2020 was certainly a year for reflection. And with that many have redefined what’s most important. To that end, we’ll see a new year of weddings that are rich with personal style and incredible attention to detail. While we all continue to adjust in this ongoing pandemic, wedding style and trends continue to evolve with welcome creativity.
One of the new year’s biggest trends is the importance of the wedding motif. Custom designed motifs, also referred to as wedding logos, are typically introduced in a Save the Date and carried through on the Invitation and day of items. It is the key graphic that will set the style and tone of the event.
Motifs can be as simple and stunning as a beautiful 2-letter interlocking monogram used throughout the suite. Or it could be a more elaborate watercolor crest design coupled with soft, romantic, or rich florals paired with a custom script monogram. Motifs that are inspired by location can also provide great design direction for the rest of the suite.
For many couples, commissioning a boutique stationer may be the best first step. If budget allows, a stationer can start from scratch with a custom, one-of-a-kind invitation suite tailored to the couple’s style and event tone. And with so many tools to personalize pre-designed invitations, making this happen on a budget is easier than ever.
At Paper Daisies, a design studio specializing in stationery for big celebrations, we help engaged couples, event planners and celebration hosts bring their unique vision/brand to life. As a small company made up of genuine people pleasers, our designers walk our clients through the process from beginning to end.
We are a Pinterest page come to life, offering a one-stop shop that provides everything from save the dates and invitations to napkins and signage. For clients choosing from our Online Collection, paper-daisies.com offers an easy way to personalize and place their order with a designer who is ready and excited to get started.
Photography by Willet Photo.
Photography by Ryan Ray.
Photography by: Amanda Olivia Photography, Ryan Ray, Rebecca Cerasani, Paper Daisies Photography, Willet Photo