At Hitched HQ we have a real weakness for anything floral, so naturally we love the idea of incorporating flowers into your wedding stationery.
As well as looking fabulous, you can also give your guests a taste of things to come by incorporating your bridal bouquet in the artwork.
Feast your eyes on some of our favourite floral wedding invites!
Find out exactly what wedding invitation wording you should use too – it’s different for church services, same-sex weddings, second marriages and more.
Pastel Meadow Wedding Invitation
This super pretty design from Eliza May Prints combines pretty pastel colours, stylish black font and sleek curved corners. There are a range of items available in this set including invitations, RSVP, save the dates, order of services, menu, table numbers, place cars, belly bands and envelopes. They offer a non-personalised sample pack so you can have a proper look and touch of it before making a decision.
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Beautiful Blue Floral Wedding Invitation
How beautiful is this blue floral wedding invitation from Ananya Cards? The two-tone design is delicately put together and we love the combination of detailed floral sketches along with an elegant swirly font – it’s a match made in heaven! Ananya Cards offer a range of customisable, pre-designed wedding invitations that start from just £5 each including envelopes.
Thank You for Being my Bridesmaids
Asking your gal squad to be your bridesmaids is one of the most exciting parts of the planning stages. Make it extra special with a handwritten note. These pretty cards from I Am Nat add a modern twist to traditional florals, with creative water colour flowers, against a white background.
Boho Save the Date Magnet
If you are looking for an alternative to a traditional save the date, why not go for this fun magnet from Russet and Gray. How lovely to think your save the date will have pride of place on your guests’ fridges rather than hidden away in the drawer!
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The Anna Collection
White Knot’s Anna Collection has beautiful bold roses in traditional blush pink and ivory colours. The fresh flowers are perfect for a super romantic, English garden wedding.
Autumn Wedding Invitation
Autumn is arguably one of the prettiest times of year for a wedding, with nature giving you a rich colour palette to work with. If you’re planning an autumnal wedding and want to incorporate some floral shapes and colours consider these pretty invitations from Dreams to Reality Design LTD.
Juliette Order of Service
An order of service is a great way of letting your guests know what to expect in the ceremony, as well as covering any hymn lyrics your guests might need for church services. It also serves as a nice keepsake of the day. The Juliette order of service from Project Pretty is a four page booklet with pretty water colour style flowers and gorgeous romantic fonts.
Botanical Rose Wedding Invitations
Opt for some stylish botanical wedding stationery with these invites from Sweet Pea Sunday. These invites are double sided and come with the option of a range of coloured envelopes.
Blue Hydrangea Invitations
Blue hydrangeas make beautiful wedding flowers that look equally great on their own or in a mixed bouquet. If you are making blue hydrangeas a feature of your wedding, these pretty invites from Project Pretty are perfect for you and can be fully personalised.
Floral Arch Wedding Invites
These lovely invites from Beija Flor Studio have a flower arch and gate fold style which would work so well for a traditional, country wedding. Inside the text is surrounded by fresh botanical detailing.
Sunflower Wedding Save the Date
Add some sunshine to your wedding stationery with these invites from Eliza May Prints. The yellow sunflowers, bright blues and swirly black writing look great together.
Aphrodite Watercolour Stationery Set
We love these fun invites from Gemma Milly and the bold mixture of pink, green and gold. Named after the God of love and beauty, the invites perfectly combine pretty florals and striking metallic shades with beautiful results!
How fabulous is the super pretty stationery from Love Lila Photography? The flower design was created using photography of actual flowers for a modern take on traditional flowers.
Kraft Floral Elegance
These pastel flowers look so elegant against a kraft effect background, instantly transporting your guests to the countryside! Emmy Designs will custom the wording on the invites to make them personal to you!
Boho Floral Invites
From Leioni With Love’s amazing floral invites feature real pressed flowers, which means each and every invite is slightly different – a lovely personal touch.
If you are looking for ways to save money on your wedding stationery, consider a printable wedding invitation – the designer will send you a PDF of your invite and you can print it yourself or send it digitally to your guests. This invites are from Loula and Bear combine shades of blue and purple and are a contemporary and feminine choice.
If you are having peonies at your wedding, then you may love these invites from Love Storey Weddings. The feminine invites are busting with the pretty pink blooms and romantic swirly writing.
Papier have a great selection of floral wedding invitations.
Their Wild Flowers design is great if you love pink but want to avoid being too girly. The rustic blooms in shades of reds, greens and pink work perfectly together!
On the other hand, if you want to go for a more feminine pink invite, consider Papier’s Blush Roses invite. It’s a modern design, featuring bold roses, pretty foliage and grey font.
The Blush Botanicals combine chic monochrome with multi-coloured florals. The black background gives a super sleek edge over the pastel shades, found on floral invites.
Club Tropicana, eat your heart out! How incredible are these bright coloured designs by Matthew Williamson? The tropical prints and clash of bright colours on the Blue Maracas are perfect for a fun summer wedding at home or abroad!
Another high-fashion design from Matthew Williamson is the Mother Amazon collection. The rich pinks and purples, flamboyant birds and fabulous feathers give the feel of extravagance and opulence.
Summer Floral Baby’s Breath
Zazzle has a great range of wedding stationery including these elegant gold and pink delights. We’re sure you agree that pastel and metallic shades work so well together.
Dream Catcher Floral
These invites are perfect for boho brides planning a festival wedding. The pretty wild flowers and rustic dream catcher adorned with feathers create the sense of a relaxed, hippy wedding.
Tuscan Mediterranean Save the Dates
Transport your guests to the Tuscan hills , with this fresh save the date card. The pretty blue design comes in a choice of eleven unique paper types and two different shape options! If you are planning a Tuscan wedding of your own, make sure you explore our Italian Wedding Venues.
Rose Gold Pink Marble
We are absolutely obsessed with rose gold at Hitched HQ and these invites combine our favourite metallic with on trend marble. Pretty pink flowers complete the look for a fresh and summery style.
Don’t fall in the trap of thinking that floral invites are only suitable for spring or summer weddings. The gorgoues burgundy flowers on these invites from Wonderland Invites offer the perfect solution for an autumn or winter wedding.
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Boho Chic Wedding Suite
Another one of our favourite designs from Wonderland Invites is the Boho Chic wedding suites. The antlers add an edge to the rustic design and brown envelopes complete the look!
If you really want to make an impact with your wedding stationery, these poppy invites from Zoe Barker do just that. The beautiful floral boarders consist of red poppies and shades of blue and purple, in a water colour style – just gorgeous!
Another lovely design from Zoe Barker! One side of the invite is dedicated to the beautiful floral print, which we absolutely adore. All the information can be found on the other side, with black text and a simple flower garland at the top.
Before you make a final decison, make sure you see our article on what to consider when choosing your wedding stationery.