DIY Wedding Invitations Inspired by Floral Bouquets

The bridal bouquet is an important element for your big day, and one that has been a tradition since ancient times, where women had a custom of carrying aromatic bouquets adorning garlic, herbs and spices, in the hope of warding off evil spirits from the maidens on her wedding day. With this in mind, in this edition of DIY wedding invitations, we bring you inspirations from floral bouquets to set the theme and mood of your one special day.

There is a variety of means to make your DIY wedding invitations inspired by the floral bouquets for your wedding day. We have compiled a few ways in which you can relate it to your bouquet as well find a flow from each floral element of your wedding day to bring a cohesive theme together, whether it is the floral bouquet, the wedding invitations, other wedding stationery and the décor.

DIY Wedding Invites with Stamped Ink Floral Design

When it comes to using stamps with beautiful designs and many colours of ink for your wedding invite creation, with a DIY wedding invitation kit, much can be done with it. It is just a matter of finding your inspiration and then trying it out. You could use one stamp, two or more in either one colour, or many colours to create a mix. You could use these stamps to create a border, or use it as a corner design or even as the focal item of your wedding invite.

DIY Wedding Invites with Watercolours

Watercolours open up a whole canvas of possibilities, depending on what you want to create. Is it an elegant or intricate work of art? Do you want to draw a painting or masterpiece? Either way, your DIY wedding invitation will be truly sensational.

DIY Wedding Invites with Pressed Flowers

Beautiful, and intricate, pressed flowers gives you a sense of ‘forever and always’. In addition, if you opt to use this method, the card in itself is a memoir of this special day. Though somewhat time consuming, this option of floral inspired DIY wedding invites will be a hit.

DIY Wedding Invites with Paper & Tissue Paper Flowers

If you want to make a statement, you can use paper flowers that will be either 2D or 3D. You can create paper flowers with origami techniques, or even punch them out and curl the petals to make it look natural. This can also be done with tissue paper, though it will create a more delicate look.

DIY Wedding Invites with Laser Cut Flowers

Definitely the most intricate of them all, and also quite delicate depending on the finesse of the design, laser cut flower of your DIY wedding invite card will be truly wonderful. Pick out a design and have it cut, or rather use a stencil and a sharp paper cutter knife and do it yourself. Very intricate and somewhat time consuming, but the end result, out of this world beautiful!

Fruity DIY Wedding Invitations

Your wedding day is approaching and the time to send out your wedding invitations is also quickly approaching. If you don’t send those out in time, you might not have kept enough time for your invitees to reply back. Time is an important factor when it comes to wedding planning, but also what your theme for the wedding and also for the wedding invitations is very important too. In today’s article, we propose ‘Fruity DIY Wedding Invitations’ for your featured wedding design element and how you can go about deciding and personalising it to your liking.

There are many fruits out there for you to choose from, which could be your favourite fruits. Some couples like making it personal, so if you have a certain fruit that you both have a certain kinship with, then that could very well be your choice. If there are two types of fruits, one which you enjoy and the other which your fiancé enjoys, then putting that pair together would be a cute and dear thing to you both. However, you could have an inside joke and feature a particular fruit that brought you to together, maybe an apple, much like how Isaac Newton found gravity. Like so, your inspiration can be from anything. There is however, another way you can pick which fruit you would like featured. It could be colour coordinated. If you like a certain shade from your colour palette, you can choose fruits that are in that range, such as if you choose red, then apples, strawberries and cherries would be ideal for that hue, whilst if you choose orange or yellow, bananas, oranges and cantaloupes would be perfect. Like so, the choice of colour can be your starting point of inspirations and discovery.

The way you can go about using them in your wedding invitation design, would be to choose the DIY wedding invitation paper depending on the colour and according to the layout you wish. Then you may proceed with having the guest names printed by the wedding invite retailer such as DreamDay Invitation who undertakes that responsibility. Following that, you can either hire an artist if you want a professional job done, or do them yourself, or even purchase some stamps so that all you will need to do is colour them in. The types of illustrations you can use can be the likes of individual fruits, bunches of fruits, fruits on trees, fruits with leaves, many varieties of fruits together and so much more. Decide on what you would like featured and then go with the flow of creativity.

How you can carry this theme forward would be with the use of your theme design element featured on table numbers, the menus, table placement sheet, name cards, and service orders, and of course not forgetting the items in your wedding invitation packet, such as the reply card, the accommodations and directions card and so on. Even your thank you card will have this fruity detail featured on it. It may sound quirky, but really, it’s quite unique to use such a fruit related design element for your wedding day. There’s nothing wrong with fruits and adding a little fruity touch can carry your personalities, yours and your fiancé’s, forward and let every invitee know that a lot of thought has gone into designing your wedding invitation for your big day, telling everyone how special it really is.