Today we have a lovely watercolor floral crest stationery set to share, as well as images of the beautiful summer wedding in Scotland!
Our bride chose pretty, soft florals for the crest, and a dainty floral pattern for the envelope liner. The elegantly simple design is accented with luxurious textures: gold foil and letterpress printing, cotton cardstock, and a velvet ribbon.
(As you will see, the sage green ribbon accent color is carried through to the day, make sure to scroll through images of the venue and decor accents below!)
For an extra personal touch, we added a soft venue illustration of Drumtochty Castle, and featured the church on the ceremony program booklet.
Classic calligraphy escort cards and menus were created for each guest. To round out the items, we also designed customized watercolor botanical table numbers with coordinating florals and leaves.
Watercolor floral crests are a beautiful stationery option that’s a great way to combine a more traditional design with personalized and colorful artwork.
It can be used throughout the invite and day-of pieces for a cohesive look.
Need more watercolor crest inspiration? We have some here, here, and here to get you started!
- Lucy Davenport
- Moya Minns