Yellow Wedding Invitations and Invites
Brighten up your wedding with sunny yellow wedding invitations. Yellow invites will make your guests smile and bring a lot of sunshine to your wedding. Find your perfect yellow invitation at Wedding Paper Divas.
The color scheme for your big day is one of the most fun parts of planning a wedding. Wedding color schemes are a key part of planning your big day. Deciding on the color palette for your wedding will help you in making decisions during the planning process, such as invitations, dresses, flowers, cake decorations, table linens and more.
You might choose a palette of two to three colors or stick with a basic black and white with one accent color. If you want help in choosing a color palette you can begin by looking around you at some of your favorite items. You can also research color schemes online or go look for colors at a local paint store.
Let's say, for example, that your favorite color is yellow. You can sprinkle yellow accents throughout your wedding day. You can use yellow in your bridal party attire, your floral arrangements and your wedding cake. You can also send out yellow wedding invitations, save-the-date cards and put yellow on your wedding website
. Starting six to eight months before the wedding when those save the date cards
are mailed out you can begin to set the theme for your event.
Whether you choose bright pink floral arrangements, black and white bridal party attire or yellow wedding invitations, if you choose a color scheme for your wedding day that reflects your personality as a couple you cannot go wrong!
Customer reviews of our Yellow Wedding Invitations and Invites
April 9, 2014Unique
"I loved this card even more in person, the paper, the texture and it just has a great balance. We are going with this one in black."
June 30, 2013Wonderful Invite
"I was a little nervous about what the quality of the foil stamping would be like but it was flawless. They were simple but a little flashy in a good way. Loved them! We also added the gold liner to the envelopes which I thought added a lot."