Planning a wedding in autumn? Then have we got some wedding stationery to share with you! We recently spoke to Papier, who specialise in all things invitations, cards and wedding stationery, to ask their expert opinion on how to choose the perfect autumn wedding stationery for your special day.
"As the weather draws in and the nights turn colder, it can be hard to bring warmth to Autumn weddings. We suggest maintaining the delicate floral patterns seen across Spring/Summer, but contrasting them with darker colours, and bolder shapes. These are a couple of our favourite wedding invitation styles that we just love at the moment. The pink alliums and autumnal leaves are perfect for the time of year, while the wildflowers work really well with the navy blue."
"A mixture of orange, red and pink hues are classically autumnal, and these can be seen in our recent collaboration with Matthew Williamson. His eye-catching prints and iconic designs are perfect for autumn weddings and add a modern twist to the proceedings. We think the combination of vivid colours and clean fonts make for a really great look for invitations, menus and place names!"
"A rustic theme always goes down well for an autumn wedding and your wedding stationery is a great way to set the style of your special day. We have plenty of beautiful, rustic designs, full of flora, fauna and foliage. The difficult part is trying to pick a favourite!”
“We think the most memorable wedding stationery has a personal touch, so we make it really quick and easy for you to make your invitations, thank you cards and everything else, unique. Add whatever message you like so that your autumnal wedding stationery looks exactly how you want it to!"
We love the wonderful designs by Papier and hearing their expert opinion on how to pick the best autumnal wedding stationery. To take a closer look at the designs we’ve featured and loads more amazing choices, visit www.papier.com.
For more Autumn wedding inspiration, take a look at our post about Creating an Amazing Autumnal Wedding Theme.