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Language of Flowers Napkins | Set of 4
Language of Flowers Napkins | Set of 4
Language of Flowers Napkins | Set of 4
Language of Flowers Napkins | Set of 4
June & December

Language of Flowers Napkins | Set of 4

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Inspired by the Victorian Era’s beautiful, hidden meanings of flowers used to communicate in secret, these napkins feature sprigs of olive, dandelion, lily of the valley, and plantain. Each sprig symbolizes and embodies the meanings of happiness, strength, healing, and peace. These napkins are extremely soft and absorbent, meaning they work just like you want your napkins to. Plus, they are safe to bleach, making them perfect for the messiest of dinners! 

These reversible napkins have two designs on one napkin.  When folded, each side displays a different design, allowing for versatility with table settings.

Details:

  • 15” x 20” napkin, four designs per set
  • Two designs per napkin
  • 100% flour sack cotton
  • Screen printed using eco-friendly inks
  • Napkin sizes + colors may vary slightly
  • Pre-shrunk, machine washable, bleach + iron safe
  • Created and produced by June & December

Meet the Makers

Storied goods for home + life is the driving force behind the vision of Katie and Nick Forte, founders of June + December.  With an adventurous spirit and the idea that the most memorable gifts have a meaningful story to tell they set out to create a brand that would honor the wise ancient tradition of storytelling.  They hope their nature inspired goods will remind you of a recent adventure, a memorable dinner, or a fond childhood memory. 

About the Artist / Katie’s Designs

Upon first glance at the designs of June + December it will be no surprise that Katie draws her inspiration from nature and her collection of clipped sprigs and forest finds. Her artwork celebrates and explores the natural wonder found all around us, like the fern: often walked on and overlooked, the fern adds green to the darkest forest shadows where the sunlight remains elusive.