If you are planning a winter wedding then check out these beautiful free geometric winter wedding stationery templates available for download from Temploola. Simply customise the text and then either print them yourself or ask a professional printing studio to print them for you. They’ll also be able to add beautiful effects to the stationery for a lovely, personal touch…
Dark Blue and Copper Winter Wedding Stationery
Have you ever thought of having a winter wedding? I’m talking about a princess fairytale with a big wedding gown, a white (fake) fur cloak, and a horse and carriage. Fire baskets everywhere, chestnuts roasting and maybe some marshmallows for the little ones. During the ceremony, the fireplace is burning and candles are lit – the whole atmosphere is so incredibly romantic!
Two colours which fit a lovely winter wedding such as this are dark blue and copper. They match perfectly together; the dark blue gives a winter vibe and the copper gives a lovely warm feeling. To ensure your guests indulge themselves in the same feeling as you, involve them in the whole process of counting down the days towards the big day. So, send them a save-the-date in these beautiful colours so they already know what kind of wedding theme they can expect.
Then, six weeks or more prior to your wedding day, send out the wedding invitations, including the RSVP card. You can design them based on the same theme as the save-the-date card, so your guests will have a clear understanding of the theme of your wedding.
Free Template Downloads
You can download a lovely free design that fits straight in the winter wedding I’ve described. Have a look at the invitation, save-the-date and RSVP with lovely geometric lines. Download the templates in Word format for free, install the fonts and edit the information as you wish.
A really cool idea is to have the geometric lines printed with copper foil! Unfortunately you won’t be able to do this at home on your own printer – you’ll need a professional printing studio to do this for you. But trust me, you will already save lots of money with designing your wedding stationery yourself.
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