8 Popular Winter Wedding Invitations to Matching Your Styles & Themes
As a wintertime bride, you’ll want a wedding invitations that reflects the season as well as your big-day design. There are a couple of simple ways that can inspire the design of your wedding invites, for example, your wedding theme, color palette and your event decor. Below, we ’ve rounded up our absolute favouritewinter invitation ideas from Elegant Wedding Invites and other vendors to help you put together your dream wintry wedding stationery.
1.Christmas Festival Theme
If you’re having a December wedding, you might want to tie it in with the other big event that happens that month: Christmas! The palette of burgundy and white keeps with the holiday season, especially when paired with winter greenery.
- Frozen Winter Wonderland Theme
Use Frozen as your wedding invitation inspiration by literally covering them in snowflakes. Choose a colour palette for your wedidng invitation that matches Elsa’s iconic gown and then top it off with a ton of bright white snowflakes.
If you want to take things to the next level then add a laser-cut front cover, as this designer did. Another fabulous and unusual idea for your wonderland theme is to use popular acrylic card to make a winter crystal effect.
If you want a more luxurious winter wedding invitation style, these will be right up your alley. We especially love the dark colour palette, worn-in paper style, and glossy gold accents.
- Woodsy winter
With a natural wood background with white pine tree branches and snowflakes in a neutral palette, these nature-inspired invitations play to the season’s rustic side—perfect for a wedding at a Christmas farm or winter barn.
5.Play Up Blue
Navy blue, silver and white make up a sophisticated winter color scheme for a classic winter wedding theme.
Leafy foliage can work just as well for winter as for spring or fall, the frosty-hued greenery on these elegant winter wedding invitations is a beautiful collection for the wintry season.
7.Dark Moody Florals
If you’re going to embrace floral patterns in the winter, it’s best to choose moody black hues such as jewel-tons so that things don’t end up looking too summery. We love how this designer chose a dark accent hue and didn’t go too overboard with the blooms.
- Romantic Florals and Lush Greenery
Wedding colors/themes are no more with seasonal boundaries, just genuinely speak to your personal style . As a result we are able to see blush colors everywhere and in every season including fall and winter. If pink is your favorite color that you want to incorporate into your fall and winter weddings