Colorful Wedding Invitations Trends

Wedding invitations are slated to go out 6 weeks before the big day. While it may seem like something you can put off for a while, the process of designing, printing and labeling invitations can be quite the process. That said, invites are something you should be thinking about 6 months before the actual date.

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Here are some colorful invitations that will set the mood for your wedding day. If you are planning to have some bold details and fun elements, colorful invitations to match are a great way to get guests in the mood and excited about the wedding.

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I love the idea of a record invitation, but those are quite expensive to produce and ship. If you love the idea but don’t have the funds, consider doing a favor similar to this that you can hand out at the event.


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Paint, stamps and calligraphy are all unique ways to write on your invites. There are plenty of DIY tutorials out there that help you learn how to get crafty with your invites.

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These color blocking invites are just awesome. Maintaining this theme through all the paper products are your wedding is really easy with this printable design.


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Here are a few different ways to add a little color into your invites in a variety of different ways.


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Watercolor is another way that invitations can get some more fabulous color. Take a simple white and black letterpress design, add watercolor designs, and you have yourself a whole new feel on your invite. If you can’t do the watercolor elements yourself The Aerialist Press has some awesome watercolor options.


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Who is planning a wedding right now? What color palette are you choosing and how are you incorporating that into your invitations?

Allison is the blog editor and gal behind the Twitter, Facebook & Pinterest at COLOURlovers. When she is not spreading color love around the web, she writes and manages Engaged & Inspired, a wedding blog and vendor resource for brides.