Irish Garden Inspired Stationery // Phoenix, Arizona

Heidi Moore • wedding

Wedding Stationery

Oh, I feel like I’m in an Irish dream! After Kathleen & Aaron’s Ireland engagement session with world-travelers Amy & Jordan Photography, I was psyched to design their Irish garden inspired stationery. This set called for a combination of pastel purples mixed with silvers and grays that were then paired with organic roses and an overlapping square pattern that will make you feel like you’ve gone to Ireland, with all intentions of staying forever!

The wedding invitation utilized romantic fonts surrounded by open, white space. Added interest came with the back of the invite which pulled inspiration from the couple’s linens (La Tavola Fine Linen) and integrated a purple and white interlocking pattern. That pattern was then carried throughout such items as their program below. I mean, how flawlessly does this wedding program blend in with its surroundings?!


I always love creating fun “extras” for my couples (insert hangover kits) and these signature drink signs were no different. As you can see, the interlocking pattern from the invitations became a common theme throughout the day of stationery, including onto these bar signs.

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This escort card display made me feel like I was dancing through the fields of Ireland. Anyone else? Petal Pusher stunned everyone yet again with this moss-covered display. Each escort card was tacked onto this board in varying shades of pastel purple and ivory.


The light and airy vibe was captured through these multi-colored escort cards. Another secret touch was having the cards shaped as squares, again mimicking the interlocking pattern of the linens.

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Another one of my favorite pieces was the double-sided menu that also served as a nudge to the guests to remember to Instagram throughout the night! Hence, instaspy. The backside of the menu featured mini phrases that the bride & groom wished for you to capture, such as “party people, a dancing machine, or a kiss.” So fun.


One of my favorite parts of creating wedding stationery is seeing all of the different pieces come together. If you’re not careful, every piece can look like a carbon copy of the other, but the art is in creating an array of pieces that all complement one another.

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Thank you to the creative team who make my job a whole lot easier: Outstanding Occasions, Amy & Jordan Photography, Petal Pusher, El Chorro, La Tavola Fine Linen and Classic Party Rentals.

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