Three Summer Wedding Trends + new invitation collections
Planning a wedding is so much fun! But how to choose a style? Our stylists have identified three exciting wedding trends and present them here in mini inspiration boards. Check out Lovely Ombre, Mellow Mint and Going Organic for ideas that you can use in your wedding. We're also launching three new invitation collections with coordinating stationery pieces, perfect whether you're saving the date, inviting or planning the table settings.
Lovely Ombre is the first trend that we present, a design that is one of the hottest trends right now. Everything from weddings to clothing and accessories! It has a watercolor feel that give it extra charm. It's easy to incorporate this wedding trend into your wedding theme with the simple use of varying shades of color.
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A yummy purple Ombre Ruffle Cake
Purple ombre Feather Headpiece
Mellow Mint is a wonderful theme for a summer wedding. Mint is a relaxed and mellow green that pairs well with almost any other color. Since white is a traditional wedding color, the trio of mint, white and gold is an elegant and fitting bridal combination.
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Vintage mint and gold china tea set
Mint and gold wedding cake
Going green on your wedding day has environmental, social, and economic benefits. From reducing waste to helping the environment, choosing locally-grown ingredients and supporting organic farming, the theme of Going Organic is perfect for a summer wedding.
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Table setting with assorted succulents
We're launching three new plantable wedding invitations this week and each one is part of an complete invitation collection. The collections include a coordinating reply card, menu card, place card, thank you card, save the date card and favor tag. Visit the View By Collection page to see Vintage, Floral Letters and Ombre Butterfly.
If you love the Organic inspiration board, visi the Botanical PaperWorks Blog next week when we'll present 9 Great Tips for Planning a Green Wedding.
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