I have a grin from ear to ear today. Why, you ask? It’s officially Spring!!! And there are so many things to love about that. I am personally celebrating a few things… today is my seven year anniversary with the love of my life, I’m looking forward to planting my garden, walks on the beach with our pup, and I’m SO ready for all of the sparkling new inspiration to come on SMP and SMP Living! We’re starting off fresh today with some of our favorite spring-forward wedding invitation designs. Whether it be a clean wash of watercolor, a bright pop of color or a splash of florals, these invites give us that energetic, sprightly feel that we look forward to each year. Pop on over to the gallery for the rest and tell us what you’re looking forward to this Spring!
Looking for a touch of whimsy? A floral adorned suite will do the trick. We love this custom design from Smitten on Paper.
Photography: Christina Block Photography | Cupcakes: Sugar Cake Shop
Go for a vibrant pop of color like a Billy Ball yellow as seen in the Erin + Brett wedding invite from Bow & Arrow Paper & Design Co. These could even inspire a pretty bouquet or boutonnière!
Custom-illustrated and completely gorgeous, these watercolor invitations from Julie Song Ink were inspired by antique mirrors and bohemian floral imagery.
Fun embellishments like a floral pattern belly band, bright patterns and a satin green ribbon made this custom invitation from Ten Four Paper stand out.
Photography: L Photographie
You can’t go wrong with a crisp, clean, sophisticated wedding invitation like this bespoke beauty from Oscar & Emma. This modern style works anytime of year, but feels oh so satisfying for Spring.
Floral Design: Gathering Floral + Event Design
Nothing says Spring more than a gorgeous green. If your style is a bit more classic, try something similar to this custom suite designed and letterpress printed by Kimberly FitzSimons.
Photography: Kimberly Fitzsimons
Oscar & Emma
, Gathering Floral + Event Design
, Ten Four Paper
and Kimberly FitzSimons
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