Just My Type: Top Trends in Wedding Stationery

Captivating wedding suites that feature elaborate text treatments—your first welcome to the fête to come.

(Above) Dana Osborne Design shows how different hues can coordinate, with a modern script that ties it all together.
(Below) Explore contrasting colorscapes. This black two-ply invitation suite from RSVP showcases intricate Sophia script and rose-gold foil lettering for understated sophistication. Try the “Evangeline” invitation suite designed by Kyle Laatsch for Bella Figura for a gorgeous request your guests can’t wait to accept. Leafy vines and intricate calligraphy twine their way throughout, while a black and gold save-the-date card pairs perfectly with a traditional black and white invitation suite.

(Above) It’s calligraphy at its finest. RSVP uses a whimsical font that allows for a dramatic use of space, while the muted gray lettering looks oh-so-right with classic cream cardstock. A bold font draws the eye to the details you need to know, offering a fun preview of your wedding personality.
(Below) Who needs ink? RSVP’s “Grant” invitation suite by Jessica Downs for Bella Figura uses two-ply charcoal-gray invitations with bold embossing to inventively inform partygoers. Send the invites in light gray “bella” envelopes for a new take on traditional white. Treat guests to a clean, newspaper-inspired design featuring block lettering—charming, legible yet sophisticated.

 

CREDITS
Photography: Tate Carlson
Text: Emily Kerr
Art Direction: Courtney Nielsen