Our 2020 Vision for Wedding Stationery Trends

We’re bringing this year’s top 8 wedding invitation trends into focus, and we’re sharing them here so you know what to keep an eye out for!

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Enhanced Raised Foil

Shouldn’t foil feel as luxurious as it looks? Today’s couples seem to think so! That’s why we now offer enhanced raised foil. Foil is stamped over a distinct impression in the paper, leaving shiny raised lettering or design elements behind.

Classic Blues

Pantone’s color of the year is Classic Blue, which means this calming color will be all the rage this year for everything from wedding invitations to bridesmaid dresses.


Does nature ever really go out of style? Beautiful and organic floral looks bring a breath of fresh air to any wedding, plus you can get creative with how you decide to incorporate flowers throughout your wedding. The invitation is a great place to find inspiration.

Geometric Patterns

Geometric patterns follow the old adage, less is more, but this year you simply can’t go wrong offering more clean lines and sharp angles.

Modern Monograms

We’re not talking about your Grandma’s monogram (although that is also lovely). We’re talking big and bold and beautiful! It’s all about finding the right font to represent your big day.

Abstract Art

It’s all in the interpretation, right? Whether you love watercolor wisps, marble swirls or bold color blocks, abstract shapes paired with vibrant colors is one of the emerging trends from 2019 that you’ll be seeing a lot more of in 2020.

Vellum Paper

Vellum paper is a traditional look that has circled back within the last year to become a re-emerging trend in wedding. We 100% understand because the soft, translucent look of vellum paper is so romantic, it’s practically irresistible.

Envelope Liners

Everyone wants a finishing touch that wows friends and family. Easy-to-apply envelope liners feature a designer look, which elevates the entire wedding invitation ensemble from an everyday mailing to a standout piece.

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