Color Monday: Patterns To Express Wedding Style

May 5 2014

From fashion to fixtures to décor–we love using patterns! They speak volumes about our personality and can be a really fun way to express the wedding style. We’ve been moving through our 2014 wedding and stationery trends and now it’s time to celebrate decorative patterns. A few on-trend wedding patterns for 2014 include ombre and tribal designs as well as the beloved classics: bold stripes, polka dots, and dainty damasks. Patterns are a terrific design element for bringing visual interest to your wedding and stationery look.

Like with today’s less than formal inspiration, you could mix it up with a variety of patterns. Let the guys pick out their ties, your maids wear their fave patterned frock, and a few across your stationery, too. Be sure to carry your patterns across your stationery items for a fun variation but consistent wedding look. What’s your favorite pattern?

Bright and decorative wedding style inspiration from MagnetStreet

Featured: Wedding Program from the Whom My Soul Loves Design Suite

Stationery Suite Details

Whom My Soul Loves is an eclectic design that gets its name from the infamous Bible verse. Featuring a variety of patterns throughout the suite {stripes, crosshatch, floral, lace} the overall look is vintage eclectic yet with a modern and playful feel. See the Whom My Soul Loves Rectangle Wedding Program personalized in this punchy summer color palette.

Click here to visit MagnetStreet’s Color Boutique to:

  • discover & explore your dream color palette
  • browse stationery designs in your fave hues
  • request free color swatches

punchy summer color palette

For allowing us to use their photography, much thanks to …

Playing cards table numbers by Erin Hearts Court {via Green Wedding Shoes}|All other photos by Jagger Photography {via Green Wedding Shoes}



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