It's natural that spring marks the start of wedding season; the newly sprouted flowers are a timely metaphor for the blossoming future of couples making their vows. Those spring blooms also provide wonderful inspiration for wedding stationery designs – such as the four new collections we present below.
Blossom by Emma Block
With her fresh colour palette and expertise in painting watercolour florals, Emma Block is the most spring-like of illustrators. Her new collection of wedding stationery evokes the beauty of new beginnings with the most elegant announcement of the warmer weather – cherry blossom.
English Meadow by Papier
A wild flower meadow is the epitome of English loveliness. Pick these invitations to set a romantic tone for a big day which will promise all things bright and beautiful. Tip: the designs are a perfect match for a wedding abundant with natural flowers.
Rosey Posey by Matthew Williamson
Designer and man of many creative talents, Matthew Williamson is not one to do things by half. His new Rosey Posey designs are bursting to the borders with traditional British blooms and butterflies. Let them flutter across the dinner tables on eye-catching menus and place names.
Greenery by Emma Block
Like the artist's Blossom design, this collection is fresh and elegant but the more neutral tones of Greenery mean it works with a wider variety of table setting designs. Delightful.