If flowers are an important part of your wedding, 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’re sure to find a floral design that matches the style 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 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 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 are best for your wedding, please do not hesitate to contact our helpful customer service team!
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Wedding Ideas Stealing from TikTok
Because TikTok has become a breeding ground for almost every new trend these days, we scoured the app for the most exciting, buzzy, non-traditional details that brides and grooms can incorporate into their wedding day.
TikTok has pro tips (and the screen time to back it up) as well as plenty of inspiration. Though it hasn’t yet dethroned Pinterest as the ultimate wedding planning platform, it’s the ideal companion for brides and grooms looking for unique ways to say “I do.”
Many archaic gendered traditions resurface at weddings, and not just for the couple getting married, but also for the guests. This TikTok user received over a million likes for bringing this tip to the table: Name the woman first on invitations to couples (think Mrs. Jane and John Smith instead of Mr. John and Jane Smith.) It’s semantics, but it says a lot.
Over-the-top bridal party entrances were popular at wedding receptions long before TikTok. But now that TikTok trends and challenges have catapulted them to the next level (more on that later), it’s unfortunate that the newlyweds are missing out on the fun. Why not reverse the traditional order and enter the reception ahead of the bridal party to give the new spouses a chance to see their bridal party’s extravagant entrances?
Traditional Bouquet Toss
The bouquet toss is a contentious wedding custom. If the thought of a coin toss makes you cringe, there are plenty of other options to consider. Instead, a cute trend that has been gaining traction on TikTok is to summon married couples to the dance floor.
Your emcee will ask couples who have been married for a certain number of years to stay on the floor one by one until the couple who has been married the longest is the only one left. They’ll then take the microphone and give the newlyweds one piece of marriage advice. You get to keep your bouquet while also receiving some sound advice. It’s a win-win situation.