Once you have your wedding venue and date picked out, this is when the fun stuff REALLY begins. Whether you’re getting married in the spring, summer, fall, or winter, your wedding season and location will help you decide on your overall wedding design and theme.
One of our favorite parts of designing a wedding starts with the wedding invitations. Your wedding invites are essentially the opening act to your wedding, and will set the mood/tone and decor for your big day. The great news is that finding gorgeous and super affordable wedding invitations for every style and season is easier than ever thanks to our favorite wedding company, Zola.
You can build your whole invitation suite using their matching save the dates, invites, and day-of paper like programs, menus, and thank you cards, too. Plus, don’t forget to take advantage of Zola’s easy-to-use (and free) wedding websites that are made to match every single suite perfectly. Trust us when we say we’ve tried almost every wedding website builder out there and Zola’s is one of the best. Guests can not only RSVP on your website, but they can also find all your wedding details and your wedding registry in one easy place.
Now that you know WHERE to get your wedding invites (and WHEN), the question is WHICH design should you choose? Maybe you’re having a fall wedding at a rustic yet chic outdoor wedding venue, OR you’re saying “I Do” next summer at a glam Hawaiian hotel. No matter where you’re getting married or when, Zola has got you covered.
We picked out our favorite Zola invitation designs for every season, below. When you find the one you love, click the link and get 30% OFF ON YOUR INVITES.
PRO TIP: Zola offers a free guest list manager tool for easy tracking, as well as FREE guest addressing on your envelopes. Input your guest addresses into their tool just once, and they’ll magically fill out your envelopes in one click. This will save you SO much time on your save the dates, invites, and thank yous.
Woodsy browns and oranges (even florals!) are perfect for fall weddings. Did you know that according to Zola couples, the most popular wedding date this year is October 12?
Darker hues such as navy and black pair perfectly with winter white and burgundy. With cold temps and warm fires, we love going a bit dramatic for winter weddings.
Dreamy pastels with vintage embellishments are perfect for spring weddings. The lighter palettes below also work super well for brunch weddings and bridal showers!
Summer=fun, which means wedding invitations with florals, festive designs, and colors that work for ceremonies and receptions that are held outdoors or in.