The Prettiest Floral Wedding Invitations
Hoping to add all kinds of romance to your wedding day? Look no further than floral wedding invitations. Whether you're planning an outdoor, garden-inspired wedding or simply love flowers, floral details add an element of elegance to your event's stationery. What's more, these details aren't only suited for spring and summer weddings. For cold-weather events, have your stationer use in-season flowers throughout your suite or choose a darker colorway for your paper set. Depending on the theme of your big day, there are so many different ways to feature florals on your paper goods. Add them to your invitation cards or include a floral motif elsewhere, like on your envelope liners or RSVP cards.
For a personal touch to your suite, customize your favorite floral details by working in your wedding-day color palette—and maybe even your day-of flower selections. With an extra dose of customization, your stationery can actually foreshadow many of your future big-day details. Get guests excited for your classic event with a rose motif. A boho-chic celebration, on the other hand, calls for wildflowers or other whimsical blooms like cosmos or poppies. If you're throwing a modern event, surround contemporary geometric designs with bright florals, like Betty Lu Paperie did here.
Ahead you'll find an array of suites that play with flora in countless different ways, from unique color ways and patterns to interesting placement options. Ready to see how you can utilize this detail in your own stationery? Click through to check out some of our favorite wedding invitations that feature flowers.
The couple's flower-filled wedding venue served as inspiration for their Amanda Day Rose invite suite. The set contained two recreations of the location and was finished with a floral envelope liner.
A transparent vellum envelope allowed future attendees to view the painted flowers on this Rachel Marvin Creative design before they even opened it.
Hand-painted flowers and greenery adorned the main cards of this Nib and Pixel stationery.
Citrus Press Co. dressed up this white suite with painted pink garden roses and greenery. The same pattern was also used on the belly band.
You can easily include florals in your fall stationery. Just opt for darker colors. Papertree Studio chose deep maroon and dusty rose hues for this suite.
Floral elements don't have to be incorporated in every part of your suite to make a statement. Half Moon Lettering opted to paint a single bloom on the back of this stationery's itinerary card.
An illustrated flower was an unexpected addition to these vintage invitations by Shasta Bell.
Southern Fried Paper laser-cut a floral motif into light pink paper. To showcase the set's theme even more, the pros also added a graphic liner to the inside of each envelope.
Your invitation set should inform your guests of your wedding's theme. That's why Bonne Nouvelle Design added bright floral details to multiple parts of this wildflower-filled event's stationery.
A single flower joined together the three parts of these Julie Song Ink invitations.
Alex Fairchild (the bride's best friend) added green borders around every component of the couple's invitations. To finish them off, Kelle McCarter used the same green hue to calligraph the wedding details onto each piece.
A vibrant photo of anemones and garden roses made a statement on the liner and custom postage of this Shine Wedding Invitations suite.
The beige hues in this Four Leaf Clover Studio set's floral envelope liner highlighted its neutral color palette.
Blue thistles and pink orchids weren't just seen in this event's floral arrangements—they could also be found on the inside of the couple's Antiquaria stationery.
This Minted stationery received a pop of color thanks to its envelope's bright floral pattern.
The waxy, graphic leaves on each part of this Lily + Jude paper set connected the stationery back to the envelope's single-bloom liner.
Yonder Design created this couple's dramatic paper goods using deep maroon peonies on multiple parts of the suite.
This Stephanie Fishwick creation inspired not only the stationery used throughout the event, but also the wedding's color palette and floral arrangements.
Charmed Events Group paired tiny lemons with pink peonies on a suite for a citrus-inspired event.
Papel & Co. ensured every part of this set got a floral upgrade—right down to the couple's custom crest.
Watercolor Stationery Suite
Julie Song Ink calligraphed, designed, and hand-painted this invitation suite, which was then flat-printed into thick textured paper. The stationery showcased the wedding colors: pastel shades of pink, yellow, and green.
Tropical Floral Invitation
For their Hawaiian wedding, this couple chose a palette of muted jade and pink with gold highlights, instead of the usual bright tropical prints, and focused on two motifs: palm leaves and pineapples. Julie Song Ink designed and digitally printed the suite with green and gold fonts, jade-green palm leaves and ferns, and pink blossoms.