Let’s start off 2022 looking ahead to the wedding stationery trends. I have 5 current insights on trends to share with you for wedding stationery and signage. If you are wedding planning, then you don’t want to miss this!

Frosted Perspex

On your wedding day, signage is a perfect opportunity to create a wow factor as part of your styling. I’ve been getting lots of new enquiries asking for frosted Perspex for wedding signage.

As it’s a neutral background, frosted Perspex is versatile because it can be used with lots of different colours. Here’s a couple of recent wedding signs which use white vinyl applied to the frosted Perspex to welcome guests to the big day.

Wedding welcome sign with white vinyl on frosted perspex, styled with flowers

Studio Rouge

Wedding welcome sign with white modern calligraphy on frosted perspex, styled with coral and pale pink flowers

Chloe Ely Photography

I love the combination of gold and white vinyl onto the frosted Perspex created for Emily and Alex’s wedding welcome sign and table plan for a romantic and stylish look.

Wedding welcome sign with gold modern calligraphy on a frosted Perspex background

Gold modern calligraphy with white text for an elegant wedding table plan

Ollie Baines

Frosted Perspex also looks fab for wedding table signs, accessorised with the wedding table flowers and candles, to create a beautiful tablescape.

Frosted Perspex with white calligraphy wedding table name

Chloe Ely Photography

Frosted Perspex with gold calligraphy wedding table name

Ollie Baines

Earthy Colours

Earthy toned wedding stationery is definitely having a moment! Earthy colours are gaining popularity because they work perfectly for an autumn wedding and/or a rustic boho barn setting.

A mix of tones which complement each other works so well across a wedding stationery suite incorporating beiges, warmer rusts and oranges, as used in The Letter Stationery Collection.

All of my curated collection of wedding stationery designs can be customised to suit the colours and style of your big day.

Wedding stationery collection using modern calligraphy and earthy tones

Holly Booth Studio

Layers of stationery and curved place names in soft neutral tones look classy contrasted with dark crockery and seasonal blooms.

Curved wedding place name layered on a wedding menu with modern calligraphy

Rebecca Goddard

A pop of deep orange for a striking save the date card to give guests the first impression of your wedding style and colours. Accessorised here with a bespoke wax seal on the envelope, perfect for a rustic, boho, autumnal wedding.

Orange save the date card with modern calligraphy, with a brown envelope and bespoke wax seal

Leah Marie Photography

Neutral tones always look stylish and are versatile for many types of wedding styles. I look forward to creating more neutral toned designs this year!

Wedding invitation using a neutral toned colour palette

The Light Painters

Shaped Stationery

For couples seeking something a little different from their stationery and signage consider using some shapes on wedding stationery. I am expecting this to be a big wedding stationery trend in 2022. The Olivia Stationery Collection uses bold edges to give a modern and contemporary look.

Wedding stationery collection in shades of pink with modern calligraphy and angled edges

Holly Booth Studio

A few design tweaks to my existing collections can make a stationery suite so different. For example, this wedding stationery collection is based on The Hollie Stationery Collection. Customised to add curves, a full arch invite and half arch place name in a neutral toned palette for a contemporary look.

Wedding stationery collection with curves, featuring a full arch wedding invitation

Jessica Lily Photography

The half arch place name looks so stylish layered on top of the wedding menu in these neutral colours. This gorgeous neutral palette would work for so many wedding days and styles.