Whilst it's only July there are many that are putting the finishing touches to the planning of their winter or Christmas weddings either this year or next.
Here at Elle Bee we love Christmas! From wrapping up in front of a warm fire, to mulled wine, rich food and family, to the gorgeous colours that can be associated with winter. There are tons of colour options for a winter or Christmas wedding, from rich reds and greens, to ice blue and white.
We've created two collections that can be used for a winter or Christmas wedding:
Borealis – named after the Greek Goddess of weather – is our first Winter Stationery range.
Made using double layered white hammered cardstock, this range has a beautiful pearlescent delicate Snow Flake paper layered onto the design. The paper can match with many colour ranges, but work especially well with Christmas colours such as Ivory, Red and Midnight Blue.
Sat on top of a beautiful Dior bow is a large Diamante Snowflake, picked especially to match with the paper. To finish, delicate script typeface is used and decorated with crystal gems to add that touch of sparkle to every item!
Christmas Weddings can also be about going back to our roots, and more couples are now favouring a more Rustic Christmas Wedding, with the bare branches of winter trees, string instead of thread for the baubles and the use of Christmas wreaths made from spiced oranges, cloves and twigs. With this is mind, we came up with our second Winter Invitations and stationery – Somerset House!
This Winter range is made purely using Kraft card to give that gorgeous rustic look but is decorated with multiple Snowflakes. And to make these snowflake invites stand out, all script and the snowflakes themselves are printed in Midnight Black, to really stand out against the Kraft Card.
Both of these collections are heavily customisable so that they can be matched up against your own wintry wedding theme. If you're planning a wonderful winter wedding, feel free to get in touch to discuss your requirements by filling in our contact form here.