When friends of friends would like bespoke wedding stationery, I'm only too happy to oblige. As usual, I created a range of ideas for a bride that didn't know exactly what she wanted, once ideas and details were finalised I got to work!
One of my favourite designs to date I think, translated onto both day and simplified evening invitations.
Last year I had the super fun task of creating some wedding Save The Dates for a bride getting married in a South African Elephant park. How. Cool.
And now it's invite time! As is always the way, firstly I created a range of options for the bride to choose from. (Let's be honest it's the bride and not the fella.) The brief was modern-vintage, maybe with greens and doilies.
Once a choice had been made and details finalised, I set to work!
If you have any wedding requirments, large or small, please get in touch.
My amazingly techno Grandma is turning 80 soon, and asked for some pointers on designing her invites. I couldn't resist going a bit nuts and sending her lots of tea-party friendly ideas. I hope she has a day as lovely as she is!
You might be able to spot the very subtle name and details change to keep her identity top secret...
This is happening!
Not only have I been handpicked for the "new talent" area Spotted Plus (which gives me double the space to display as I had in September), I've been selected by the Design Editor of The Telegraph Magazine as a featured British designer and manufacturer for their Product UK Showcase. Eek!
If you're a retailer and are thinking of visiting, please let me know and I can send you a free entry voucher.
One of my regular Clients (see here, here, and here for more) needed some vibrant invitations for a Christmas event. Utilising some work I'd done for moo.com, I put these together - I hope they did the trick in persuading people to beat the weather and head outside!
Pretty chuffed to see one of the designs I worked on for Moo.com all live and real and for sale on their website! I quilled all of these other than the star.
My mugshot can be found here, with all the designs found here. Looks like all the paper cuts were worth it!
A few months into being at moo.com now, so when an invitation commission comes along, I automatically think: "that would look great on a postcard."
Hope City Hereford, who I have had great pleasure working on a number of commissions for, have built a new premises and wanted to shout about their opening ceremony...
Other ideas included:
A lovely couple getting married in a South African Elephant Park (AMAZING!) asked me to design some vintage luggage tag style Save The Dates for their big day.
But of course!
Friends of friends are brilliant, especially when they ask for hundreds of wedding invitations! As is the usual process, I sent several samples through once I knew what type of feel she wanted. One was eventually picked - a bundle of pages held together with an illustrated paper strip...
A lovely couple were searching out wedding invitations for their country garden feel wedding, but were struggling to find anything they liked. I offered to send through some samples, and it went from there!
After surveying a range, they chose a single square with an illustrated border, printed double sided. I've made some bits extra blurry for their privacy, but I promise you the text looked pretty too!
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