1. Moody Watercolors
As we transition from rainy days to warmer weather, this deep bluish-gray watercolor wash would be terrific for an early spring event.
2. Playful Details
Winter is full of snow and exciting holidays but it can also be a little gloomy. Shake off the late winter blues with a playful invitation detail, like this bright mix tape invite.
3. Petite Botanicals
Mix spring's classic muted pastels with petite botanical illustrations for a romantic invitation ideal for a vintage or country wedding.
4. Trendy Palettes
One of our favorite palettes for spring is serenity blue and a vibrant ocean shade. This example also focuses on interesting typography to create modern simplicity.
5. Lighthearted Rustic
Forget the dark woodsy designs for spring. Find a more lighthearted version like this darling suite, complete with happy trees and wood grain envelope liner.
6. Colorful Geodes
One of the most popular wedding details for spring is the use of swirling, colorful geodes. This suite is absolutely hypnotic, guaranteeing a prominent spot on your guests' fridges.
7. Pretty Florals
If there is one timeless spring wedding detail it is flowers. In soft colors and watercolor illustration, these blooms and wreath are an up-to-date interpretation of a classic.
8. Dynamic Gems
Geometric details ruled in 2015, and now this trend has turned toward gem shapes and designs. This unique invite has an angular shape to highlight its hued facets.
9. Positively Preppy
Preppy is back "in" and we couldn't love it more. A sweet mix of Southern refinement and East Coast style, everything from Kate Spade to navy and pink palettes are on-trend for spring.
10. Southwestern Inspiration
When you are in an area that has really warm summers, such as in the South or Southwest, spring weddings have all the sun without the stifling temperatures. This Southwestern-inspired invitation is perfect for those desert weddings.
11. Fiesta Fun
What's more merry and spirited than a fiesta wedding? Celebrate spring with bright colors and Mexican details for a Cinco de Mayo affair. This suite features peppy loteria cards (used to play a version of bingo) to create a joyful vibe.
12. Illustrated Envelopes
Want a lovely spring illustration, but don't have enough room for it on your invitation? Incorporate it on your envelope lining instead for an unexpected touch.
13. Retro Ideas
Retro crafts are very popular at weddings right now, from string art seating charts to felted yarn garland. Add color-by-number style prints to the list with this forest invitation, great for a late spring wedding being hosted outdoors.
14. Mid-Century Modern Elegance
We've seen mid-century modern elements everywhere lately. A chic take on retro, this peachy suite features 1960s patterns on high-quality paper.
16. Simple Sophistication
With a light gray font, this minimalist invitation is for spring weddings that are simple and relaxed. Pair with a neutral envelope, or one in your color palette.
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