couple and share this experience with you. As you and your fiance begin thinking about inspiration ideas and the theme of your wedding, remember that the style, color, and feel of your Save the Dates and invitations will set the tone of your wedding for your guests.
Let's take a look at what will be trending in terms of wedding invites in 2014.
Lace and Damask
Bridal dress trends fr 2014 have also influenced stationery designs using classic materials and fabrics that are reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties glam style. Lace is a classic material and design that has always been synonymous with weddings. Rather than overindulging in the trend, many are electing for a more subtle homage to lace wth hints of lace surrounding the invitation. Damask is another classic look that has become increasingly popular for those who want a traditional look with a modern edge.
Floral designs are timeless like lace and invitation designs are now including your favorite flower within the design. It's one of those themes that never goes out of fashion and seems to be reinvented each season. Think romantic florals, big blooms and shabby chic patterns for the coming yer. Pink a flower, pick a range and run with it. You can incorporate florals into other themes, too, like vintage, retro, rustic, to thoroughly modern. The only limit is your imagination.
The vintage wedding trends is still going strong! It is no surprise - there is just somethng that feels so romantic and nostalgic with this theme. In stationery design, is is a mixed bag of lace, pearls, and brooches that defines vintage for the upper classs. We are talking vintage Glamour! In terms of design elements, think monochrome, gold, brooches, pearls and satin ribbons.