Pastels are timeless, they fit many wedding color schemes, styles and you can rock them for any season. Soft shades of pink, blue, yellow, green and greys are amazing for wedding decor and many couples choose them. Pastel wedding invitations will fit a lot of wedding themes, from spring garden to mountain or woodland, and you can choose various detailing to make your invites perfectly fit. Let’s have a look at the coolest ideas to try for your wedding.
Pastel blue shades are great for coastal and beach weddings because soft shades of blue symbolize the sea itself. Blue shades can also fit garden, mountain and some other styles of weddings including modern ones. how to make your stationery more interesting? Use a raw edge, calligraphy and letterpressing, a mix of white and blue, watercolor prints and botanical and floral prints. Seals and ethereal blue ribbons will help your to accessorize the envelopes and invites. Sheer and acrylic envelopes are a great fit for a modern wedding. Choose interesting lining for your envelopes if they are white: agate slice, watercolor and so on.
Blush is the sweetest shade ever, and you can rock beautiful blush wedding stationery for glam weddings, for sweet garden ones, for soft girlish nuptials. There are more shades of pink you can go for: dusty pink, light pink and so on, and they fit soft and vintage weddings. Watercolor is a great idea here, a slight raw edge too, add white envelopes, seals, ribbons and floral prints if they fit your wedding style. If pink shades are too sweet for your wedding, combine them with creamy and white, or even light grey to make them calmer.
There are many more shades and combos to try: soft lavender shades, peachy shades, soft green ones, pink and blue together will be also a great idea for your wedding. Make them bolder with watercolors, agate prints, a gilded edge and seals for a vintage feel or copper and gold framing for the invites. Mix up several pastel shades, which fit your wedding, for example, dusty blue and pink, creamy shades and soft green for a Tuscany wedding with olive greens, or something else that you like. Get inspired!