My Fleur House Collection has had a bit of a freshen up, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the results! Fleur is a simple yet beautiful design that is super versatile, party because of its classic style, and partly thanks to a range of gorgeous print and paper options. Whatever the season or aesthetic of your wedding, this design can be adapted to work for you.
The standout feature on the single sided invitation card is a calligraphy monogram with the couple’s initials, decorated with a muted watercolour leaf design. The same calligraphy has been used to spell out the couple’s names, adding a feminine flourish to the otherwise classic typography. The leaf detail can either be printed in the same colour as the rest of the design, or customized to your chosen shade. This simple floral invitation suite is assembled with a hand dyed silk ribbon tie and envelope liner.
As I mentioned, Fleur is available with three different print methods: digital, letterpress, and foiled. If you have a smaller budget or are planning an intimate wedding with fewer guests, the digital option could be perfect for you, as it has a minimum order of 35. It is printed onto beautifully soft 300gsm white paper that has a lovely little bit of texture to it. For a little more of a premium finish, you can opt for luxurious letterpress or glamorous hot foiling (a huge variety of foiling colours are available to match your wedding theme), both of which are printed onto thicker cotton paper.
The Fleur collection also includes Save the Date, details card, and RSVP card. Navy envelopes come as standard for the invite, Save the Date, and RSVP, and you can also request handmade cornflower petal paper envelope liners as a charming optional extra. You can choose to add wax seals, and don’t forget that I offer calligraphy envelope addressing as an add-on service, to really dress them up!
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