Five Trends for Marriage Invitation Cards

Dec 03, 13 Five Trends for Marriage Invitation Cards

Marriage Invitation Cards are ever evolving to reflect the trends popular in wedding planning. When choosing your wedding invitation cards don’t forget they are part of your overall wedding plan and make sure they are in step with the choices you are making for your wedding theme and colors.
1. All That Glitters: Refined weddings are adding sparkle where ever it works from stunning chandeliers to crystal centre pieces. Hints of metal are also showing up in dazzling silver and gold. Pearls are also being used in everything from bouquets to shoes and dresses. Look for marriage invitation cards with crystal detail for seals, metal plates with etched names and pearl essence card paper to make a statement of traditional elegance. Metallic cord also offers an elegant touch to seal the envelope and including gold or silver glitter or dust inside the envelope can be magical when the envelope is opened. Just be aware it can also be messy.
2. Basic Buff: How can buff ever go out of style? It is quiet, elegant and under stated the perfect look for the sophisticated wedding. Look for marriage invitation cards with textured detail, natural raffia ties and the look of parchment and cotton. Don’t get stuck on creams and buffs. Neutrals include pure whites, grays, linens and taupes. Consider printing in copper instead of traditional silver or gold to give it a unique and elegant look.
3. China Inspired: The finest china table ware is inspiring the look of marriage invitation cards with filigree designs, florals and embossed tone on tone looks. Consider the colors of your wedding theme when selecting China inspired invitations.
4. Basic Black: Black is another classic color that never goes out of style and when it comes to weddings black is tres chic and very avant gard. Often unexpected, black marriage invitation cards speak volumes. You can go for solid black with gold leaf or silver lettering or look for classic black and white for a less fashion forward look. Black florals on crisp white card stock are simply gorgeous as are damasks in matte and gloss finishes.
5. Jewel Tone Damasks: Damask is not just appearing in black and gold. Damask in jewel tones, especially tone on tone is elegant and pronounced. For a more classic look combine deep jewel tones with gold for a purely regal look.

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