Floral details are a beautiful way to add beauty and charm to your invitation suite no matter what time of year you plan to host your nuptials. Floral wedding invitations are available in a variety of styles, from romantic and glamorous to whimsical and rustic.
Furthermore, you can find stylish floral designs in almost any color palette; whether you want something soft and muted, bright and bold, or dark and moody, there’s a floral invite for you. We’ve put together a list of our favorite floral wedding invitations.
FYI, every template on our site is free and can be customized using your laptop, desktop and even through your smartphone.
How to Download
- What you need to do is click (left-click) the preview image.
- You should see a new page popped-up in your display, then you need to “right-click” the image and select “Save image as”
- Locate the destination folder, or just leave it as it is. Then “Enter” starts the download process.
Please note this, all files/materials have been included in that package, so once it’s finished, you are able to customize it right away.
Simple Wedding Wording Ideas
While most couples focus on the big things, such as the wedding gown, location, and catering, invitations are also important. Your invitation is your signature piece of bridal stationery, and it serves as the first glimpse of your wedding style. Because first impressions are important, you should carefully consider your wedding invitation style and wording so guests know what to expect.
Wedding invitations are divided into five sections: host names, greeting, couple’s names, important details, and reception. To avoid confusing your guests, keep your invitation as brief as possible so that the recipients don’t have to hunt for the date or location.
Invitations given in the names of the parents of the Bride and Groom:
- (Bride’s parents) and (Groom’s parents) invite you to celebrate the marriage of (Bride & Groom)
- (Bride’s parents) and (Groom’s parents) invite you to celebrate with us the marriage of our children (Bride & Groom)
- (Bride’s parents) and (Groom’s parents) invite you to the Marriage of their Children (Bride & Groom)
Invitations preceding the names of the Bride and Groom:
- Add to the joy of our wedding day! Celebrate the marriage of (Bride & Groom)
- Celebrate our marriage with us!
- Celebrate the love of (Bride & Groom)
- Join us as we celebrate the beautiful marriage of (Bride & Groom)
- Join us for the wedding of (Bride & Groom)
- Kindly join us for the wedding
- Please add the blessing of your presence as (Bride & Groom) are united in Holy Matrimony.
- In a dizzying development, (Bride & Groom) are tying the knot! See it for yourself!
- Come for the vows, stay for the party!
- It is our great joy to invite you to our garden wedding!
- Our sweet romance becomes our wedding dance
- You are cordially invited to a Wedding Fiesta.
RSVP deadlines, a dress code, plus-one options, a link to your gift registry or wedding website, and whether or not you want children to attend are all important details to include.
Some couples also request that guests refrain from taking photos during the ceremony so that the professional photographers do not get in the way. Take some time to discuss these issues with your partner, and then try to include a brief summary on the invitation.