‘The stationery and flowers work together to form the décor of your table, so naturally, they have to complement each other,’ says stationer Anzel from White Kite Studio. Because the lush flowers make such a statement, she chose a simple typographic design with minimal character of its own, to balance the look. Quirky, fun elements like arrows were added for detail and the floral borders went perfectly with the tone of the floral runner. ‘I always think that it’s important for the colours of the stationery to be echoed in the flowers or vice versa,’ says Anzel. ‘That way it will all tie in together to create a beautiful whole. For the invitation, specifically, I decided to go with a natural colour letterpress in one tone on gorgeous recycled paper,’ she explains. ‘The florals were then introduced on the envelope inner only, to give the receiver an idea of the style of the wedding.’ Letterpress invitation with floral-inlay kraft envelope (from R30 each, depending on quantities), floral table number (from R5 each), floral menu (from R10 each), floral tag (from R5 each) all White Kite Studio.