When it comes to floral design, we explore every wedding element for inspiration.

One of our biggest inspirations is your stationery! Your invites set the tone and give your guests a sneak peek into your wedding’s theme.

We gathered a few of our favorite floral and stationery pairings and included a bit of an insight into the inspiration behind it!

Green Goodness

The heavy green and soft floral border around the suites served as an inspiration to create an overflowing arrangement with a balance of dark green and soft tones of pink and white floral in a rose gold vessel.

The green hues were the main focus of the design and reflected the border used on the wedding invite.

Summer Elopment

Perfect for a classic summer wedding.

This blue-hued invite inspired us to bring out our ginger jars!

The ginger jar vessels reflected the watercolor painting of the Chinese temples, while the gold magnolias leaves and soft white florals mirrored the supporting stationary suite.

 

Jeweled Garden

Nothing stands between a girl and her jewels!

Our bride wanted to focus on rich deep tones such as purples, pinks, and teals. The wedding invitations and table cards reflected the facets and hues of a jewel.

To continue the theme through to the florals, our team incorporated touches of jeweled toned blooms in the bridal bouquet and table arrangements.

A Classic Beauty

A simple design with detailed florals peaking from the inside of the envelope served as the inspiration for this rustic chic wedding.

Lush all- white floral and greenery arrangements in classic stone urns sat atop white linens, reflecting the sweet simplicity of the suite.

The simple design sparked the inspiration for the classic romantic look the bride had always dreamt of.

Happiness in Blush

To kick-off a lifetime of happiness, this couple’s paper details featured the Chinese symbol for happiness in gold foil. This distinctive feature was carried through to the reception with moss covered happiness symbols.

Pink tones from the envelopes and rsvp cards were carried through to the lush centerpieces and napkins, highlighting the soft blush theme.