If there’s one thing that planning a wedding in 2020 has taught couples across the world, it’s that it’s better to be over-prepared. With social distancing guidelines, gathering capacity rules, and travel restrictions constantly changing, it’s essential that couples have a plan in place for notifying guests about changes to the celebration—and that’s especially once invitations with the details for the day have gone out. To that end, we’re sharing expert-approved advice on how to quickly and effectively share wedding-related updates with your guests when invitations aren’t an option.
Related: How to Concisely Convey All of Your Wedding Details on Your Invitations
Send a second, smaller printed card.
Kristy Rice, owner and founder of Momental Designs, believes that the way you convey the changed details of the wedding day should be reflective of the importance of the change. “For example, we’ve had many couples require a change in venue after
When it comes to fall wedding invitations, there are so many different styles you can choose from. This season, which happens to be the most popular time of the year for weddings, is best known for rustic everything, but if that’s not quite your aesthetic, you’ve got plenty of other options for your wedding stationery. We scouted some of our favorite online wedding invitation retailers to find these unique designs, which range from rustic and country chic to classic, boho, minimalist, vintage, and more.
Below, read more about fall wedding invitations and see our picks that you can buy right now.
Fall wedding invitation colors
Traditional fall wedding colors include warm palettes and hues, such as orange, yellow, red, burgundy, rose gold, bronze, and brown. All of these colors are also popular for fall wedding invitations, but don’t be hesitant to go beyond the norm. For minimalist
There’s no rule that says your wedding invitations must reflect your wedding season, but incorporating seasonal details can be a great place to start when deciding how to decorate your stationery. For winter wedding invitations, Christmas-themed motifs are an obvious choice, but they definitely aren’t your only option. We’re sharing our hand-picked examples of winter-themed wedding invitations to prove just how many different ways you can go—and the best part is that you can buy all of these designs online.
Keep reading for the winter wedding invitations basics and 27 designs you can shop right now.
Winter wedding invitation colors
The traditional green and red color palette is popular for December weddings, but if you’re getting married in November, January, or February, there are so many other color schemes to choose from. Some of our favorite colors for winter wedding invitations include navy blue, burgundy, emerald