3 Paper Trends for Spring | Shindig Paperie

Trending: A Few Favorites

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Spring is just around the corner, and we are noting some of our favorite current design trends in the paper world: watercolor, painterly brush strokes and marble.

3 Paper Trends for Spring | Shindig Paperie

1. Watercolor –  Watercolor designs have been trending for a couple of years in paper, but they are definitely peaking and pushing the envelope! More and more brides want to use it on their wedding invitations, especially when paired with foil text. Crafty DIYers can even imitate this look at home, but most of us are probably content to leave it up to the professionals.

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We especially love the watercolor paired with hand lettering and foil as shown in this invitation by Bella Figura & art cards by Sycamore Street Press!

3 Paper Trends for Spring | Shindig Paperie

2. Painterly Brush Strokes – We love the perfect imperfections of the brush stroke look. We’ve been swooning over this trend for a while now and especially love it paired with monochromatic accents. Our favorite use? On your own personal stationery set as the envelope liner as shown in this set below by Haute Papier, swoon! Greeting cards shown above by Our Heiday & Moglea.

3 Paper Trends for Spring | Shindig Paperie

3. Marble – The marbled look has slowly but surely been making it’s way into interiors, fashion,and design across the board, and it’s easy to understand why. We love that the trend can be translated in a handful of different styles and color ways to match any occasion.

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All three of these looks are fresh, current and perfectly on trend. The shop is filled with a ton of grab and go goods representing these looks. As always, we can also mix and match through custom orders, creating limitless possibilities through these three trends.

Content and Photography: Blake Reynolds

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