Invite by Steph’s Personalised CardsA huge trend for 2014 is florals, and they’re coming in many guises – from arches and incredible displays at ceremonies to crowns in the hair, bow ties for the boys, patterned dresses for the maids, and of course the wedding stationery suite. Yes, invites are being showered with petal love with everything from simple graphical flowers gracing invitations to softer whimsical posies and dreamy watercolour blooms, giving them lashings of romantic appeal and setting a fun and happy tone for the big day. Here’s 11 fab floral stationery options we love…The new line from Steph’s Personalised Cards is just gorgeous! Winner of weddingsonline Stationery Supplier of the Year in our recent awards, you can see why if these fab chalk board inspired, floral pretties are anything to go by. A gorgeous way to bring a vintage and modern twist to your stationery suite.The colour combo on this delightful invite by The Parlour Press blew us away – we adore the feminine purple and blush shades offset by the touch of green, and let’s not forget the fab font used.Laser printing can create some stunning effects like so! This crafty invite by Save the Date uses this innovative style of printing to create a quirky, floral patterned cut-out using the bride’s ball gown – a creative take on the floral trend.Painterly strokes and the prettiest watercolours give this gorgeous stationery set by Julie Song lots of whimsical appeal… we love how the ornate frame, intertwined with blooms is used to display the text.We have a bit of a crush on Caroline Duffy‘s botanical invite. We love how a handful of roses are perched in a teacup to create that vintage vibe, beautifully complemented by the painterly quality and soft colour palette.We can’t get enough Little Ivory‘s fun stationery. Simple vines, pretty graphical type, sweet illustrations and pops of colour are woven together to give this simple invite a fresh and modern edge.These rustic hues would be the perfect colour scheme for an autumnal wedding bash – we love the soft illustrative feel and how the pretty pattern is given a feminine twist courtesy of its swirl design. Invite by Patrick Browne Design.If you’re looking to add a smattering of flowers to your invite, this gorgeous style from Helen’s Paperie with floral border could be right up your street. Fresh, fun and not too overwhelming, it’s perfect for those that like font to play a big part.If you don’t want a full on floral print, pop them in the corners. These pretty blooms perched at the edge of this invite by Starboard Press add a splash of feminine, romantic colour without being floraltastic.
For those who look to bring a more graphical, or cartoon approach to their stationery suite – take a peek at Rosy Days quirky wares. We love the use of punchy colours and fun doodle like quality, perfect for a spring or summer wedding celebration.
From her whimsical bridesmaid cut-out’s which we featured in our 5 Fun Ways to Ask Your Bridesmaids Article to these idyllic watercolour invites, we are a firm fan of First Snow Fall.
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Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery.