Wandering into the forest and losing yourself into its enchanted depths can be a magical experience. And you can recreate that atmosphere at your wedding by bringing together elements in different shades of green, looking for clean lines and rustic design elements.
A color palette that will work with a forest-themed wedding can incorporate greens of varying intensity, beige and browns.
You can set the tone with a very popular design of ours, the greenery watercolor illustrations will fit perfectly into a wedding planned for all nature lovers out there. The foliage designs include leafy garlands, laurels and wreaths.
In the collection you will find every printable you need like invitations, RSVP and wedding enclosures, save the date and thank you cards, menus, programs, table numbers, table top signs, place cards, posters, envelope addressing templates and many more.
Most of the table top printables like place cards and table numbers include tent folded and flat card versions.
One of my personal favorites is the hanging cards seating chart template. You can hang the cards on a cord with clothing pins or arrange them into a framed poster.
You can purchase the DIY templates from the “Lovely Leaves” botanical garden wedding collection at my Etsy shop – Shishko Templates.
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Yes, most brides dream of a spring, summer or fall wedding with warm weather and colorful decor, but if you want your big day to really stand out why not plan a cozy and warm winter wedding.
Winter is the most underrated season for weddings but there is nothing more romantic than the true warmth of the cold weather wedding under a blanket of snow. Snowy mountain, forest or a frozen lake is the perfect backdrop and it is there for you without spending a dime.
My choice for a winter wedding palette is crystal inspired colors, warm grays and beige, sparkling snowflakes and silver.
The rich colors and textures of the fall provide stunning backdrop for a wedding. If you are planning a fall wedding here is some warm color palette inspirational ideas in brown, amber, beige and gold colors.
Set up the tone for your fall wedding by inviting your guests with a rustic style invitation with maple leaf printed on ivory watercolor paper. Here is a close-up of the wedding invitation, RSVP and Thank you card set:
You can use fall leaves and naked branches for your wedding decor and add wedding menus, table numbers and escort cards to complete the look.
The first things that your guest will see are your save the date cards and wedding invitations that will set up the tone for your wedding day. Here is a close-up of the Elegant Ironwork templates with light blue and navy ornaments on white background:
The navy blue ornaments and font give a nice contrast to the white background color as will the navy blue suit next to the white wedding dress.
The wedding menu will compliment the rest of your table setting and overall feel of your elegant wedding day.
You can also add place cards and table numbers, wedding signs, gift tags and thank you notes.
Springtime is one of my favorite and most romantic seasons. There are no green leaves yet, but everything is in this early stage of flourishing, and so is love. And like the spring, marriage is a new beginning. Celebrate spring and love with brown neutrals, peach and cream colors!
I believe you would agree that the peacock is one of the most beautiful and inspiring creatures for a wedding theme. So many colors and textures to choose from, so many ideas!
Keep in mind though that the peacock themed wedding can easily go over the top with so many rich and powerful colors. Unless that’s what you intended – sometimes over the top is gorgeous. Just be careful, keep the level of taste high and please don’t put feathers everywhere you can – this is your wedding, not a zoo!
So one of the ways that you can go with is that decadent, bohemian style without being too literal and obvious. You can combine teal, turquoise, blue and green with gold, brown or purple shades. Here is one color combo that I like:
Usually the sunflowers go well with more brownish colors, but I really like the deep yellow and navy blue combination. You just need light and dark yellow (already in the flowers), 2 or 3 shades of navy blue and for the neutral colors you can go with beige, ivory, cream or old gold.
Here is the invitation with sunflowers and navy blue stripes:
Pink & Green is one of my favorite color combinations for weddings. I used it for the Leafy Branch wedding invitation template and made this wedding inspiration board for you. The color scheme includes warm pastel colors like pink, rose, ivory and olive greens. Enjoy!