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Invitation Trend – Envelope Liners


Invitations have become so much more than the standard “who,” “what,” “when,” and “where.” They’re the pieces that set the tone for your wedding. From font style to texture, to our new favorite trend – envelope liners – your invitations will give your guests an idea of what to expect.

Latest Trend – Envelope Liners

Your stationery is the first impression your guests will have of your wedding. It conveys the atmosphere you’re going for and how formal or casual they should expect the festivities to be. One way that brides have gotten creative with the standard invitation suite is by adding an inventive envelope liner that reflects the wedding’s sense of style! From watercolor to a photo from your engagement shoot, a map of your hometown or flowers featured in your bouquet, the options are endless when it comes to choosing a design!

Envelope Liners | Jupiter and Juno | As Seen on


Watercolor emerged last year as a stylish trend, and its popularity has stayed strong. It’s a dramatic, beautiful, and effortless way to showcase your wedding colors. The watercolor theme merges perfectly with couples who are looking to celebrate their marriage with their closest friends and family in a more casual and relaxed atmosphere.

Envelope Liners| Branco Prata | As Seen on

Envelope Liners | Brumley and Wells | As Seen on

Brumley and Wells –

Font Styles

Font styles have also seen a drastic change in the past few years. Ranging from elegant scrolling scripts to a more casual handwritten look – and then blending the two to create a natural and classic combining a script like cursive with easy-going handwriting – we’ve seemed to settle on an easy elegance style font.

Floral Patterns

Though we love the idea of catering your wedding day to reflect your personalities as a couple, it seems that the formal wedding is starting to make a comeback, and with it, the reemergence of floral patterns. We’re not complaining! Incorporating a more modern design of flower patterns into your invitation suite – as these two envelope liners have done – is a great way to reveal the essence of your wedding plans without giving the details away.

Envelope Liners | Beacon Lane | As Seen on

Envelope Liners | Perry Vaile Photo | As seen on

Perry Vaile Photo


Wedding invitations are generally slated to go out six to eight weeks before the big day. While it may seem like something you can put off, the process of designing, printing, and labeling invites can take time. That said, you’ll want to be thinking about your invites as far as six months before the actual wedding date.

Envelope Liners | Olympia Creative | As Seen on

Olympia Creative –


With so many chic stationary options – we’re drooling over this marble print – your invitation planning should be a breeze. The trick is to keep the trends in mind while also staying true to your roots as a couple. If you can do those two things simultaneously, you’ll end up with invitations that are inventive, stylish – and most importantly – you!


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