Today we’re sharing flat lay inspiration ideas! You may have seen on social media that we’ve been doing “Flat Lay Fridays” and sharing some of our favorite flat lays from past weddings. This has been such a fun series and sharing a part of weddings that doesn’t always get the credit it deserves! A lot of people think of stationery as just being paper and that it’s not important. We disagree! It’s the first thing people see when it comes to your wedding and the first sneak peek they have at what the day will be like.

Sure, some people may throw it away quickly, but others will have it on their fridge for months in anticipation of your big day! More importantly, it’s a way to set the scene for your wedding day and get your guests just as excited as you are! With all that goes into stationery and celebrating the talent of incredible stationers, we love how mainstream flat lay styling has become. It may seem like a waste of time to some, but for us it captures the beauty of the wedding you’ve planned and celebrates the art of your amazing wedding vendors.

1. Meredith and Alex

Fun Fact – Meredith and Alex’s two-year-old son, Mack, provided the design for their wedding paper goods – the invitations, the menus, and signage. With amazing guidance and creativity from The Flourishing Penguin, the invitation suite, in particular was gorgeous, as it was sentimental and meaningful.

Photography: Kerry Renee Photography
Stationery: Flourishing Penguin
Florals: Helen Olivia Flowers

2. Joan and Jordan

Joan and Jordan’s stunning wedding at the Fairmont Washington was the epitome of a classy and elegant Washington, D.C. Wedding. Their wedding invitation suite was right on point.

Photography: Maria Vicencio
Stationery: The Dandelion Patch

3. Lynne and Ray

One of Lynne and Ray’s “musts” for their 10-year vow renewal celebration was to have gorgeous invitations and stationery. Bridget Goldsmith hit their whole invitation suite and other paper goods out of the park. It was all so stunning and dramatic.

Photography: Terri Baskin Photography
Stationery: Bridget Goldsmith Stationery + Design
Florals: Chic Girl Flowers

4. Amanda and Andrew

Amanda and Andrew’s stationery was one of our favorites! They had a custom crest designed by the incredibly talented Alicia at The Welcoming District. We love how person this one while keeping with the theme of their wedding.

Photography: Renee Jean Photography
Stationery: The Welcoming District 
Florals: Enchanted Florist

5. Megan and Caleb

Megan and Caleb had simple and elegant stationery to match their day. We love this flat lay featuring Megan’s fun shoes!

Photography: Emily Alyssa Photography
Stationery: Zazzle
Florals: Helen Olivia Flowers

We hope you love these flat lay inspiration ideas as much as we do and be sure to read last week’s blog on DC Museums that Double as Wedding Venues!

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