We’re jumping past the holidays for a bit, straight into spring and summer wedding inspiration! Floral invitation ideas, to be precise. We know how couples have to plan months in advance, especially for the ‘up front’ details like your wedding invitation. So here are 10 fabulous suites for you to consider—all featuring florals but in an amazing array of styles. Sweet and whimsical. Artsy and modern. Rustic and crafty. Rich and ornate. You’re sure to find a look that catches your floral fancy!
Spring/Summer Wedding Invites: 5 Ways to Go Floral
This first set of 5 designs plays up the colors of blooms come spring and summer. Just the thing for garden weddings whether modern or classic, or those with a bohemian or Asian theme.
Design approach: Incorporates the succulents, dahlias and garden roses that filled the entire wedding scene; so pretty if you can find matching floral postage stamps, too!
Design approach: Uses an edgy color combination of plum and navy not expected for florals, plus bold watercolor brush strokes filling the entire fold-out invitation that fastens with a gold wax seal.
3 – Peach, Rose, Mint Invitation Suite – Designed by Emily Conley, found via Behance
Design approach: Very fresh and charming, featuring roses, hydrangeas and ferns in soft pastels; accompanying RSVP card and monogram circles feature a watercolor background effect.
4 – Rustic Romance Invitations – from Shine Wedding Invitations
Design approach: Crisp white cardstock with black calligraphy gets a pop of color from an orchid-colored band and an envelope liner with a dahlia pattern in shades of orchid, watermelon, blossom and rose.
5 – Peacock and Floral Invitation Suite – Designed by Kat Lim, found via Behance
Design approach: Ornate peacock and blossom designs hand-painted in watercolor, then scanned for offset printing and topped with gold foil stamped fonts.
Spring/Summer Wedding Invites: 5 MORE Ways to Go Floral
This second set of 5 designs is more muted, featuring neutral tones brightened by subtle floral touches. Lovely for a romantic-rustic wedding, or one with a beach or woodland theme.
6 – Romantic Watercolor Floral Invitation – Created by Kristy Rice (Rice Ink) on Momental Designs
Design approach: As described in the post, “a loose and whimsical watercolor pattern in peach tones was printed on textured ivory stock and then layer upon layer of creamy white inks were applied on each”
7 – Vintage Book-themed Invitation Suite – Designed by Amy Kreft Green, showcased on Elum Designs
Design approach: A delightful book theme carried throughout, from the mini-book save the dates all the way to the ‘bookmark’ event cards and the ‘library’ styled reply cards, luxuriously letterpressed in coral and fern green inks.
8 – Rustic Floral Invitation – Dodeline Design
Design approach: A two-color combo of mocha blush with creamy white creates a subtle Old World feel, especially with graceful floral garlands and classic fonts.
9 – Colorful Summer Wedding Invitation – Dodeline Design
Design approach: A hot pink envelope and rose-design liner provide the wow factor for a simple, modern suite where the pink is echoed in crisp border lines and script portions of the text.
10 – Floral Envelope Liner – Willowdale Estate
Design approach: A fun mix of fonts makes for a whimsical look, tied together by the recurring sage green color. The florals in the envelope liner provide a sweet visual surprise!
So many creative ways for your wedding invitations to ‘bloom’! Which one is your favorite?
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