If flowers are an important aspect of your wedding, you can have them take center stage on your wedding stationery by using our floral wedding invites. With anything from watercolor flower crowns to vintage magnolias, you’re sure to find a floral design that matches the aesthetic of the flowers you’ve been picturing for your wedding!
Your choice of invitations will set the tone for your wedding celebrations, just as your choice of flowers will define the style of your wedding. Floral wedding invites are ideal for weddings in the spring and summer, when mother nature is at her most gorgeous.
Every template on our site comes for free and can be customized using your laptop, desktop, or even 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 click “Enter” to start the download process.
Please note that all files/materials have been included in that package, so once it’s finished, you will be able to customize it right away.
Vintage Wedding Ideas
Narrowing down the greatest vintage wedding ideas can be difficult at first—with so many styles and time periods to choose from, deciding what to include in your big day requires careful deliberation. We’ve gathered our top vintage wedding ideas from real weddings to help you with your wedding preparation. Explore our collection of stunning antique themes and decorations to get ideas for your wedding day.
Use wicker trays or woven basket trays as placemats to add texture to your table. Vegetables over a multicolored patchwork, vintage goblets, pewter flatware, spongeware, and range plates are further options. Consider utilizing vivid brick-patterned tablecloths, old brass dishes, exotic kumquats, and navel orange and cornflower centerpieces.
Wearing lace in painted cans makes for a delightful shabby chic bridal centerpiece. Make them the home of delicate flowers like baby’s breath to complete the appealing aesthetic. If you want your centerpiece to be the main attraction, choose huge blooms with deep green leaves for contrast. Curate them with care in a rustic white wooden basket.
Vintage shabby chic wedding floral décor has a freer design with a modern touch, without losing the vintage, garden, or farm-like ambiance. This can be accomplished by combining greenery, natural materials such as rough-spun fabrics and wood, as well as contrasting textures.
Consider the untamed garden roses paired with gigantic clustered hydrangeas hanging overhead at reception. Consider a star-shaped ranunculus, dahlia, and wildflower combination to liven up your décor. This will result in a vibrant or subtle color palette with an eclectic and luxuriant appearance.