This signature minimalist design is another all-in-one option that we love for its ability to convey elegance without being ‘in your face’.
And let’s be real. Everyone likes shiny things. Ok, we may be overstepping our bounds in speaking for everyone on that point, but you get what we’re saying. We think the angular foil-pressed touches on this card are really striking.
These invites are a perfect example of how you can have simple but still add just a touch of glamour. If you’re not into the gold, there are other foil options available. If you’re not into foil at all, there are also plain options available in the same style.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template
- Wait for a while, a new page will be appeared
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
Festive Winter Wedding Ideas
Is there anything more enchanting than a winter wedding? From winter florals to holiday music, these seasonal wedding details can add warmth and charm to even the coldest of days.
From dressing for the weather—nothing says chic like adding a faux fur coat to your bridal look—to creating an outdoor bar to capture the spirit of the season, here’s everything you need to know to throw a festive fête fit for the most magical time of year.
Unwrap some of the best holiday and winter wedding décor this season.
Decorate With Twinkle Lights
Is it just us, or do fairy lights give everything a more magical appearance? A string of gleaming twinkle lights, whether indoors or outdoors, can help set the tone for your wedding. Consider suspending them from the ceiling, incorporating them into the tablescape décor, or stringing them into a magnificent canopy at the reception.
Experiment with Dried Blooms
Because dried flowers last forever, they are ideal for a winter celebration. While dried flowers are frequently used in place settings, ceremony arches, and hanging installations, they also make excellent boutonnières. Dried berries are an excellent alternative to flowers.
Mix in Modern Accents
We’re big fans of incorporating modern elements into your winter wedding decor. Contrast a rustic wooden table with clear acrylic chairs for a modern touch, or swap out flowers for fresh greenery. The key word here is simplicity. A wedding cake with modern details or table cards with a geometric design, on the other hand, will help to balance out more traditional elements.
Line the Aisle
Are you ready to make a grand entrance? This candle-lit aisle led to a beautiful floral chuppah filled with roses, hydrangeas, garden roses, and white cherry blossoms. That is not all. Ivory curtains parted to reveal an aisle surrounded by lush seasonal greenery.