Regency Era Watercolor Flowers & Wedding

The most romantic era of history in a modern interpretation — Regency Era Flowers ☼ ☾ Do you love Jane Austin’s novels or maybe you are a fan of Bridgerton? Create beautiful arrangements for your upcoming royal wedding ceremonies or other beautiful projects. Wisteria, various trendy garden florals, and delicate wildflowers are here to help you achieve an ultra-vivid sensual design with a nostalgic feeling.

REGENCY ERA FLOWERS collection contains 150+ graphics .png with transparent backgrounds, hi-res 300 DPI.

REGENCY ERA FLOWERS floral collection is perfect for your wedding invites, wall art prints, greeting cards, gifts, logo, invitations, brand, contemporary projects, fine art, modern/vintage, victorian, bohemian, empire style and royal wedding invites, suites and stationery, posters, planners, stickers, branding identity, surface patterns, scrapbooking, gift wrapping paper, textile design, cosmetic, advertising, social media accounts promotion (Instagram, Pinterest), Etsy, packaging design, cases, diary, logos, quotes, blogs, web, banners and for many, many more.

Included in this set.

  • 30 Floral Bouquets
  • 16 Floral Frames
  • 16 Floral Wreaths
  • 3 Patterns (30x30 cm)
  • 6 Regency elements: wedding dress, a white horse, silk gloves, etc.
  • Floral uppercase alphabet letters & numbers (+plain black included)
  • 12 Floral Borders (x2 + .jpeg, A4)
  • 35 Floral DIY

Zipped File Size 1.3 GB

File Types Included: JPG, PNG

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