BESPOKE WEDDING STATIONERY
BESPOKE WEDDING INVITATIONS LONDON, ESSEX & KENT. ILLUSTRATED, MODERN & LUXURY POCKETFOLD DESIGNS
I am incredibly passionate about working with my engaged couples to design a bespoke or customised wedding stationery suite that reflects their lives and loves. The majority of my brides are all crafty, design lovers themselves that simply don't have all the skills or the time to bring their ideas to life.
Whether it's a love of modern calligraphy and botanical line drawings or a more traditional love of all things handmade with beautiful textured papers, lace and ribbon - we can design your ideal wedding invitations and table stationery together.
For all you modern brides that are after the most on trend design ideas, the customisable house collections are a good place to start.
Alicia had a strong idea of the rustic and elegant style she wanted for their bespoke invitation suite. They were to be married in a converted barn with the bridesmaids wearing dusky/nude dresses.
A luxury kraft pocketfold invitation was used with pearlised dusky pink card for accents and the gorgeous 8cm ivory lace was the showstopper.
A self confessed 'lover of simple things' Lauren was delighted with their stunning modern calligraphy suite printed on thick white hammered cardstock. Held together with a simple bellyband the additional information and RSVP card beautifully matched the style of the main invitation.
Cornflower & Ivory
The cornflower colour match and booklet style of the smart folded invitation were top of the list for Danielle and Michael when choosing their invitations. Booklet style invites can fit a lot of information onto a double sided folded sheet of paper and this style can also be used for your order of service or menu choices.
Elegant Laser Cut
Christina and Mark had a destination wedding in Bali. Their colours were navy (due to Mark being in the Navy ) and coral/rose gold for an accent colour. The ornate laser cut design helped to contain all the additional information sheets neccesary for a destination wedding.
Sarah and David had an outdoor summer ceremony with a reception in an old manor house that had interiors dripping in gold. the bridesmaids wore royal blue so those colours came into the stationery suite along with some woodland illustrations to bring the outdoor in.
A glamorous winter wedding stationery suite full of sparkle and snowflakes. The white and silver colour scheme worked so well to keep the theme elegant. Personal touches like the anchors on the information inserts represented their life together on cruise ships.
Steff chose a super stylish glitsy Gatsby style wallet invitation from the ETSY shop as a basis of her stationery suite. The envelope liners added an extra layer of sophistication and simple font choice let the sparkle shine!
Black Tie Silhouettes
Kathryn and Aled were having a black tie wedding but they didn't want to let the formality of such a grand occasion leave out their favourite mice! this suite is a perfect example of how I can tailor any theme to suit your day, we used silhouettes of their favourite prince and princesses on the table names and paired that with luxury cardstock in pearlescent black and black glitter.
Laura and Robert are to be wed in Italy in the summer of 2020. They had a lot of details to send regarding booking so I designed a simple grey laurel wreath monogram and laurel envelope liner to accompany the crisp white hammered cardstock all the information was printed on.
I am looking forward to creating the rest of the suite later on this year.
One of my earlier table stationery suites was inspired by this amazing Alice Tait illustration. Sarah and Edward were engaged in Paris and wanted the theme to reflect the wonder of the city. Using navy blue and pale pink candy stripe card, I think we were successful in creating a modern but pretty invitation suite that carried through from their save the dates to the tables.