20 BLOOMING LOVELY FLORAL INVITES FOR YOUR WEDDING
If you follow Bespoke Bride on Instagram you’ll know I recently sent out my Save the Dates. I’ve had so much wonderful feedback about them and I’m hugely grateful to Jess for designing them for me but now it’s time to send out the invitations and for this I’m turning to the professionals. As with everything I’ve sneak peaked so far, I want the invitations to really set the tone of the day so today’s title, floral stationery is a tiny hint at just one of the things we’ll be featuring a lot of on the day.
With too many designs to choose from, I decided to round up some of my favourite invitations from my new favourite stationery website Paperlust. They connect print design lovers like myself with work from top designers which can be personalised for all occasions. Every design is exclusive to Paperlust and completely customisable using an intuitive on site design tool. They also offer an array of luxury print options, including letterpress, white ink, raised foil, print on wood, real foil, digital print, photo cards and vellum so that you can completely customise your event.
I’ve linked to all my favourite floral invites but there are 100’s to choose from, so please let me know your favourites, so I can check them out if they’re not already on my list. Right, let’s get started!
1. Florals: The colours in this beautiful print are soooo Pantone colour of the year! Drawing inspiration from the Melbourne Botanical Gardens, this cute set would complement anyone planning a modern and floral ceremony.
2. Flowers Hill: These watercolour blooms are one of the prettiest designs I’ve come across so far! These will be sure to brighten up your guests’ letterboxes when they are posted out.
3. Folk Love: This trendy invite is influenced by folksy design with a minimal colour palette, perfect for a rustic wedding or for a simple celebration of love and would look great for those planning a rustic styled ceremony.
4. Garden Estate: If your having a modern outdoor or garden ceremony this invite is for you!
5. Kandara: These gorgeous hand painted watercolour palms would look fantastic for those planning a tropical themed wedding or someone whose heading off to a sunny destination to say their vows.
6. Red Flowers: Inspired by the paintings of Manet this beautiful invite is modern yet traditional and will set the tone for an fun yet classy occasion that your guests wont want to miss.
7. Lavendula: If you’re looking for something a little more simple these intricate watercolour sprigs of lavender in blue and purple hues are elegantly understated and will have your guests envisioning a beautiful garden filled with buzzing bees and sweet smelling lavender on your wedding day.
8. Botanic: Perhaps you want a more botanical theme with a slightly more rustic edge? Then these vintage floral invitations are just what you need.
9. Sophia Kaplan: This beautiful and fun wedding invitation suite features the rare slipper orchid plant and was created in collaboration with Sydney flower stylist Sophia Kaplan and Paperlust. For a couple planning an outdoor wedding or for those who simply love orchids as much as me, these vibrant foliage and orchid invites will give guests a taste of the day’s vibe in advance. This kind of greenery wedding invite set will suit perfectly with a day filled with natural foliage and orchids – be it in the bouquets, on the reception tables or attached to the welcome sign.
10. Sweet Tropical Invite: If you’re planning a tropical wedding there’s no better way to complement the event than with this sweet floral design.
11. Aviva: If you’re looking for a modern twist on tradition this delicate design was inspired by a fresh spring morning and would be perfect for a couple looking for modern Jewish wedding invitations. Blooming Pink combines traditional elements with contemporary design to form the perfect balance. Mazel tov!
12. Floral Circle: While some wedding trends come and go floral and vintage are here to stay so this vintage floral wreath wedding invitation is timeless. The mix of soft pinks, greens and lilacs make these invitations beautifully romantic. The floral design is perfect for any vintage-inspired wedding, and the gold and silver text will keep the design from dating.
13. Native Circle: We’re in love with this charming rustic gold wedding invitation. Inspired by beautiful Australian bushland. These rustic wedding invitations would be an idyllic introduction to a stunning countryside wedding. If you love native flowers or just love warm, autumn tones, these are great floral wedding invitations that aren’t too feminine or over the top.
14. Flos Paradisi: We love how this designer was influenced by colorful gardens in Germany and combined with German simplicity this design has been taken from pretty to gorgeous and would complement those planning a clean floral ceremony.
15. Blooming Day: This incredible Blooming Day collection is inspired by the changing of seasons and would be great for those planning a Floral & Botanical styled ceremony.
16. Luna: Who said simple was boring? Simple weddings can often be the most memorable and what better what to start things off than with minimalist wedding invitations? These modern black and white wedding invitations are especially in line with a sustainable or vegan wedding and have the bonus of being flexible and gender neutral.
17. Blanc Bloom: Based on delicate lines of script and illustration, this design also captures the colour palette of modern marble. It is perfect for an elegant couple who like to keep it simple and classy. This invite works for both traditional and modern weddings – or love celebrations that are a mix of the two. Whichever way you choose to style your wedding, these elegant rustic wedding invitations will add to its beauty.
18. Hens Party: Send your gal pals these pretty floral invites to set the tone for your hen.
19. Stylistically Green: These rustic winter wedding invitations ‘Stylistically Green’ feature subtle watercolour greens for a fresh look. This illustrated wedding invitation set is a contemporary choice featuring leaves and sprigs of greenery. If you’re a creative type who’s all about your backyard garden or house plants, this is for you. This design is perfect for garden wedding invitations or outdoor wedding invitations.
20. British Floral: There’s nothing more quintessentially british than this Delftware inspired invitation. Drawing inspiration from a garden in bloom, it would be ideal for a couple planning a spring time wedding. A silver foil wedding invitation speaks of luxury and could be used to match several other elements of the day – from wedding rings or bridesmaid dresses to gold cutlery or confetti at the reception. Spring wedding invites are a great way to give your guests something to look forward to through winter. Pinned to the fridge, either of these striking blue or pink floral colour palettes are sure to brighten up anyone’s kitchen. This wedding stationery suite contains an invitation, RSVP card and save the date.
You can see even more designs on the Paperlust website where they will soon be launching a brand new vellum range after customers have recently showed great interest in a vellum design posted on our social media. They will also be announcing a new ‘mix n’ match’ option where customers can select a range of colour stocks in their invitation suite to provide variety and express their own individuality. Last but not least, send and seal invitations are now live on the Paperlust site, where all your invitation cards are in one easy piece of card – no envelopes required!
So tell us, which is your favourite floral invite?