If your wedding dreams are full of Southern charm, Reese Witherspoon has you covered!
The actress and producer's lifestyle brand Draper James has partnered with wedding planning and registry site Zola to launch a collection of charming paper goods, from save-the-dates to thank you notes.
The seven different designs on offer feature motifs that will be familiar to fans of Draper James—gingham prints, magnolia flowers and plenty of classic blue-and-white color pairings.
The collection includes over 40 products including save the dates, invites, RSVP cards, menus and thank you notes. Brides and grooms-to-be can also design a wedding site (a service already offered by Zola) that features one of the Witherspoon-approved themes.
Draper James's head of design Kathryn Sukey notes that the styles—which range from cutesy to elegant—were created with three different brides in mind: the classic bride, the modern bride and (surprise!) the Nashville bride.
"Every element was considered while designing this collection—the placement of the magnolia detail, the scale of the gingham, and each font and color pairing," she explains. "To all of the brides out there: come and find yourself in our line!"
Zola is already known for their chic, free wedding websites (they also have a registry service and their own wedding paper collection)—but their users were requesting even more options.
"Our couples love our wedding paper so much, they keep asking us for more and more designs," Shan-Lyn Ma Zola CEO and co-founder tells People in a statement. "We're especially excited to be collaborating with Draper James to be adding these elegant, Southern-inspired styles to our already robust collection."
And, she notes, you don't have to be tying the knot in the bottom half of the country to embrace these styles. "We think the designs will resonate with couples everywhere from New York to Nashville," says Ma.
Witherspoon is no stranger to a Draper James collab. She's previously introduced a line of entertaining essentials, everyday dishes, and bedding for Crate & Barrel, designed a line inspired by her hit HBO show Big Little Lies, partnered with fashion site Net-a-Porter, worked with Eloquii to create a larger size range in her clothes.