These whimsical and impressively detailed wildflower floral wedding invites are ideal for nature-loving couples. From the cottagecore-inspired design to the dreamy color options, they set the tone for a charming affair your guests won’t want to miss (like blue, green, and purple).
A flowering arch covered in romantic blooms and greenery serves as the centerpiece of this lovely invitation. Under the delightful design, the details of your event are set in uppercase serif type. Choose from nine lovely flower colors to complement your wedding color scheme.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design.
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template.
- Wait for a while, a new page will appear.
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it.
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter.
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
Rehearsal Dinner Tips and Etiquette
The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner the evening before the wedding. Modern couples are beginning to personalize these pre-nuptial gatherings, though, just like many other wedding customs. Agendas for rehearsal dinners can sometimes be much more laid back or private. Actually, how you plan it is entirely up to you.
There are a few important things to consider when using your rehearsal dinner to start the celebrations, whether it’s purely for pre-ceremony practice or a little bit of fun. You can plan the ideal rehearsal dinner by using the information provided here.
When will the rehearsal dinner be held?
Rehearsal dinners are typically held on the evening before a traditional Saturday wedding, right after the ceremony. Even when there isn’t a formal rehearsal, many couples choose to still celebrate with a meal or get-together.
Dinners can be held the Thursday, Friday, or Saturday before the wedding for the increasingly popular Sunday or Friday weddings. Plan the timing of the event so that everyone who will be there won’t have a late night (aside from the bride and groom, of course). The main event is still to come, after all.
Choose an unusual location
You certainly have options, whether you choose a favorite family restaurant or a location with sentimental value to the couple. We adore an intimate rehearsal dinner at a family home.
Alternatively, if your wedding venue is a hotel, consider locations within the hotel that are more unique than traditional wedding locations. Around the hotel’s pool, in a charming bar, or even in a spacious guest suite with a view.
Make a menu plan
Whether you plan to host the rehearsal dinner at your favorite restaurant or a banquet hall (in which case, you’ll need to hire catering), make sure to finalize your menu early in the planning process.
When in doubt, serve up hometown favorites to introduce out-of-town guests to your local cuisine. Who doesn’t enjoy Chicago pizza, Cajun food in New Orleans, Tex-Mex, or Maine lobster? Your guests will devour it.