When it comes to celebrating a special occasion, you can never go wrong with sending flowers—and the same goes for sending floral wedding invitations. Floral wedding stationery is always appropriate, regardless of your wedding season, wedding venue, or wedding decoration theme, and the good news is that there are designs to suit any style or formality.
The first step in shopping for wedding invitations is to look for inspiration, and we’ve got you covered there as well. Below is a selection of our editor-approved floral wedding invitations, illustrated with roses, peonies, hydrangeas, and other flowers to set a romantic tone for your special day, no matter how you’re celebrating.
In addition, I’ve created or left a number of large spots where you may freely write or type your party information, which will be crystal clear enough for your guests to see.
How to download:
- To begin, select your chosen design and right-click on the preview image.
- Choose “Save image as” and navigate to the location on your device where you want it to be saved.
- You can leave it alone for now and open it after the download is complete.
Third-party software such as Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Paint, Corel Draw, and others can be used to open the file.
For beginners, it is preferable to use Microsoft Word, which is capable of doing so flawlessly and has numerous tools to assist you, such as inputting text, changing font styles, and so on.
The date, time, and location of your wedding are all important details to include on your wedding invites. While these are the essential components of an invitation suite, keep in mind that the purpose of your stationery isn’t only utilitarian—it’s also a fantastic way to display your future wedding’s theme and color scheme.
Garden Wedding Ideas
Whether you’re still looking for the right garden wedding venue or have already found one, we’ve compiled a list of garden wedding ideas to help you plan the perfect day.
To begin, you must consider the season. Because your wedding will be at least partially outside, it’s obvious that you should pick a date depending on the weather, but the season will also influence your wedding’s design.
Because it’s a garden wedding, you’ll need a lot of flowers and foliage. Check with a florist to see what will be in season on your target date to ensure that everything from your bouquet to your decor will be available and won’t break the bank owing to seasonality.
Take a look at these great, low-cost garden wedding ideas.
Make sure your ideal venue
Choose a location that has significance for you or that you enjoy for its ambience. It could be your grandmother’s garden, your fiance’s seaside home, or your own backyard. To uncover the area’s possibilities, take a walk around it and get to know it from the perspective of wedding planning.
Make sure it’ll work for you and the number of people you’ll be entertaining. Consider the following:
Is there any weather protection on it? There’s no denying it: adverse weather must be factored into your plans.
Is there a dance-friendly area? Grass makes a wonderful carpet, but it’s not necessarily ideal for boogying, especially if your guests didn’t receive the memo about not wearing heels.
Consider the flower’s settings
Don’t neglect nature. Creating a beautiful and lavish secret garden to celebrate your nuptials doesn’t have to be floral specific, from luxuriant foliage like eucalyptus garland to an archway covered with ivy.
Dried florals are another trend to consider. Dried palm fronds, flowers, pampas grass, and other plants can be used. They’re not only one-of-a-kind, but they’re also a lot less expensive than typical blooms.
Decorate with pressed flowers
Pressed flowers can be used to provide a gentle hint to the garden motif to your wedding invitation, escort display, name place cards, and more. Consider doing it yourself for a more cost-effective option.
Create amazing floral arrangements.
Floral creations such as altar archways, hanging flower arrangements over dining tables, romantic backdrops, and more may elevate your garden wedding. Faux clouds made of baby’s breath are one of our all-time faves.
Add flowers on your wedding cake
Adding flowers on your wedding cake is a great way to make it more special. While we’re on the subject of dessert stations! You can choose to have a more basic cake with beautiful genuine flowers cascading down the side, or you can have piped flowers made of buttercream and fondant.
Keep your special day captured!
Photography is one of the things that most couples regret not spending more money on their wedding day.
You don’t want to miss out on wedding day images, whether you hire a professional photographer or have a dedicated friend capture key moments.
From formals and photos to the reception and beyond, try to cross everything off your list.
Consider hiring a professional photographer for an engagement shoot if you can’t afford one for your wedding day. Because the venue is in your backyard, you can still arrange for some lovely photographs of the location where your nuptials will take place for a fraction of the expense!