‘Tis the season to get married… a focus on winter wedding invitations
‘Tis the season to get Married…
English Wedding member Love Invited has launched a new festive-inspired wedding stationery collection for couples that prefer wintry skies and snow covered churches as their dream wedding day backdrop.
Capturing the magic of the festive season and the romance of a winter wedding, the beautiful new Winter Confetti collection has a traditional, yet elegant feel.
The background colour can be customised to your colour scheme and wording can be tailored to your day, and the collection can be fully customised to your preferred colour and foil.
Amanda Williams, who owns Love Invited, says “I chose this combination as it perfectly combines tradition with elegance, which is what most of my couples are looking for with a winter wedding.
“I would recommend printing on the soft touch laminate to make the stationery feel like velvet to touch, which adds a further wintry dimension!”
All Love Invited Collection designs have the option of free colour changes, and a choice of foil from rose gold, silver and gold.
We asked Love Invited’s founder Amanda a few questions inspired by this stunning stationery collection – and found out just why she loves winter weddings so much! (We’re totally with her!!)
There’s something about a winter wedding which feels more elegant and sophisticated… why do you think that is?
Winter is such a magical time of year, with its abundance of twinkly lights, the warmth of candlelight and the rich colours of the season. For me, it all inspires a fairy-tale elegance for weddings, a chance to add an extra layer of sparkle and sophistication.
What would be your dream winter wedding?
My dream winter wedding would have to be the full fairytale at an incredible venue like Soughton Hall in Cheshire, which is full of character, charm and warmth and perfect for a winter wedding! The dress would have to be something completely unique, so I’d commission Laura Fray Bespoke to make me something fit for a queen. And of course, it would be a crisp, but sunny winter’s day with a spectacular afternoon sunset. We’d enjoy afternoon champagne on the lawn, with golden hour photography and head off to the house for an evening of wonderful food, and dancing.
Do you have any top tips for winter brides and grooms?
When it comes to the stationery, my advice would be to get your Save the Dates out as soon as you can. Winter is an expensive time for most with Christmas and New Year, so you want to give people as much notice as you can. We would recommend 12 months if possible.
Love Invited is a member of the English Wedding Directory.