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|Q||We're having a spring-themed wedding and want to incorporate the time of year into our stationery. Do you have any ideas?|
|A||Vikki Thomas says: Everyone's first thought when they think of spring is flowers. Consider what blooms you're having at your wedding and incorporate the same ones into your wedding stationery, whether it be through the artwork printed on your invitations or flower wreaths encapsulating your names.
- You could have a flower wax seal to accessorise your envelope. Tiny flowers or petals can also be dropped into the wax before the wax seal stamp goes in, which looks classy and beautiful.
- An envelope liner is a cheap and effective way to inject some personality and luxury into your stationery. I'd suggest a delicate repeat floral pattern to tie in with your theme.
- Whether it be soft pastels or fresh greens, the colour that you choose will instantly give you that seasonal feel. As beautiful as the deep maroons and navys of winter are, spring is the time for a light, bright and fresh palette. Pale blues and lilacs are rumoured to be very on tend in 2022.
- If you prefer a minimalist design, you can still brighten up your stationery by adding foil, gold and rose gold.
- Consider accessorising your on-the-day wedding stationery such as menus and place cards with pampas, eucalyptus, or a flower of your choice. A single piece laid in the blank space of your menu instantly adds a seasonal feel and extra layers to your table layout.
Vikki Thomas, Paper Patootie