A Love for All Seasons: Wedding Invitations for Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter

Not sure what colors to go for with your wedding theme? Make it easy, and go by season! Just look to the world outside and coordinate your wedding with the landscape accordingly. Here a few fun ideas on how to make your wedding invitations match the season.

Spring: Go traditional with pastel hues, or brighten up with fresh fruit shades! Whether it’s Granny Smith green or brilliant raspberry pink, spring is perfect to explore the brighter side of the color spectrum. Try out bright citrus shades with Lime & Lemon Square Panel wedding invitations. For a late spring wedding, add in May flowers like pretty Pressed Violas!

Summer: Get a little daring by combining the chocolate brown invitation trend with sunny yellow via Dots Chocolate & Sun Square Panel wedding invitations. Yellow is always ideal for summer weddings, especially combined with sky blues or other summery shades. For an easy shot of summer, try Pressed Daisy Flower Stickers – it’s a sweet, simple summer touch, and daisies never go out of style. If you’ve chosen a destination or beach wedding, use Waves Save The Date cards as a reminder of your upcoming sea and sun-soaked nuptials.

Fall: From autumn leaves to cold blue skies, fall is riot of color that you can easily reproduce for your wedding invitations. Autumn accents are as simple as Pressed Aspen Leaves included with your invitation, perhaps pasted attractively in the corner of your fall-hued invites. Shades of pumpkin orange, spice brown, and deep crimson echo the feel of a long walk down a tree-shaded path in crisp fall weather, easily bringing your guests into the autumn wedding spirit!

Winter: Whether there’s snow on the ground or just frost on the grass, you can match winter’s first freeze with frosty shades of blue and white. Get season-specific with Snowflake Save the Date cards. If you’re leaning more toward DIY winter wedding invitations, toss in a sprinkle of iridescent white glitter, for the shimmering sparkle of snow when they open their invite.