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Five ways to use our Elegant Garden pattern for your floral wedding invitations

When it comes to floral wedding invitations, our elegant garden pattern has been the go-to for many couples looking to incorporate a little or a lot of floral inspiration. It’s romantic and sweet but still classic and formal and it can be used in so many ways. Here are a few of our favorites:

Shannon and Jon added drama to their formal suite by using the elegant garden pattern as an envelope liner printed in gold shine foil over black.

Five ways to use our Elegant Garden pattern for your floral wedding invitations | Bella Figura

Jessica and Adam used the pattern as a foil stamped gold envelope liner and again as a motif on their invitation, reply card and thank you cards.

Five ways to use our Elegant Garden pattern for your floral wedding invitations | Bella Figura

A pocketfold kept Jacqueline and Justin’s stationery suite in order, and to coordinate with the vintage feel of their liner they customized it with the elegant garden motif and a custom calligraphed monogram.

Five ways to use our Elegant Garden pattern for your floral wedding invitations | Bella Figura

Aracely and Jacob used the elegant garden pattern as a very subtle backdrop for their modern wedding suite by printing it as an all-over pattern in a pale blue ink on the interior of their pocketfold.

Five ways to use our Elegant Garden pattern for your floral wedding invitations | Bella Figura

Christine and J├╝rgen used the elegant garden pattern to soften the contemporary feel of their wedding suite by using it as an envelope liner and belly band in a soft gray to compliment their modern palette.

Five ways to use our Elegant Garden pattern for your floral wedding invitations | Bella Figura

Thanks to our friends at Heirloom Paper Company, Dorothy Goldsmith Printing & Party Service, Oliver’s Twist, and Jill Elaine Designs for helping these couples incorporate the elegant garden pattern into their wedding suites!

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