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The Blue Clematis Wedding Invitation from Happy Day Design is, in two words, elegant and sophisticated. This design is the perfect choice for those of you who are planning a traditional church wedding or one...
A Winter Wedding is a snowflake design from Olivia Samuel, and as the name suggests, it is perfect for a Winter Wedding. The card has a very pale icy blue snowflake pattern which has been...
There’s a bit of a 1950s vibe going on with the Vintage Typography Duck Egg Blue Wedding Invitation from Flourish & Lace and we love it! Sporting a clean and simple design, this A5 wedding...
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This charming wallet wedding invitation from Paper Themes has a unique vintage feel, carrying a silver and pale blue colour scheme right the way through. If you haven chosen blue, symbolising purity and fidelity, as...
What could be more bloomin’ lovely than a glorious display of summer flowers and vibrant colours? A wedding invitation, information card and RSVP card adorned with gorgeous colourful florals, we hear you say? Ha, funny...
“Under the sea, Under the sea, Darling it’s better, Down where it’s wetter, Take it from me…” Happy, fun and loving life – that’s how these lyrics from the Little Mermaid’s Under the Sea song...
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Looking for something a little different? Something that will create happy memories and be a talking point, remembered and cherished for ever? The Book of Love wedding invitation from Paper Themes will just do that,...
Did you know that Blue Roses are a symbol of love and prosperity?…. well that is how they have been portrayed in art and literature throughout the centuries. This is despite the fact a true...
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