If there is one thing I love incorporating into stationery suites, it’s flowers. I adore each and every type, especially purple hued blooms because they remind me of my Grammy, but there’s something even more special about watercolor blooms. I think you can already tell what inspired today’s wedding invitation suite!
Rebecca and Daniel were married on May 28, 2017 – one of the peak dates during the spring. They joined together during their ceremony at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Warrington, PA, and then they relocated to the Joseph Ambler Inn for their reception. Ceremonies are always steeped in tradition, and they are truly one of my most loved times on any wedding day. But, I have no doubt R+D’s wedding venue made their rustic-inspired reception into a fabulous celebration! With its varied spaces and beautiful views, this location is stunning.
Rebecca’s inspiration was rustic-chic, and she mentioned she loved florals and watercolor. In order to include both of her must-haves in a beautiful way, we combined them! And, I have to say the suite is gorgeous. The script font offered up the chic vibe, and the floral touches created the perfect feminine, rustic touch. Plus, the colors, especially the blues, are perfect for the spring. The suite was wrapped in cream colored lace, and their monogram was placed on top. Pink twine tied the entire look together perfectly.
This suite is a perfect example of how varied fonts and digital printing techniques can perfectly create the exact look and feel needed for a wedding invitation suite, so I can’t wait for you to take a look at the photos Carly Fuller Photography captured below. Congratulations again, Rebecca and Daniel!