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To set the scene for your winter wedding, send an invite that includes seasonal details but doesn't necessarily shout "'Tis the Season." Don't know how to pull that off? See how these couples did it for their December, January, and February weddings with stationery suites that don't have a snowflake in sight!
Elegant Winter Invites
Even though Jojo got married in Southern California in January, she knew just where to turn for the touches that would make it extra-special, like the artificial snow that lined walkways around the property ("I'm from the East Coast—how could I have a winter wedding without snow?") and the right mix of stylized fonts that appeared on the gold and gray letterpressed suite (by Pitbulls and Posies).
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Liz Cooke from Lionheart Prints designed a flat-printed suite with gold foil stamping for this December wedding in Oklahoma. It incorporated hand-lettering on the suite and kraft paper envelopes calligraphed in white ink. A custom red tartan plaid lined the envelopes to vibe with the "Ralph Lauren at winter" aesthetic.
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Tiffany designed the black-and-white stationery suite for her February wedding in Colorado's Rocky Mountains complete with a custom crest with antlers.
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For a December wedding in Sundance, Utah, Cheryl Louise Humphreys designed this flat-printed suite with vintage-inspired photos of nature scenes from around the wedding venue.
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Genevieve and Eric drew some wintry inspiration from their wedding's location in Deer Valley, Utah and had Two Paperdolls design a logo for their invites that included ski poles crossing over a mountain, bordered by the couple's initials.
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Blue and White Invites
Because Alison and Markus only invited 19 guests to their February wedding (and knew they all could come!), they didn't give them the option to say no with this simple blue and white invitation by textile designer Charlotte Osterman.
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To set the mood for their December wedding, Kathryn and Ryan had Jill Poole from PS Paper design a simple red-and-charcoal suite with a subtle wreath motif that was elegant enough to distinguish itself from a Christmas card.
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Winter Plaid Invites
Allison R. Banks created invitations for this formal winter wedding in Alabama featuring navy ink engraved on white stock with gold edging. The envelope was lined with a custom plaid that matched the tablecloths used at the reception.
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For her winter wedding in Minneapolis, Molly handwrote her invitation, which was then letterpressed on white cardstock in a simple black-and-white design.