Beautifully styled watercolour wedding invitation suite with vellum envelope and rsvp card with gold calligraphy

Blue and Gold French Wedding Stationery (Romantic & Ethereal)

Complement your venue with ethereal blue and gold French wedding stationery


Every part of your wedding says something about who you are as a couple, that’s why choosing your venue is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make. And narrowing down which country, region, city and venue is right for you can be time-consuming. So once you’ve got your perfect venue booked, you’ll want to make sure that every other aspect of your wedding complements this, from sending out the perfect blue and gold French wedding stationery, right down to the very last detail.


Are you looking for custom designed stationery or illustrations? I’d love to hear from you and learn can help. Get in touch via email at or get in touch via the contact page here.


Classical and refined wedding stationery with handmade details for a refined, fine art wedding in Paris or Provence

French Wedding Stationery with blue watercolour design and displaying a table number

All photography by Mouna Tahar


If you’ve decided to have a destination wedding in France, or perhaps you’ve chosen a French-inspired theme you’re going to want a stationery suite that epitomises the elegance of this charming nation. Blue and gold French wedding stationery is the perfect way to do this, especially if you’re planning a summer wedding. Now imagine you’re getting married somewhere beautiful like the Ritz Carlton in Paris or the Chateau Villet, fine art wedding stationery can be the perfect way to capture the opulence of your venue and give your guests an idea of what they can expect on the big day.


So whether you’re getting married in France, you have a special relationship with the country and want your wedding to reflect this, or you’ve chosen a blue and gold theme, but don’t quite know how to make the best of those colours and French style,  I’m here to help. If you’re looking for blue and gold French wedding stationery, I’ve got just the suite to inspire your big day.


Blue and gold hand painted wedding stationery for a French destinationwedding. This image features a table number with creative floral designs, perfect for a high end wedding in Paris.


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Hand painted wedding invitation card with pale blue and gold hues, paired with fine art gold calligraphy. Perfect addition to a French destination wedding.

Photography by Mouna Tahar


Why choose blue and gold French wedding stationery


Throughout time, French style has always been romantic, refined and has that something extra special with touches of finesse and style. So why not let your wedding stationery reflect this? After all, France is famous for its incredible art, sophistication and contemporary style, all of which you can use to influence your stationery.

It’s easy to get lost in the crowd when you look through Pinterest for wedding stationery ideas. After a while all wedding stationery starts to look the same. The same types of images, venue illustrations and the same old combinations. If you want a suite that exudes elegance and sets an idyllic tone for your day, then blue and gold French wedding stationery that I design, is a great way for you to do this.


But at Crimson Letters I understand that choosing your wedding stationery is a big decision, especially if you’re hoping to have a bespoke, fine art wedding stationery suite created for you. The great news is that through intricate, delicate design you can achieve a decadent suite with French flair and style. Here are some of my favourite pictures from one of my recent shoots.


Gold calligraphy floral illustration statement piece with hints of pale blue for an intimate event in the south of France.

Beautifully styled watercolour wedding invitation suite with vellum envelope and rsvp card with gold calligraphy
Romantic and classical vellum envelope with gentle painted brushstrokes in white acrylic paint.
Photography by Mouna Tahar


As you can see from above, vellum has been used to craft an envelope. Yet, why stop there? It is so easy to add an extra layer of luxury with special touches such and roughly hand painted brushstrokes. As you run your fingers over the envelope, you can feel the texture.

Above, inspiration has been taken from a hydrangea flower and painted using loose moments of white and pale blue acrylic paint to suggest soft, large petal shapes. Finished off with a wax seal and some calligraphy addressing, you can see how the entire wedding stationery suite is lifted to another level.

Vellum is a very versatile material to use and can easily be used throughout many of your stationery items, such as wedding menus, invitation overlays, place names.



Create something that is completely unique


One of the top reasons for choosing custom-designed, hand-painted wedding stationery is that it is 100% unique and truly special to you. Working together we can take influence from the colours and shapes of your flowers, dress, art, furnishings and your venue, to create bespoke designs and bring your visions to life. This is something you can’t achieve with ready-made stationery suites.

Imagine custom design French themes crest designs, or digitalised calligraphy for your website. Whatever you need, it can be arranged!


Below are some more photos from my delicate, French-inspired wedding suite. Through the use of floral designs, regal colour schemes, monograms and lavish wax seals, I was able to create a one of a kind, blue and gold French wedding stationery suite that the client loved.


Beige wedding invite with hand torn edges

Luxury wedding stationery with a French design inspiration, with gentle blues, champagne, white and hints of antique gold for a high end destination wedding in Paris, France

Romantic, blue and gold luxury handmade wedding stationery for a fine art wedding in Paris or the south of France

Blue and gold wedding menu with hand torn edges

Blue watercolour and gold calligraphy high end French style wedding stationery

Wedding menu with watercolour and hand painted floral design

Photography by Mouna Tahar



How can I help to make your French wedding dreams a reality?


I hope that these photos are giving you inspiration for your big day. Bespoke, custom-designed stationery suites can be the perfect touch for your destination wedding or French-inspired theme. At Crimson Letters, I take pride in every suite I design and I work closely with my clients to produce something that speaks to them as a couple.


Like I said before if you’re getting married somewhere opulent like the Ritz Carlton, Paris, elegant invitations of this calibre are the optimal way to showcase your love and set a romantic, luxuriant theme for your day. What’s more, as well as working closely with you and gathering your ideas, I also use my love of travel and the influence of other cultures to create 100% unique, hand-painted stationery suites.



If you would like to find out more about how we can work together to create a beautiful blue and gold French wedding stationery or something similar, get in touch today. Alternatively, if you’re planning a different destination wedding, we can discuss your ideas and begin putting a mood board together. Hop over to connect with me on Instagram or Pinterest!


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Recent Comments

  • Lilah
    January 3, 2023 - 8:26 pm · Reply


    What kind of pens do you use for writing with gold color and what about with thicker gold color for painting?
    You do everything beautifully. I’m a calligrapher myself, but the gold colors often don’t run very smoothly along the pen blade.
    I would be interested to know the names of the colors and possible pens and where to buy them.

    • Rubana Gaspar
      March 28, 2023 - 12:21 pm · Reply

      Of course, I’m happy to share this, I use coliro watercolour inks from Denmark, they have the best range of shimmery colours that you can control the consistency of.

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