Wedding Flower Woven Blanket

Wedding Flower Woven Blanket
Wedding Flower Woven Blanket
Wedding Flower Woven Blanket
Wedding Flower Woven Blanket

Wedding Flower Woven Blanket

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Blanket in jacquard woven cotton

- 100% cotton yarn
- Made to order
- Original artwork
- Optional personalization

Made in United States
Designed by Eric Gibbons

Measures 60" x 80"
Product reference: DWM444_WB0015

January Carnation

The carnation symbolizes enduring devotion and heartfelt affection. No wonder this January flower captures the warmth of companionship that grows in romantic unions.

February Violet

Renowned for symbolizing steadfast loyalty, these elegant flowers serve as a gentle reminder of the unwavering love that forms the roots of relationships.

March Daffodil

Daffodils and newlyweds share one thing in common - both celebrate new beginnings. March's quintessential bloom echoes the happiness of a wedding day with its bright, sunny colors.

April Daisy

Daisies, a cheerful flower of spring, symbolize new beginnings. Embodying an innocent and carefree spirit, they are the perfect flower for celebrating April unions.

May Lily of the Valley

Small but mighty, the petals of the Lily of the Valley symbolize sweetness and purity. Fitting for May weddings, they remind us of the pure promises made on our wedding day.

June Rose

We love that roses speak for themselves. Well known for representing love and passion, this flower of love is famous for expressing heartfelt sentiments.

July Larkspur

This summer flower symbolizes positivity and dedication—attributes that remind us that beauty and work go hand in hand in every good relationship.

August Gladiolus

Known as the "Flower of the Gladiators," it symbolizes integrity, strength, and victory. Reflecting the robust spirit admired in gladiators, it is a powerful symbol to celebrate the triumph of love.

September Aster

Many would agree that love, wisdom, and patience are a great recipe for marriage. It's fitting that asters, long-time symbols of love and wisdom, patience and beauty, are the perfect flower to commemorate September weddings.

October Marigold

Marigolds, known symbols of love and joy, are also revered for their protective qualities. Perfect for October weddings, these flowers are poignant reminders of the support that romantic partners bring to each other's lives.

November Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemums are known for symbolizing loyalty, friendship, and joy. What a perfect trifecta of attributes to bring into your happily ever after!

December Narcissus

Also known as paperwhites, this flower fills the winter air with its delicate beauty and sweet fragrance. In the Victorian era, a bouquet of these flowers meant "you are the only one."

Wrap yourself in the warmth of a meaningful blanket. This exquisitely crafted jacquard woven blanket uniquely blends coziness and personalization. Made from 100% cotton, it boasts a soft, heirloom-quality texture that invites you to snuggle up during cozy evenings at home or adds a touch of personality to your outdoor picnics in the park.


  • Jacquard weave
  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Size: 60" x 80"
  • Weight: approximately 3.5 pounds
  • Made in United States

Machine wash in cold water. Mild detergent. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach or wring.


  • Complimentary shipping to the United States and Canada.
  • Refer to our shipping page for delivery outside of these locations.


  • Being made-to-order, we cannot accept returns of personalized items in the traditional sense. But we are committed to your satisfaction. If you have any concerns or issues with your order, please get in touch with us within 14 days of receipt of your order.

The Meaning Behind

Need a permission slip to rest? Take this blanket as your sign. Savor a midday nap in the warm afternoon sunlight. Let yourself pause and be. Designed by a husband-and-wife team that has learned to schedule rest days, we've learned a thing or two about indulging in the act of rest. Whether you have 10 minutes or an entire afternoon, recharge with the beauty of nature's blooms. And remember, flowers don't blossom 24/7... and neither should you.

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