If flowers are a significant component of your wedding, you can use our floral wedding invitations to make them the focal point of your wedding stationery. You’re sure to find a floral arrangement that matches the design of the flowers you’ve been picturing for your wedding, from vintage magnolias to watercolor flower crowns!
Just as your choice of flowers will determine the aesthetic of your wedding, your choice of invitations will determine how your wedding will be celebrated. Weddings in the spring and summer, when mother nature is at her most beautiful, are perfect occasions for floral wedding invitations.
Use our dainty pastel floral Canva wedding invitations to evoke the beauty of your countryside venue, or a floral design in soft greys and ivory for your vintage wedding. If you need assistance deciding which of our floral wedding invitations is best for your wedding, please do not hesitate to contact our helpful customer service team!
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Neutral Wedding Color Palette Ideas
Contrary to popular belief, choosing a neutral color scheme for your wedding doesn’t mean you have to stick to a limited palette of shades and color combinations. If tans, creams, and hints of gray are too plain of a color scheme for you, subtly add pastel hues like an airy blush and light peach, or go the other way and add gleaming champagne or gold for a more opulent look and a sparkling finishing touch.
Remember that not every aspect of your wedding needs to be neutral. Including neutral decor items in specific areas of your wedding, like the chairs used for the ceremony or the table settings, can occasionally complete or enhance a larger theme.
Jazz up the Seating Chart
To give your seating chart a chic and understated feel, have your event designer or planner mount it on a straightforward, lovely piece of wood and frame it with garlands. For those who want a rustic feel to their wedding, especially good.
Create Your Own Backdrop
There isn’t room for a conventional arch? It’s no issue. Bring out the candles for added drama after hanging your floral and greenery decorations behind you. An antique piece of furniture can be used as a backdrop for your altar and a convenient place to place additional candles (varying heights make all the difference).
A guestbook table arrangement made of sagey, dusty greens like eucalyptus and olive branches makes a bold statement. The subdued greenery fits this venue space filled with neutrals especially well. Want to make better use of that lovely setup? If the reception won’t have a guestbook table, ask your event planner to move it to the bar area after the ceremony.
Opt for Tropical Leaves
Use a cream tablecloth, crisp white napkins, and plates to keep your tables uncomplicated. Instead of extravagant centerpieces, decorate the table with striking tropical leaves in straightforward containers. The table is also given a little more formality by the use of touches of gold.