It is a good way to set the tone for your winter wedding by sending seasonal invitations right from the start.After all, an elaborate paper set is the first time a guest sees the final design for your wedding, so take advantage of the opportunity to infuse the furniture with seasonality.
There are a few simple ways to let cold weather inform the design direction of your invitation.One reliable option is to have a winter color palette that will instantly ensure your stationery speaks to the season.Another option is to look to nature when choosing your tone: dark green fir trees, white snow, and jewel-toned holiday decorations are just a few possible starting points.
In addition to color, texture is another way to make your paper seasonal.Take a note from cold weather fashion and play with the layering.Gorgeous velvet ribbons, dried flowers, and soft paper with decorative edges and snow patterns, these elements are seasonal and beautiful.Whatever design you choose, keep in mind that the wedding invitation hints at what you're going to do -- it sets the mood for your big day, so make sure your notes align with your decor.As you begin to brainstorm your winter wonderland celebration, check out the great ideas we’ve gathered for you and get inspired!
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