Happy Friday! I’m stopping in to share a beautiful bohemian wedding invite set that I recently drooled over stumbled upon while visiting one of my favorite blogs in the universe, Oh So Beautiful Paper.
Are you guys obsessed with that blog as much as I am? It’s just filled with beautiful paper and stationery sets (among many other beautiful things). As soon as I added it to my blog reader I feel like my mornings got at least 10% happier. What’s better than sitting down and starting your work day with a little paper inspiration from talented people around the world? Nothing, is what. So if you haven’t added Oh So Beautiful Paper to the list of sites you’re visiting regularly, change that pronto.
Case in point, this beautiful wedding stationery set by Lucky Luxe featured this week. I loved it the moment I laid eyes on it and immediately started planning how I could incorporate this in to my life despite the fact I’ve already been married for nearly 2 years.
I just love the feeling that this style evokes. You’ve got the crisp, modern detail of the floral motif, but the old world style, muted colors and the casual watercolor script that just marries everything perfectly.
The envelopes are equally as delicious and even though they are two distinctly different floral patterns, I think they work together wonderfully and adds a kind of unexpected touch.
From the Creator: Flora features hand painted watercolor script, typewriter text and colorful antique floral engravings from Furber’s Twelve Months of Flowers published in 1730. This informal invitation suite is perfectly suited for a warm weather bohemian fête celebrating love in full bloom.
This beautiful set (and more gorgeous pics!) can be found over at Lucky Luxe.
What wedding stationery is inspiring you lately?
(Images sourced from Lucky Luxe)
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