Incorporating flowers into your wedding decorations will help you create a stunning backdrop for your wedding, as well as a consistent look across your wedding ceremony and reception venues.
If you’ve already decided on the flowers for your bouquet and floral arrangements, match your wedding stationery! All of our floral wedding invitations come with a selection of on-the-day wedding stationery that will complement your floral centerpieces.
Make matching wedding table numbers peek out from the tops of your mason jars of flowers and label your wedding favors with beautiful floral wedding gift tags. As your floral wedding invitations are only the beginning of your floral wedding stationery suite, the possibilities are endless.
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Virtual Wedding Reception Ideas
Because virtual wedding receptions are still relatively new, one of their advantages is that there are no hard and fast rules imposed by tradition. You can literally plan and invite whoever you want to this wedding! Many people limit the number of in-person guests to close relatives and friends, with virtual invitations sent to distant relatives and work friends—no feelings hurt, no budget bloated.
A dress code can help set the tone for this momentous occasion and foster a sense of community among all guests. According to Stillwell, “the closer the virtual guests can be to the live guests, the better the party!”
It’s a thoughtful gesture to send a surprise package to each virtual guest the week before the wedding. This can be as simple or as elaborate as your budget allows, but consider: a beautifully wrapped box with a mini wedding cake, small bottles of Champagne, and a program to follow during the ceremony.
Virtual events have pushed industry vendors to experiment with new technology and create innovative digital event experiences. There are a lot of wedding planners, caterers, and technology companies that are starting to offer “Zoom Weddings,” so look for vendors who have experience with virtual entertainment and event technology.