Delicate lace, lush florals and whimsical flourishes—these are the hallmarks of fashion label Marchesa. And now, Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, the design duo behind the beautifully crafted gowns, bring their stunning designs to paper. Designed exclusively for Wedding Paper Divas, the Marchesa Collection is pure romance and decadent details—perfect for wedding stationery.
“The Marchesa bride is someone who wants a dress that is romantic, timeless and makes her feel her most beautiful.”
Inspired by the runway, the Marchesa Collection incorporates artwork from its favorite collections. The intricate craftsmanship shines as stationery and exudes sophistication from save the dates and wedding invitations to day-of essentials.
Planning a wedding that leans toward traditional? Look to Artful Floral or Exquisite Vines.
Going for more of a bold statement? Night Blossoms may just be your thing.
Hoping to add vintage flair? Lithe Lace is a graceful nod to an earlier time.
We love them all, though the luscious trompe l’oeil of Breathtaking Blossoms is a fragrant feast for the eyes.
With its range of styles, the Marchesa Collection offers up a banquet of elegant stationery.
“We wanted to offer brides stationery with beautiful designs that feel special and bespoke.”
Here comes the bride-to-be. And since April showers bring May flowers, why not give her a floral tribute? Inspired by bright poppies, soft pink roses and the timelessness of daisies, our bridal shower invitations set the tone for an elegant brunch, a rustic luncheon or whatever tickles the blushing bride’s fancy. Botanical borders in subtle shades or pops of vibrant hues lend springtime cheer to any bridal shower. So establish the festive mood with these invitations and finish with lively bouquets or sprinkles of petals as the bridal shower décor. Our fresh picks are on trend for spring and blooming lovely, if we do say so ourselves.
If the sight of peonies, dahlias, and garden roses makes your heart flutter, this week’s for you. Take a floral wedding theme to the next level with lush arrangements and elegant color combinations.
L to R: Wedding Paper Divas Floral Dreams invitation, Centerpiece, Bouquet, Groomsman, Chalkboard Sign, Cake
It can be hard to find a pink or purple that doesn’t read too feminine, but we think Pantone Vivacious is the perfect answer to that. The purple undertones in this vibrant fuchsia keep your color theme from straying into the “girly” realm, even when paired with flower crowns and bows. And it lends to beautiful, rich texture in a bridal bouquet. Find elegant wedding invitations to match, and you have a stunning wedding trend!
Now, if only every wedding party included a flower bearing donkey…
Continuing with this week’s Pantone Deep Lichen Green inspiration board, we’re falling in love with earthy greens in wedding decor. Complement your deep green wedding invitations with natural, botanical touches to complete a rustic wedding reception. We especially love the pops of green that come in the vintage wedding getaway vehicles!
A vintage style for your wedding invitations pairs perfectly with a deep navy. Whether it is a touch of navy in the altar decor or bold suspenders on the groomsmen, this color is versatile for any theme. Here are five of our favorite finds this week:
Creative floral arrangements can be a bit more challenging in the winter months, but this bountiful bouquet is anything but bland. We love the cool colors, organic textures and wintery touches (hello, pine!) that make this arrangement a show stopper. Isn’t it wonderful?
Fall is peeking around the corner and if you’re wrapping up the details for your autumn affair, this DIY is sure to delight. Dried florals are a picture-perfect boutonniere option for this time of year. Save time (and pre-wedding stress) by creating these simple yet stylish accessories in advance.
- Dried florals or silk/synthetic flowers that match your theme or colors
- Floral tape
- Ribbon or raffia
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: Arrange
Arrange your florals in a way so that all the stems are gathered at the bottom. Adjust each piece to your liking. When you have everything the way you want it, wrap the stems with floral tape—and add a dollop of hot glue to make sure everything stays in place.
Step 2: Wrap and Secure
Next, cover the floral tape with ribbon, raffia or any other embellishments you want. You’ll want to add another dollop of glue here, to secure the end of the ribbon.
Step 3: Pin and Cherish
Lastly, you’ll want to glue a pin to the base of the stems so it’s wear-ready on the big day!
If you try this idea yourself, or if you have any DIY ideas to share, send your photos to email@example.com and we’ll post them for all of our fans and followers.
Hey destination divas… looking for a chic way to play up your locale at the dessert table? Flowers are your best and brightest bet. Whether you’re working with a florist, or have a bridesmaid who’s willing to venture off in search of colorful options, this is a gorgeous way to decorate at your reception. Guests will love the local flavor, and your dessert table will fill the room (or air) with color.
Spring has officially sprung and living details are catching our eye. We came across this DIY boutonniere on OnceWed and think it creates the perfect combination of fresh, chic and homespun style. Click through to see how you can make it yourself!