Winter weddings have a magical quality, whether it's the nights closing in or the need to draw close to your loved ones for warmth, winter is a romantic season. Our selection of exquisitely designed wedding stationery will provide you with some dazzling inspiration for your future winter nuptials. Here you will find our top suggestions for winter wedding colour palettes, to suit all tastes and styles.
Burgundy & Gold
The rich and sumptuous colour combination of burgundy and gold is perfect for adding a touch of glamour to proceedings. Traditional and stylish this decadent colour scheme epitomizes luxury with champagne gold detailing.
Midnight Blue & White
Draw inspiration from the night sky with these celestial, stargazing themed designs. The deep blue watercolour hues from the backdrop are perfectly aligned with the elegantly drawn constellations.
Gloriously festive, our winter berries wedding stationery collection is perfect for any weddings close to Christmas. The iconic combination of bright red from the berries with rustic green from the foliage will add a touch of festive cheer to your day.
Black & Gold
Elegant and sophisticated, our selection of black and gold stationery features an abstract paint effect which is reminiscent of a flickering fire. A bold and striking combination sure to make a sensational impact on your wedding day.
If you are looking for a more delicate option for your wedding then our gold floral wedding stationery should be just right for you. Featuring hand-painted flowers, with accents of mint green, peach and blush pink, this soft colour palette will add a touch of romantic splendour to your special day.
We hope you’ll be able to find the right shades to perfectly complement your big day. For more inspiration, feel free to check out our other blog posts here and browse the rest of our wonderful wedding stationery here.
I would like to leave you with a quote from Edith Sitwell, who perfectly sums up the joys of winter and thus a winter wedding,
‘Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home’.