Creating wedding invites is basically like being in a time machine. It's a direct trip in to the future.
You might all still be welcoming in the new year but over here, we're already well in to 2018 and we've noticed a few trends forming so here are The Original Wedding Tea Towels top 5 wedding trend predictions for 2018. Settle in, have a read and then get yourselves straight over to Pinterest.
In no particular order, here we go...
As versatile as they are beautiful, wreaths can be worked in to your wedding theme in a million (approx.) ways. Go for full floral, full foliage, both, neither, add feathers, add hay or even lights. Have them illustrated on your stationery or built by your florist on the day, they'll always look sensational FOR SURE.
Yes, yes, yes and yes! We are in love with wedding brights. Always have and we always will. Soft pastels look dreamy but we can't help but love the bright, welcome vibrancy of a super fun hot pink or electric blue.
3. Modern vintage
No one can deny that all things vintage are still going strong and looking fabulous but we're also seeing many more modern twists being added in.
The Modern Vintage theme is just pure and striking simplicity. Strong typography (massive high fives from us on this one) and uncluttered design to keep your style simple, unfussy and sophisticatedly beautiful.
Mismatched colours, patterns and textures add a super playful and interesting twist to the day. Just imagine bridesmaids wearing colour complimenting dresses to suit their actual shape & style, flowers that look like they've picked randomly in a beautiful meadow or a colour explosion on each table with favours in all the colour of the rainbow. Ahhhh... lovely.
What a totally cool design addition to your wedding theme. Beautiful shades of colour offset by bold geometric prints. What could be more striking and help you to mix up the look of your day. Throw in some metallics as well and you'll be on to a sure winner.
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