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.
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.
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.
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.
Christine and Jürgen 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.
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!
Our friends at PS Invitations worked with Molly and Matt on their modern beach wedding invitations inspired by their venue, The Hillsboro Club. They used our Loretta Formal design as inspiration but opted for a more modern font to accompany Debi Zeinert’s hand calligraphy. Our modern herringbone pattern was used on additional cards and on the envelope liner and surf ink tied in their seaside venue.
letterpress inks: black + surf + blind deboss | font: brandon | hand calligraphy: revolution style | edge painting: surf | paper: bella cotton white 2-ply + 1-ply | envelope: bella cotton white | liner: modern herringbone pattern in surf | PS Invitations | customization #28848
Are you planning a formal wedding at a winery? Our Loretta Formal invitation uses flourished hand calligraphy that flows off the page for a timeless look. Think deep, rich purple flower arrangements, sparkling chandeliers and classic decor to continue this romantic look throughout your wedding day.
(Photo Credits: Style Me Pretty)
Soft, simple, and sweet, these Loretta Formal style save the dates feature the Clermont style hand calligraphy of Debi Zeinert for the bride and grooms names. The original Loretta Formal sample actually features Debi’s Revolution style calligraphy, which just shows yet another way you can customize designs however you like best. Thanks to Rock Paper Scissors for sending us this to print!
ink: pewter | font: poetica | hand calligraphy: clermont, by Debi Zeinert | paper: 1-ply white | size: a6 | customization #: 16418
Thanks to our friends at Bridals by Lori for sending us this wonderful customization of our Loretta Formal design. Our dusty pink letterpress ink coupled with the lovely European Formal envelope liner is quite the treat.
ink: dusty pink | font: amalfi | calligraphy: revolution hand, by Debi Zeinert | paper: 2-ply ivory | size: f8 | liner: european formal pattern in dusty pink + antique gold inks | customization #: 15511 |
The Pleasure of Your Company submitted this elegant letterpress and foil wedding invitation customization of our Loretta Formal design (by Sarah Walroth). Our gold matte foil ink makes the submitted Hebrew lettering and hand calligraphy shine on the invitations.
letterpress ink: black | foil ink: gold matte | calligraphy: revolution hand calligraphy by Debi Zeinert | font: poetica | paper: 1-ply ivory | invite size: f8 | liner: elegant chainlink pattern in black ink | foil edging: gold matte | customization #: 14304 |
Bella Figura’s letterpress wedding invitations have been featured in some fantastic publications lately, and thanks are long overdue for these amazing spotlights! Today we’ve got a round-up of some of the wonderful press we’ve received this spring. First up, a fabulous customization of our String Calligraphy design that was featured in an A-Z stationery guide by Martha Stewart Weddings. The featured piece was a letterpress rehearsal dinner invitation in hot pink ink with a perforated, tear-off reply postcard.
The April issue of Brides magazine featured Bella Figura invitations twice! A customization of our Lace invitations (complete with a custom, Lace patterned envelope liner!) fit in perfectly with a Black Lace trend watch, and our String Calligraphy design was also featured in a fabulous stationery guide.
The gorgeous Volume IV of Southern Weddings magazine included an amazing spread with a theme called “Paper, Cotton, and Flour”, and we were so thrilled to be a part of this fabulous photo shoot! Our Honoured Guest, Loretta Formal, Collection, Bradford, and Anais designs were all letterpress printed in pretty shades of blue for the shoot.
The winter edition of Stationery Trends Magazine showcased several Bella Figura designs as well: Typology, Magnolia, and Serenade were all featured throughout the issue.
We were also thrilled to be a part of the following photo shoots: Erica Ann Photography’s Scandinavian Inspired Bridal Shoot; Starfish Studios + Sugar(ed) Occasions Estancia Culinaria photo shoot (as seen on Style Me Pretty Florida!); a fabulous purple & gold inspiration shoot by Dana Fitzgerald and Katelyn James, as seen on The Wedding Chicks; and Equally Wed’s eco-inspired photo shoot. We’d also love to thank the following blogs for featuring Bella Figura invitations on their fabulous sites over the past few months: Style Me Pretty (times 2!), The Bride’s Guide on Martha Stewart Weddings, Oh So Beautiful Paper, Ruffled, Green Wedding Shoes, Elizabeth Anne Designs, 100 Layer Cake, Papercrave, Junebug Weddings, Brooklyn Bride, Eco-Beautiful Weddings, Invitation Crush, Heart Love Weddings, Love Me Do, One Fab Day, The Confetti Blog, and Chic Vintage Brides.