Innovative floral invites perfect for a lawn affair or garden soirée.
IN FULL BLOOM “Charming floral designs are perfect for garden-inspired wedding stationery. The hand-illustrated names also add a romantic touch. For this invitation, we printed on a natural white wove cover stock, which has a matte finish. This bride used her invitations to imply a rustic affair.” Brittany Stephens, Rifle Paper Co.
Sophisticated florals, hand-illustrated accents, and real flower specimens are just a few interesting invitation details fit for your outdoor affair. Check out these five fabulous stationery samples for garden-worthy inspiration.
“This was inspired by the flora of Central Florida. Each piece of the invitation was treated as if it were a fascinating specimen that each guest could discover for themselves. Letterpress, die cutting, and custom binding were used to help this piece stand out. It sets a tone that is elegant but adventurous, inviting folks to be themselves.” Brooks Chambers, Mama’s Sauce
|This invite has a variety of color options perfect for budget-conscious brides. Digitally printed on matte cardstock, the delicately designed flora on the invitation implies that the ceremony will be intimate, but not necessarily formal. The earth-tone color scheme is also a hint to expect to be outdoors. Wedding Paper Divas, weddingpaperdivas.com|
“This wedding invitation suggests an intimate but formal garden wedding. The beautiful gold shimmery pocket invitation is accented with small gold flowers and ivory ribbons. Because of the fine paper and the sparkling thermography ink, this presentation says ‘Better wear your finest suit and cocktail dress!’” Maureen Hall, Maureen H. Hall Stationery and Invitations
|“This invitation uses nature-inspired colors to evoke a garden feeling. The invitation layer was printed on recycled paper, which was backed with layers of raw silk, tied with a natural sinamay, and finished with a preserved orchid. Because of this, the invitation tells the guest that the wedding is an elegant, outdoor affair.” Erica and Ashley, Paper Dolls Ink|