So, you’ve set the date for your big day and want to start ordering your save the dates or invitations, but where do you start?! Here’s a round up of some of the hottest wedding stationery trends for 2020, to help get you started.
Want to know the biggest trends for the year ahead, when it comes to your wedding stationery? Amanda Williams, owner of independent wedding stationer, Love Invited, shares her top predictions below….
“One of the biggest wedding trends for 2020 is illustrated wedding stationery. This style not only gives a very personal touch, but also gives the couple complete control over exactly how this will come to life on paper. One of the best ways couples can set the tone for their big day is with wedding invites, and the theme can then be carried right through to on-the-day stationery, such as table plans and name cards.”
“The beautiful world of interiors overspills to weddings this year, with marble and geometric metallics predicted to be a very popular look. This style keeps it chic and stylish, and allows couples to choose their favourite metallic finish for the foil printing, but we love the rose gold.”
“Our obsession with the natural world and botanicals creates a beautiful look for both the wedding décor and stationery. Couples can choose to either keep to a more muted pallet or, like the new Instagram obsession with dried flowers, go for more punchy colours with bright pinks or even the new Pantone colour of 2020 – Classic Blue!”
“Artistic styling allows couples to get super creative and embrace rich textures and details. There are lots of ways to bring a more artistic flavour to wedding stationery, from paint detailing such as Watercolour as seen on our Sweetheart collection, to adding foiling detail on a strong colour base, as seen on our Confetti collection.”
“Sustainability is the hot topic of 2020, and something that we all need to consider in our daily lives. If this is a top priority for couples, Love Invited can source planet-friendly recycled paper and finishes to help you stay more eco-conscious. Plus digital designs, which can be used on wedding websites.”