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Spring/Summer Wedding Card Trends

December 24, 2012

Frescoes designs Wedding Cards in Kolkata. 

Bridal Collection 2013 Designer Kolkata Floral Colourful invitation cards

Spring/ Summer Wedding Invitation Cards Collection 2013

When you send out a wedding invitation card to your guests you are not only providing them with the information about the date and functions for the wedding day but you are providing them with a peek into what sort of wedding event they will be attending. Gone are the days where parents of the bride and groom would head out to their local stationery shop and select a design from the big book of invitations.

With the large number of resources the internet provides, couples have infinite possibilities for designing and selecting their wedding invitation. Just like all the other fashion worlds out there, wedding invitations have trends too. 

Whether you are planning a wedding around a theme, color or season, you will want to keep abreast of current trends. Whether you decide to follow the latest fashions and trends or ignore them completely, it is important to know what industry pundits and other experts are claiming to be currently in style or the next big thing.

FRESCOES help you keep on top of the latest fashions, colors and seasonal themes as well as what some couples are doing to be traditional, unique or distinct with their wedding invitations.

Hot Fashion Trends for Wedding Cards

Frescoes designs invitations that incorporate the colour palettes and picturesque outdoor landscapes that these sizzling summer months offer. Motivation comes from the natural colours of the landscape and the season.

Creating customized bridal invitations starts with choosing the colour that compliments your personality. Colour is among the best ways to represent the season of your wedding. While shades of blue may serve to set the tone of a cool winter wedding, browns and yellows will complement autumn ceremonies. Couples find greens and pastels favorite shades of spring and bright oranges and deep reds sizzle with a hot summer ceremony.

Use rich jewel tones like burgundy, emerald green, navy and amethyst for winter weddings. By contrast, bright colors like pinks, oranges, yellows and pastels complement the sunshiny warmth of spring and summer wedding invitations. A beach bash or a spring blossoms or basant/ vasant theme may be appropriate from February to June. Find ways to incorporate traditional motifs from your culture and see the how the vintage lends its charm to modernize your wedding invitations.

Use

  • Mint Green
  • Birds
  • Flowers
  • Patterns
  • Prints
  • Metallic Foils
  • Laser Cuts
  • Boxed-Invites

Themes such as the use of elegant custom “couples” wedding monograms and the use of flowers as the main design element for the entire wedding, all carry over every season. Keeping to one color palette and intermixing the design elements onto all of your wedding correspondence will help to create a sophisticated, unified look.

Personality and creativity are what today’s weddings are all about. Whether you are into all things Indian, beach parties, butterflies, sunflowers or birds, the most important consideration in choosing a theme is that it be something elegant yet fun that you can cherish the memories of for years to come.

Decide from Wedding Card Wordings, Matter in Hindi/ English, Ganesha, Radha Krishna, Peacock..

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Indian Wedding Invitation Cards & Chocolate Boxes

Radha Krishna Wedding Card  Kolkata

Modern Innovative Wedding Invitation Cards with roots in Indian culture

Kolkata Wedding Cards Designer

FRESCOES WEDDING INVITATIONS

Call: 09230088873

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Email: krishna.keyal@gmail.com

 

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