If flowers are important to you, you can have them take center stage on your wedding stationery by using our floral wedding invitations. With everything from watercolour flower crowns to vintage magnolias, you’ll be able to find a floral design that matches the style of the flowers you’ve been picturing for your big day! Your wedding invitations, like your flowers, will define the style of your wedding. Floral wedding invitations are ideal for weddings in the spring and summer, when Mother Nature is at her most beautiful.
Use our rustic wedding invitations to evoke the beauty of your country 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 are best for your wedding, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly customer service team!
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Wedding Flower Ideas
Gather some inspiration ideas before you start decorating your wedding venue. We’ve compiled a list of unique wedding flower ideas that will wow your guests. These contemporary floral arrangements are unlike anything you’ve ever seen, and they’ll look stunning in wedding photos.
Decorate your wedding venue with metallic buckets filled with fresh flowers to give guests the impression that they’ve arrived at a European flower shop. Individual stems of romantic blooms such as peonies, garden roses, tulips, or lilacs will fit in seamlessly (and fuel everyone’s wanderlust).
What’s a bohemian wedding without pampas grass? This dried wedding flower typically comes in neutral beige or muted pink shades, two essential hues of any boho color scheme. When planning your floral design, incorporate pampas grass along the ceremony aisle and at the altar. We also recommend adding small clusters to bridesmaid bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages and reception centerpieces too.
Freesias, calla lilies, gardenias, and ranunculus are all popular wedding flowers, so consider sunflowers as an alternative if you want something a little different. Because of its bright yellow color, this cheerful bloom is ideal for a summer wedding. (Because peak sunflower season is from July to October, you could also use them for an autumnal fall wedding.) We love how this couple transformed their altar with a bold sunflower arch.