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How To Create Stunning Seasonal Wedding Themes

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

For 2017 wedding stationery trends we are loving seasonal wedding themes. Matching your wedding stationery to your wedding day’s associated season is a really great way to incorporate a variety of colours. Every season has a very individual look, all of which make beautiful wedding colour themes. All you need to do is take inspiration from the colours in nature, seasonal flowers and even the weather! Here in the UK it may seem like it’s winter for a good 6 months of the year and then autumn for the rest but we do have four seasons. Yes, some countries actually get a full three months of summer sunshine!

Seasonal Wedding Themes

Choosing a theme or colour for your big day can be quite tricky. The rise and popularity of places like Instagram and Pinterest mean that there is SO much inspiration out there – where do you even start? Of course in this blog we’re going to show you how picking seasonal wedding themes could be a great option for you…


Spring Weddings – March, April & May

In the springtime we see new buds blooming, new life being born and a subtle hint of sunshine just peeking through the clouds. There may still be a slight chill in the air but the emergence of delicate flowers such as daffodils and tulips makes it all worth while. The Spring months are mostly still classified as out of peak wedding season for venues and photographers etc. (May can sometimes be included in peak time). This of course means that most suppliers will have more flexibility with dates and may even charge you slightly less, if you’re lucky. As less people book their weddings in Spring you will also more likely have the majority of your guests attend. Planning a wedding in July sounds great until you realise half your guests already have a million other weddings to attend that month, not to mention holidays and other commitments. Symbols of Spring include; New born lambs, bunny rabbits, chicks and of course Easter. When looking at spring for seasonal wedding themes and colours we naturally lean towards soft pastel tones; baby pink, mint green, buttercup yellow etc. This colour palette is beautiful for not just your spring wedding invitations but also pretty pastel bridesmaid dresses, your wedding cake and of course the bouquet.

Bride Janet got married last spring “We got married on Easter Saturday, so our theme was really easy and kind of already picked for us. We went with Easter bunnies and chocolate mini eggs. Our look was achieved with the Ivy Ellen bunnies invites, a wedding cake decorated with mini eggs and a cake topper made especially to look like rabbits. We also filled clear plastic bunnies with mini eggs as our wedding favours. Our colour scheme was shades of lilac, purple and green, very spring like.”

Pspring Seasonal Wedding Themes

For our Spring seasonal wedding theme we chose two designs – our ‘Bunnies’ wedding invitation and ‘Festoon’. Read the rest of this entry »

Real Life Weddings: Janet & Glen’s Easter Themed Wedding

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016


On a lovely day in March of 2016 Janet and Glen vowed to spend their lives together, for better or for worse. Their beautifully intimate Easter themed wedding was held at the Manor Hotel in Solihull, a small gathering of close friends and family joined together for one very special day. Today we have Janet talking about her experience as a bride, some top tips and supplier advice 🙂

SIGN PAPERS Easter Themed Wedding

Who proposed and how? How did you both meet?

Glen proposed to me on Valentine’s Day 2015, after cooking his first Valentine’s dinner for me. We kept it a secret for a month, picked the ring which Glen then gave me on a night out for our 15th anniversary, I wasn’t expecting the ring to arrive for another week so it was a wonderful surprise.

We met in March 2000 in Los Angeles of all places. Glen’s from Berkshire and I’m from the West Midlands and we had both decided to go alone on a sightseeing trip to America. We travelled to LA, Palm Springs, the Grand Canyon, Las Vegas and San Francisco and by the time we returned home that was it. By the end of the year Glen moved up to be with me and 15 years, a dog, 2 houses and 2 kids later we decided to make things official. Read the rest of this entry »

Real Life Weddings: Helene and David’s Spring Wedding

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Hello lovelies! We have the MOST gorgeous real life wedding featured for you today! Helene and David’s vibrant spring wedding includes enviable wedding photography, beautiful flowers and an even more beautiful couple…

Helene & David confetti shot spring wedding

Helene and David tied the knot on Easter Sunday of 2015 at the wonderful Flitwick Manor in Bedford, the manor is surrounded by stunning grounds and wonderful scenery. Using the cutest Easter touches throughout along with popping spring wedding florals and a whole bunch of family and friends, they truly celebrated in style! We asked the happy couple a few questions about their big day… Read the rest of this entry »

Ivy Ellen’s Top 5 Floral Wedding Invitations

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Floral. Whether you want rustic, bold or pastel – floral wedding invitations are a beautiful trend for weddings in 2015. Taking inspiration from the catwalks in NYC and London – every aspect of weddings in 2015 are floral orientated and could not look prettier! Below are our favourite five floral wedding invitations and why we believe they are perfect for your spring or summer 2015 wedding!

1. Agnes

Our Agnes wedding invitation is one of our stunning belly band invitations, combining both practicality and beauty. Agnes is a soft pastel design incorporating two of the biggest wedding colour schemes: pink and mint green. The delicate floral design would be perfect for a spring or summer wedding. The belly band wedding invitation is a great way to hold extra information inserts and RSVP cards etc. By adding the ribbon and band, you are also adding great texture and an added luxury to the invitation. Our belly band wedding invitations starts from just £1.95. Read the rest of this entry »