This year’s Quince invitation trends include a mixture of new ideas as well as some old trends that have been around.
If you can’t decide what invites to go for, find some inspiration by scrolling down and taking a look at the 2018 trends.
A delicate swift of color across paper creates a softness and romance with watercolor invitations. Ombre effects, watery diffuseness, or colorful florals, are just a few styles you can achieve with this beautiful effect.
Today, calligraphy has overtaken most invitation designs. It’s no surprise that this beautiful effect that detaches from your normal and perhaps somewhat boring printed font, captures many hearts.
Acrylic has such a cool and unique effect on invitations, that causes it to inevitably stand out from your regular invite.
Greeneries, flowers, and palms, are ideal for day time and destination weddings. But if you’re an absolute flower lover or your Quince revolves around breathtaking flower arrangements, why not?!
- Metallic Foil
Metallic foil is a great way to incorporate that extra effect to minimalist invitations and gives it an extra shimmer.
Laser cut invitations give out an extremely elegant and outstanding look. Choose from hundreds of designs and patterns, and select one the one you like the most in any color.
- Blind press
Blind press is the effect given to paper as “dents”, without any ink. It definitely gives it a very distinguished appeal.
- The marble effect has been a top trend for the last couple of years and invitations are not immune to it.
#FBF to our week of producing our Rose Gold Collection where we hand made this custom folio with rose gold and grey marble. We love bringing unique prints to our custom folios. ——————————————————————————— We have more invites coming because we just know Rose Gold will make a statement at any event! It’s so soft and elegant.
- Lined Envelopes
Many times, an invitation’s envelop, goes right to oblivion when designing and creating the design. But lately, we’re starting to see a beautiful implementation of the invite’s design, and we love it!
High Contrast Colors
Dark colored paper with a metallic or pale color font creates the most amazing effect in invitations and it is not limited to only winter or fall seasons.