If you’re planning a Spring or Summer wedding, this week’s color will put you in the right mindset. Pantone Freesia is a fresh, sunny yellow, that pairs well with pastel shades like mint and seafoam.
Citrus hues and aqua are the perfect colors to set a cheerful mood at a spring or summer bridal shower. Be sure to use bright flowers profusely to tie in the colors and add touches of turquoise and aqua in the decor and details. Here are some ideas to inspire you!
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Sweetest Topper invitation, Dessert Table from Amy Atlas, Wedding Cake Toppers, Personalized Stacked Wedding Cookie favors from Beau-coup, Centerpiece, Cake and table decor
May is quickly approaching which means that summer isn’t far behind! Summertime is all about bright, bold colors, floral detail and nature-inspired accents, and we have over 100 exclusive summer wedding invitations that are perfectly suited for warm-weathered occasions. Here are a few of our favorite summery designs that celebrate the season—which one do you like best?
Summer always brings to mind thoughts of warm weather and bright, bold colors, so hosting a summer wedding celebration nearly requires that your save the date cards conjure up the same images. Even if you aren’t hosting a beach wedding, you can easily create chic, customized save the date cards that will epitomize your guests’ favorite parts of summer if you follow these easy steps to creating the perfect summer save the date cards for your celebration.
Plus, don’t forget—save the date cards should be sent at least six months in advance of your wedding date.
Follow these simple guidelines as an easy way to incorporate summer style into your save the date cards, and you and your guests will be looking forward to your chic celebration in no time!
Planning your honeymoon, or pre-wedding weekend trip for yourself or your wedding party? Whether it’s before or after all the wedding festivities, taking a mini vacation to relax and unwind will do wonders! We’ve come up with the top five getaways to escape to for a weekend. With a variety of activities to partake in, and the laid-back atmospheres, these hot spots are perfect for enjoying the warm summer weather! Plus these semi-local destinations make a weekend trip more possible than taking a trip across the world.
For a truly relaxing weekend, visit a charming spa or resort in the town of Calistoga, in California’s beautiful Napa Valley. Highlights include wine tasting, sophisticated dining, swimming in warm waters, and mud and mineral baths.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Cape Cod is the perfect calm, beach getaway. Beautiful views and clear waters lend to a variety of relaxing water activities. Highlights include whale-watching, dunes, trails, and some of the best seafood in the world.
The perfect setting for the outdoor enthusiast, with gorgeous weather and surroundings for everyone to enjoy! Highlights include festivals, theater, boating, fishing, swimming, and wineries.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Another great relaxing spa destination, Santa Fe’s history and culture adds to it’s natural beauty. Highlights include Southwestern dining, art, museums, and outdoor activities.
For a completely serene and zen weekend, the charming Spanish-style town of Ojai right outside of Los Angeles is the perfect option. Highlights include spas, galleries, festivals, wine bars, hiking and horseback riding.
It’s not too late to order wedding invitations for a June wedding, and it’s certainly not too late to order for a late summer wedding! Check out some of our favorite summer wedding invitations below to get a few ideas. We love all of the bright shades and elegant, nature-inspired designs this year. Which is your favorite?
I love this charming idea for a summer camp wedding theme from Ritzy Bee. Can you imagine anything sweeter than carving your initials on a tree as part of the decor of your rustic early-fall ceremony, and then toasting s’mores with friends and family members?
These darling save the dates are the perfect way to start your summer camp-inspired celebration!
Summer is nearly here, and that means the return of big, bold stripes to both the runways and the printing presses. I stole the photo of these adorable, vintage-striped dresses from the blog for Oh Joy!, and I can tell that she loves summer stripes just as much as I do.
You can still add stripes to your late-summer, early fall wedding invitations with some of these charming designs: