I had the pleasure of writing an online article for Wedding Ideas Magazine on how to fit your stationery in to your wedding style or theme. I selected 5 designs from Lily and Jack's Paper Studio's collection, all quite different, and discussed how you can incorporate the colours and styles of these invitations in to any wedding theme.
Wedding invitations are probably likely to be the first thing you come to sorting out once you have established your date, venue and style or theme for your big day. Here, at Lily and Jacks’s Paper Studio, we are committed to helping make your dreams come true. We think you will find a collection that is just right for you. Your invitations will be the first glimpse that your guests will have of your wedding day, and we completely appreciate how important this will be for you.
Your stationary can be completely unique – you can personalise the colour pallet, the size or the font at no extra charge, and we will make sure you are completely happy before going to print. Alternatively, you can choose from one of the many designs – we are committed to making sure that everything is just right for your special day. When the save the date’s, invitations, on the day stationery and venue décor all matches up, it really does make your theme truly come alive!
The Flower Candy design has been a firm favourite within the range and we can see why! This design is a burst of Summer colour. Bold, bright colours and flourishing blooms bring this design to life. This design is fun, exuberant and will guarantee to put a smile on your guest’s faces. If bright, bold colours are important to you for your wedding day – then we can see the Flower Candy Design being a big hit for you! Bright colours can still be incorporated in an elegant way; just be careful not to add too many other bold colours in to the mix with the Pink and Yellow, but add more muted shades instead. What is better than setting such a happy and trendy colour mood to your day? Why not share this mood and style with all your guests?
DREAMY AND GRACEFUL
The Allium design oozes whimsical English romance. The watercolour backdrop combined with the pretty illustration of the Allium flower is a versatile design that will work well for a rustic, elegant or modern day wedding for any time of the year. The neutral shades feature classic appeal and these are colours that really can work with anything and can set any tone for a wedding, they will always remain classically chic, modern and romantic.
ROMANTIC AND INTRICATE
The Fleur Design brings a touch of class, elegance and femininity to any wedding, featuring two colours that just fit so well together. When you take soft pink tones and combine it with the subtle dove grey, you have a duo to be reckoned with. Not too girly, this twosome instantly suggests a sophisticated, yet never stuffy affair. Grey, as a colour, often gets set to one side, which as a colour on its own can appear plain and flat. But with the addition of Pink to the colour pallet, this design presents a fresh, sweet and classy style and is particularly popular for contemporary summer weddings.
Using nature as the inspiration to this design, the Pine Forest is gentle and unassuming. The beauty of this design means that it can easily be rendered across your whole wedding. Utilising Kraft paper and nature themed illustrations, the Pine Forest design is a stationery trend that is ideal for neutral colour palettes. This stationery collection is ideal for setting a rustic tone to your wedding day. The hint of green against the kraft paper feels and looks fresh. Why not share the love of nature and the environment with a design that features down-to-earth shades and nature inspired, intricate illustrations.
Featuring florals and watercolours, the Florence design combines stationery trends that we just love. Rich and warm, the purple shades are cooled down ever so slightly with blue hues. Much like a fine wine, the deep and rich colours make this design ideal for Autumn and Winter weddings. These stunning colours would look brilliant when used alongside in bridesmaid’s dresses, bouquets and finishing touches on tables. There’s no reason for floral designs to be left for weddings in the Spring and Summer, these colours bring passion, richness and energy, and will always be popular wedding favourites.