What’s your wedding flower (invitation) style?

As the weather gets warmer and the world comes into bloom, matching your wedding flowers to your invitations is the perfect way to bring color and a personal touch to your wedding. Our designers frequently turn to the Chelsea Flower District in New York for inspiration for our wedding invitations and save the dates. Below are four styles of wedding flowers and matching invitations that we love.


Tropical flowers can evoke anything from a lush rainforest to a breezy beach. This versatility makes them a great design touch for summer weddings and destination weddings to equatorial locales. Ready your guests to soak up the sun with an invitation design featuring exuberant green leaves and vibrant blossoms of tropical plants.

Some of our favorite tropical wedding invitations include Des Tropiques, Palmier, Paradisier, and Tropical Palm.


Well-tended gardens allow us to capture all the beauty of nature in a single, singular place. Flowers like tulips and roses are ideal for couples whose wedding style is all about warmth, femininity, and delicate blooms. Sending a garden-inspired invitation brings with it all the pleasures of springtime and English gardens.

Some of our favorite garden wedding invitations include Parrot Tulip by Oscar de la Renta, Sylvia II, Garden Ikat by Oscar de la Renta, and Botanical Dot by Oscar de la Renta.

Big Blooms

Of course, sometimes it’s as simple as finding that one eye-catching blossom that you use throughout your event as the defining motif. Flowers with big blooms make a big statement. If you do plan to concentrate on a single type of flower, choose a wedding invitation to match.

Some of our favorite big bloom wedding invitations include Rose Bed by kate spade new york, Summer Bouquet by Stephanie Fishwick, and Spring Medley by John Derian. We also love this sunflower wedding invitation.

Sunflower wedding invitations


If wildflowers can make the side of the road look good, imagine what they can do for a wedding. Their distinctive shapes and colors provide a bohemian alternative to the typical floral mainstays, giving off a more rustic, natural feel. These invitations feature the sort of wild blossoms you could imagine weaving into a garland.

Some of our favorite wildflower wedding invitations include Fleurs Sauvages, Fleurs de Printemps, Embroidered Floral by Oscar de la Renta, and Francesca I.