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Are you considering floral wedding stationery or wondering how to include flowers in your wedding invitations? I can help set the tone for your big day by designing wedding stationery customised to you and your flower choices. Floral wedding stationery

A floral or foliage design can be incorporated across your full wedding stationery suite such as RSVP cards, wedding invitations, wedding menus and table names. Plus, used on any signage on the wedding day such as the table plan or a welcome to our wedding sign. The wedding stationery accompanies your colour scheme and provides an opportunity to wow guests with your co-ordinated wedding style.

How can I include flowers in my wedding stationery and invitations?

I love it when couples use flowers in their stationery! Such as this gorgeous example of wedding stationery which includes a romantic watercolour floral border. Paired with delicate hand drawn modern calligraphy this wedding stationery is perfect for a Spring or Summer wedding. You can change the colours of the stationery card and the watercolour florals to suit the colour palette and flowers of your big day.

Wedding invitation collection with watercolour florals

Holly Booth Studio

Depending on the season you could include a particular flower as part of your wedding stationery which matches the chosen flowers on your wedding table or in your wedding bouquet.

When you enquire, please let me know if you have a particular flower or botanical leaves in mind so I can feature within the stationery design.

Green foliage wedding invitations

Perhaps you’re having a greenery or foliage style feel to your wedding. The Amelia stationery collection works perfectly! The design includes watercolour leaves, delicate calligraphy and modern typography. Crisp white card is paired with coloured backgrounds to bring in tones from your wedding colour palette.

Foliage wedding stationery

Holly Booth Studio

Eucalyptus wedding invitations

Eucalyptus is a gorgeous modern choice for a greenery filled wedding day. The Jenni wedding stationery collection combines watercolour eucalyptus with hand calligraphy and contemporary typography to create a classic greenery filled design.

On the wedding invitation there’s also the choice to add some luxury finishing touches, such as a custom venue illustration or a bespoke calligraphy monogram of your initials to make them truly unique.

Wedding invitation with eucalyptus design

Holly Booth Studio

Flower wedding invitations

The Deckle wedding stationery collection includes beautiful vintage floral illustrations. The stationery collection is also printed on homemade paper with hand torn deckle edges so if you’re going for a natural feel to your stationery and want to incorporate a floral design this would be a perfect choice.

Wedding stationery with hand drawn floral illustration

Holly Booth Studio

You may choose to have a more neutral colour scheme but still wish to incorporate a foliage angle. The Rosie stationery collection uses hand drawn foliage illustrations on the wedding invitation bellyband for a romantic look.

Wedding invitation with floral illustration

Holly Booth Studio

Dried flower wedding stationery

What better way to incorporate your wedding flowers into your big day than using real pressed flowers in your wedding stationery and signage as a finishing touch. This beautiful table name was created using real pressed flowers from the colour palette the couple had picked out for their wedding day.

Wedding table number sign using a real, pressed flower

Amy O'Boyle

I also loved creating these wedding place names which included a real pressed flower and personalised with hand calligraphy.

Wedding place name with pressed flower and calligraphy

Amy O'Boyle

Dried flowers can even be incorporated into a wedding seating plan. This one used pressed flowers between perspex which looked so pretty.

Wedding seating plan with pressed flowers on perspex

Amy O'Boyle

I’d love to create your dream floral wedding stationery. Please get in touch here.

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