Pretty Floral Wedding Invites That are Winning Us Over!
Are you in love with all things floral? Check out these beautiful blooming invitations by WeddingSutra Favorites.
Fresh, dainty and vibrant, flowers are mandatory at Indian weddings. From motifs on bridal outfits and jewellery to henna patterns, beautiful blooms have made their presence felt everywhere. See how wedding invitation designers have incorporated floral fabulosity into their creations, be it boxed invites, paper cards and related stationery.
Here’s a list of our top floral wedding invitations designed by superbly talented and creative names who are part of WeddingSutra Favorites.
Three-Dimensional Blooms by Customizing Creativity
This dainty invitation card designed by Customizing Creativity is nothing less than a striking cue to the elegant wedding that it summons you for. With gorgeous floral cutouts laid atop each other to create a three-dimensional effect, the card is a beautiful blend of artistry with simplicity, and lays emphasis on bright magenta and pink hues highlighted through the layering.
Marigold Mania by Radhika Pitti Studio
Our good, old yellow and orange marigold blooms have been an integral part of traditional Indian ceremonies since time immemorial. That’s why they make the perfect option for wedding invitation designs as well. Radhika Pitti Studio recreated the charm of luscious, yellow marigold flowers in this invitation. An excellent blend of ethnic elements and cutesy prints makes this card a winner.
Pink Passion by Mostly Handmade
Blush watercoloured roses paired with delicate buds and leaves are the highlight of this simple, sublime invite. The pastel-toned card created by Mostly Handmade is wrapped in a foil printed vellum paper and is completed with a translucent monogram seal. What’s not to love?
Garden Goals by Pink Whistle Man
Resplendent with blooming lotuses and vibrant pink bougainvillaea flowers, this wedding invitation by Pink Whistle Man looks like a reflection of an ancient Indian garden. The freshness of the water in the pond which is accentuated by the lotuses in full bloom pays homage to the venue and is an ideal way of incorporating natural elegance in your wedding invitation.
Once upon a time by Puneet Gupta Invitations
We’ve all grown up reading bewitching fairytales from our favourite storybooks and the thrill was somehow never lost. Puneet Gupta Invitations took the thrill a notch higher by crafting a beautiful wedding invitation card based on the theme of a fairytale storybook, and brought it to life by adding some beautiful pastel pop-up flowers to it. The flowers gave the feel of a beautiful enchanted garden to the card that blended perfectly with its old-school font and vintage ornamentation.
Symmetrical Symphony by Turmeric Ink
A hand-painted vintage floral creation by Turmeric Ink, this beautiful invite boasts of colorful floral patterns splashed on a cream-ivory canvas. Maintaining a symmetrical pattern throughout, the card is a perfect depiction of old-school neat, interwoven floral designs.
Dark Florals by Itchha Talreja Designs
With cold winters approaching hand-in-hand with the next wedding season, it’s time we bid adieu to pastels. However, floral designs are here to stay!
A classic rendition of dark, inky-hued flowers teamed with an embossed gold motif, this card by Itchha Talreja designs is a welcome break from its pastel counterparts.
Bundle of Joy by Kankotri
This dainty little bundled invite, wrapped in a blue mesh fabric and tied with a golden ribbon and bunch of pink and purple flowers is what dreams are made of! Crafted by Kankotri, this little bundle is placed in a hexagonal box, boasting of cards that have dainty pastel pink designs on them.
Scroll It Up by Gold Leaf Design Studio
This scroll invitation card by Gold Leaf Design Studio comes packed in a box covered with dainty pastel florals. While the floral design spreads across the surface of the box, the centre is adorned with a gorgeous gold motif boasting of the couple’s initials. Accompanying the card is a plethora of assorted sweets and flavors packed in testtubes!
Majestic Opulence by Izhaar by Core Designs
Known for designing and crafting opulent invitation cards and boxes, Izhaar by Core Designs is a favorite of those who like all things royal. This luxe invitation by the brand is all about floral ebullience radiating through the treat box and cards. The box is further ornamented with an intricate gold embellishment that adds a touch of bling to the watercoloured floral background.
Lotus Love by Be Jalebi
An integral part of the Indian mythology, the lotus flower beautifully adorns the dainty hands of every Indian goddess. Playing with this gorgeous flower, Be Jalebi has crafted an invite, perfectly inked with enticing pastel shades. Soothing to the eyes, the invite has a beautiful blend of lotus and swan motifs, creating an effortless blend of ethnic and modern elements.
Wine Wonderland by Mostly Handmade
This gorgeous invite by Mostly Handmade is a visual delight thanks to its bouquet of wine red and cream rosettes. Decadent, refreshing and elegant, this card comes in a royal blue envelope which is embellished with intricate golden embossed motifs, perfect for couples who like to keep it low key with just a hint of opulence.
Water Colour Blast by Customizing Creativity
Watercoloured tints have been a favorite of couples for a while now, and its charm only gets doubled when paired with dainty little golden flowers. This beauty by Customizing Creativity is the perfect embodiment of this popular combination. Pairing pastel flowers with gold embossed motifs, this card is perfect for those who like to add a hint of bling to subtle elegance.
Mughal Marvel by Radhika Pitti Studio
Inspired by the motifs of the opulent Mughal era, this intricately designed wonder by Radhika Pitti Studio is all about a beautiful wildflower mesh paired with royal elephants. Exuding the essence of romance, the pink and white heavily textured card with rich gold foil is sure to take the viewer back in time to a regal past.
Kalamkari Motifs by Turmeric Ink
This beautiful piece of art crafted by Turmeric Ink boasts of the ‘Tree of Life’ that is depicted through Kalamkari floral art. The invitation is a set of cards in vibrant hues, adorned by a bouquet of 35 different hand-illustrated flowers on the cover. The motifs reflect the rich and creative Indian heritage exemplarily and blend perfectly with the luxe packaging of the invite.
Boxed Beauty by Gold Leaf Design Studio
An ancient Indian themed boxed beauty, this beautiful navy blue and white invitation by Gold Leaf Design Studio is resplendent with minute, intricately designed florals, a detailed laser-cut jaali design and motifs from the ancient era. The invite includes a bunch of multiple cards, each one crafted distinctly to add delightful diversity to the package
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