If you’re a fan of watercolor florals, you’re going to love today’s wedding invitations! These romantic watercolor floral wedding invitations from Jen of Blush Paper Co. feature soft, cascading flowers, flowing calligraphy, deckled edge envelopes, and a copper wax seal. The entire suite feels timeless and romantic!
From Jen: My heart truly soars when we get to work with watercolors and florals! We created this invitation suite to reflect the couple’s love of all things nature, thanks to a color palette of pink, green, and gray, flowing script, and botanical elements. The twine and hand-torn paper reinforced the nature-inspired theme, while the wax seal brings in a vintage touch.
While this invitation suite primarily uses a soft color palette, I wanted to create a floral design that would remain timeless and could be applied to any season. The pinks and greens are wonderful for spring and summer, the orange undertones nod toward fall, and the eucalyptus and blue florals help transition this suite into winter.
Soft, cascading florals frame the main invitation and enclosure cards, but my favorite piece throughout the entire suite is the watercolor wash on the reply card. I incorporated watercolor florals throughout the invitation and the enclosure cards, but gave the reply card a subtle watercolor wash for a pop of color and to make the suite stand out. White deckled edge envelopes and a copper wax seal pull the entire look together.
The invitations are printed on a lovely textured cotton paper. This particular paper is one of the best for digitally printing watercolor, and almost looks like the elements were hand painted directly onto the card instead of being printed. The cotton paper really brings everything to life!
Design: Blush Paper Co.
Photo Credits: Margot Grey