My oh my, I have completely fallen for the newest addition to the Lucky Luxe wedding invitation collection! These bohemian invitations combine watercolor hand lettering with a typewriter font and antique floral engravings â€“ perfect for an understated nature-inspired wedding. Love!
FromÂ Erin:Â FloraÂ wasÂ created to be a reflection of that couple tied to the land and their love â€” not tied to the standards of wedding paper formality.Â The script for the suite is painted by hand in watercolor, and all the fine text is an understated typeface taken from our old Remington typewriter. The invitations are then flat printed on 100% cotton Lettra paper, allowing forÂ a layering of color and gradients.
The lettering choices, layered with colorful antique engravings from Furber’s Twelve Months of Flowers published in 1730, create a composite that’s altogether modern, bohemian, and nostalgic. We’re thinking of Flora as the new flower child among her sisters in the Lucky Luxe wedding collection.
Photo Credits:Â Lucky Luxe