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Your wedding stationery gives you an opportunity to reflect your unique personality and tastes in the lead up to and on your big day. The wedding save the dates and invitations give your guests a taste of what is to come, so start off with a great first impression!

How do I choose colours for my wedding stationery?

Start by considering the season your big day is happening, perhaps you’re inspired by florals which you could base your wedding palette around. Or if you’re having a winter wedding you might consider a deeper jewel tone such as a dark green or blue. Summer weddings tend to go for pale pastels or summer brights such as coral, while an autumn colour scheme means warm ochre and orange. Your wedding venue might sway you into a particular theme such as rustic or you might already have a favourite colour already in mind.

This is where my curated collection of designs comes in useful. Available on my website you can browse the collection for inspiration. All of the stationery collections can be customised to suit your wedding colour scheme. There’s lots of options for finishing touches printing and foil too!

Pink Wedding Invitations

Often favoured by spring and summer wedding couples, blush pinks will always be a popular choice for a soft and romantic look.

The Faith stationery collection is one of my classic designs and blush pink and gold is always a popular combination. The gorgeous gold foil really pops on the hand painted pink watercolour background.

Wedding invitation with pink watercolour background and gold modern calligraphy

Holly Booth Studio

This photo is an example of The Ellie stationery collection but in gorgeous nude blush tones to demonstrate how any of my collections can be customised to suit the colour palette of your choice.

Wedding stationery collection using pink blush tones and modern calligraphy

Hannah McClune

Stationery with angles is having such a moment for a cool, contemporary look as shown on The Olivia stationery collection. Love how she’s a little different from the rest!

Pink and white wedding stationery collection with contemporary angled edges

Holly Booth Studio

Purple Wedding Invitations

Another example of my hand painted watercolour background, this time with a purple and subtle blush pink effect. This design features hand modern calligraphy and a personalised monogram made out of the couple’s initials.

Wedding invitation and stationery using modern calligraphy on a handpainted purple watercolour background

Holly Booth Studio

Once you have your wedding invitations designed you can then extend your style to a full suite of stationery for on the day too, such as this lilac watercolour background table name, which matched the suite of stationery used for this wedding.

Wedding table name sign with white modern calligraphy on a pale lilac watercolour background

Kate Gray Photography

I love seeing how a colour palette comes alive on the wedding table. Here the pale lilac menu is beautifully accessorised with blooms, accompanied with gold cutlery and neutral china and linens. The pop of lavender really complements the lilac too. There are lots more styling ideas from wedding shoots on my blog posts.

Pale lilac wedding menu styled on wedding table with beautiful florals and gold cutlery

Kelsie Scullie Photography

Green Wedding Invitations

Green paired with copper foil creates a gorgeous, luxe look as seen on The Ella stationery collection. The big, bold bouncy calligraphy really makes a statement against the luscious rich green watercolour background. This always makes me think of colder, winter weddings.

Wedding stationery collection with gold foil modern calligraphy on a dark green watercolour background

Holly Booth Studio

Crisp white and watercolour green foliage is a classic combination for weddings and the options are endless for stationery and signage on your big day. The Amelia stationery collection is perfect for a rustic, greenery filled wedding.

White and green wedding invitation and stationery with a foliage design

Holly Booth Studio

There’s finishing touches you can also add to your wedding stationery. I’ve got a whole separate blog post here on what options to consider, once you’ve chosen your colour palette!

White and green wedding stationery collection including a wax seal

Laura Williams

Blue Wedding Invitations

I love using navy for a rich air of opulence. The Chloe stationery collection combines delicate calligraphy with hand painted watercolour and crisp clean lines. A perfect mix of pattern, texture and colour which can be designed in any colour!

Wedding invitation and rsvp card with white modern calligraphy on a navy blue watercolour background

Holly Booth Studio

Dusky, pale blue tones are so popular at the moment and I can totally see why! This example is The Lauren stationery collection which has a laid back, luxe vibe.

Dusky blue wedding invitation, save the date and wedding menu with modern calligraphy

Holly Booth Studio

Here’s an example of a bright blue watercolour background used for a wedding table plan which accompanied the same blue used across the wedding save the date, wedding invitation and signage on the day.

Wedding table plan with bright blue watercolour background and modern calligraphy

Grey Wedding Invitations

Grey is a neutral palette of dreams from slate to dove grey shown on The Emilie stationery collection, perfect for a modern couple.

Grey wedding invitation and wedding stationery with modern calligraphy

Holly Booth Studio

Grey looks so chic when paired with silver foil modern calligraphy such as The Rachael stationery collection. Hand drawn modern calligraphy, serif fonts and a classic layout are the perfect combination for a traditional wedding invitation but with a modern twist.

Grey and silver foil wedding invitation

Holly Booth Studio

The grey palette can continue throughout your big day, for example in this wedding where the table plan was a printed grey fabric banner with white calligraphy, teamed with stunning blooms.

Grey and white wedding table plan using modern calligraphy

Megan Daisy Photography

White Wedding Invitations

Crisp white stock is a perfect base for modern calligraphy using foil. The simple typographic styling with the hot rose gold foil on The Eloise stationery collection creates a contemporary and sophisticated design.

Rose gold and white wedding invitation and stationery

Holly Booth Studio

By choosing a white background it creates lots of opportunities to choose a bold envelope or bellyband details to pull the invitation design together. The Rosie stationery collection features hand drawn foliage illustrations on the bellyband.

White and grey wedding invitation with hand drawn foliage illustrations

Holly Booth Studio

Monochrome always looks cool, classy and elegant. The Carmen stationery collection combines hand written calligraphy, luxury gold foil and refined typography, paired against crisp white and black tones.

Monochrome wedding invitation and stationery including a personalised monogram

Holly Booth Studio

The wedding table stationery featured here on this monochrome wedding table set up was a black printed menu with a contrasting white place name, secured with a contemporary clip.

Monochrome wedding table set up with personalised wedding menu and place name

Taylor Hughes Photography

Black Wedding Invitations

Black card as an invitation base is very contemporary chic. Adding a gold or silver foil brings an air of elegance to the design as shown on the stunning wedding invitation in The Georgia stationery collection.

Black and gold wedding invitation with modern calligraphy

Holly Booth Studio

Orange Wedding Invitations

Orange looks great when combined with earthy, muted tones. The gorgeous rich tones used here are softened with warm neutrals across the wedding stationery suite. This colour palette is a version of The Hollie stationery collection.

Orange wedding invitation and stationery with modern calligraphy

VLA Photography

I love working with different colour palettes to combine different shades and tones. Please get in touch here to discuss your wedding stationery dreams! Or have a read through my blog for more inspiration and ideas.

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