Spring signifies new beginnings and the start of wedding season. This time of year is full of blooming flowers in nature and on wedding invitations. Take advantage of stunning wedding invitation designs, like Octavia or Destin. If your spring wedding theme is more subdued, opt for a clean wedding invitation design template in a pale shade, like Brisa.
When customizing your spring wedding invitations, choose a color palette that speaks to the season. If you’re having a garden celebration, consider pastel pinks, greens, and peaches. If your wedding theme is more modern, don’t shy away from bright hues. We recommend Bow Bridge in sky blue, or Stowe in coral.
While the wedding invite is the star of the show, there are other ways to incorporate your chosen invitation design into your wedding stationery. Select coordinating enclosure cards, programs, menus, and website templates to help your spring wedding bloom to life.
It’s customary to send out wedding invitations 6-8 weeks before your wedding date. This will give guests enough time to RSVP and you the opportunity to send out additional invitations should you receive declines.
For a spring wedding, you will likely send out invitations in February or April.
Keep in mind, spring is a popular season for weddings. Many occasions could conflict with your wedding date, like Easter, spring breaks, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations, and Memorial Day. If you are planning a spring wedding, let your guests know your wedding date well in advance by sending a save the date.
From bohemian and botanical to minimalist and modern, there are gorgeous wedding invitations of all styles on Zola. Here are some of our most popular invitation categories:
Whether you're going for classic white or a bright array of hues, Zola has the most popular wedding invitation colors for every wedding style. Checkout some of our most popular color categories.