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2019 stationery trends

2019 stationery trends: Image 1 Lisa Forde of Shropshire's Tree of Hearts shares her stationery trend predictions.

“2019 is sure to be an incredible year in the world of wedding stationery. With so many incredible themes trending across the industry, we can expect to see some beautiful styling reflected throughout a wide range of wedding stationery pieces. Here are just some of the trends set to inspire:

Simple and sophisticated

Simplicity is key for 2019, with many of our lovely customers opting for minimalist yet sophisticated designs. Many of these are predominantly white, with white weddings still as popular as ever. This is partly thanks to people taking inspiration from the royal weddings of 2018, but it's also due to the rise of small, intimate weddings.

Nature

Many couples are choosing nature-inspired designs, with botanicals staying a strong theme for 2019. Wedding stationery adorned with roses is a popular choice. However, lots of people are also choosing sunflowers, pairing it with rustic styling - a very widespread theme for the last few years. Foliage is gradually overtaking flowers, with more designs than ever featuring plants, particularly the on-trend eucalyptus.

Royal

Lots of 2019 couples are choosing regal designs – royal wedding fever isn't dying out any time soon. Designs with fancy swirls against neutral backgrounds are being loved by many – it's a classic, timeless look. Likewise, elaborate fonts are also becoming more popular.

Bright

Colours are set to be a massive trend for 2019 weddings, and we can expect to see this through the stationery that people are choosing. The trend of blush pink is dying down, and many are choosing much brighter shades, taking inspiration from the '70s with shades of red, orange, and yellow. Likewise, the 'jewel tones' colour scheme is also rising in popularity, with many people choosing stationery in colours including shades of purple, pink, and green. We are also seeing singular shades trending, including burgundy, and Pantone's Colour of the Year, Living Coral. These shades are perfect if you're looking for something a little bit more eye-catching for your stationery.

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