20 Floral Save-the-Dates for Your Spring Wedding
Nothing embodies spring quite like a display of lush flowers. There are many reasons to choose the season for your wedding date, but fresh blooms are commonly the main attraction. Believe it or not, there are plenty of ways to showcase your favorite springtime blooms that don't actually require the help of a florist (although for fresh blooms, hiring a pro is absolutely essential). Our favorite example of this is flower-printed or painted save-the-dates. Think about it: Save-the-dates are the first impression your guests will have of your big day. So, why not play up your wedding's strengths by hinting at your bloom-filled soirée?
Since the season is a big one for wedding flowers, you have plenty of floral save-the-date options to choose from. Just choose which in-season blooms you love, then design your save-the-date with the style of your wedding in mind. Take this Bespoke Strokes suite, for example. The painted and labeled illustration and deckle-edges makes this save-the-date feel like a page ripped straight from an agricultural textbook. Its overall vibe spoke to the sophisticated, rustic wedding to come.
It's important to note that floral save-the-dates do not need to exclusively feature flowers. Blooms can complement other springy elements like paintings of birds, butterflies, and fruits. Pastel color schemes and metallic details can also elevate the overall look of your suite. However you choose to work the season's prettiest flora into your save-the-dates, they'll definitely help develop your big day's springtime aesthetic: As guests receive your notes, they'll associate your big day with the kickoff of this beloved time of year—which is, ultimately, exactly what this part of your invitation suite should do.
Mandala Cut Outs
Amber Moon Design constructed unique invites with floral mandala cut-outs that revealed this wedding's date.
These self-made save-the-dates displayed the bride and grooms' names in a vine flower crown for a clean look.
Tea Bag Tags
Alex Leigh Franklin created these greenery-filled save-the-dates. They displayed the dry-weather vegetation seen throughout this springy Texas wedding.
Mauve-colored florals, which were later seen throughout this wedding's décor, surrounded the monogram on these classic deckle-edged save-the-dates by The Ayla View.
Lavender and Blush Wreath
Nina Thomas Studio used a lavender and blush colored wreath to play up the springtime vibe of this calligraphed stationery suite.
Ombré leaves transitioning from green-to-yellow brightened up these seasonal Alina Gallo save-the-dates and hinted at this greenery-filled fête.
Seasonal berries added a rustic feel to these square save-the-dates by Antiquaria.
This couple asked Julie Song Ink to paint the rose-filled landscape of their wedding's venue on their save-the-dates.
This desert-themed stationery suite by Guerilla Suit displayed large modern letters made out of different plants and nature scenes.
Flourish by Colleen Winton used images of dainty, colorful wildflowers to add a contemporary vibe to these seasonal save-the-dates.
Modern Botanical Design
This save-the-date by Venamour offered a contemporary take on traditional botanicals. It set a chic, modern tone for the upcoming soirée.
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