Pretty Rose Paper Goods for your DIY Garden Wedding

DIY wedding stationery with roses | Download & Print

Weddings and roses go hand in hand, so what has taken me so long put together a template bundle all about roses??! Some might say I was snoozing at the wheel. I've certainly got nothing against roses, my wedding was filled with them. And of course they represent true love. Plus roses come in every color under the sun so the opportunity for pretty colored invitations is endless. I guess what I'm saying is I don't have an excuse. Let's just start afresh and marvel at the new 15-piece wedding template bundle that's now available for download.

It's a new take on a tried and true invitation that I call Garden Roses. This invitation has long been one of the most popular downloads here at Download & Print, and now you can coordinate your entire wedding paper goods with the pretty rose design, and you will receive four color palettes in your download kit: Rose pink (of course), yellow, purple and cornflower blue.

The design reminds me of an English country garden, so would be perfect for your garden nuptials. But as roses are steeped in tradition this design also fits in with a semi-formal wedding, particularly if you dress up the invitation with a pochette or backing card.

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  • Save-the-date
  • 5 x 7” invitation
  • Square invitation
  • RSVP
  • Enclosure card
  • Address labels
  • Envelope liner
  • Thank you card
  • Ceremony program booklet
  • Paddle fan program
  • Menu
  • Table numbers
  • Place cards
  • Seating chart
  • 8.5 x 11” sign

In honor of our new template bundle I've declared it 'rose week' here at D&P HQ, and I've got two rose-centric tutorials to go along with the bundle release.

DIY Giant Paper Roses

how to make giant paper flowers | Download & Print

For a spin on the wedding rose at your modern nuptials try super-sizing them. Giant roses however, don't have to go hand in hand with giant weddings. Just the opposite is true. Making your own giant paper roses is an economical way to add flowers to your wedding, and with the sheer scale of them, they are sure to be a talking point. Think photo booth backdrops, altar decoration, flower girls carrying one enormous bloom down the aisle. Grab your maids, a bottle of wine and get crafty.

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Hanging Mason Jar Vases

DIY hanging mason jar vases | Download & Print

For a super simple and inexpensive flower decoration try these hanging mason jar vases. Two stems fill the jar, which keeps the number of flowers needed to a minimum, yet when displayed in a group these jars are really eye-catching. These would be cute at a shabby chic or vintage rustic wedding.

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With template love,

Anna Skye | Download & Print