Well we have come over a little Christmassy here at printed.com. It might be because we’ve had Bonfire Night, it may be because of the cold snap, or most probably because the John Lewis ad is now on the telly. So, with festive feeling orders coming in thick and fast, we couldn’t wait to include them in this week’s Friday Favourites, peppered in alongside beautiful business cards, wonderful wedding stationery and lovely leaflets.
We recently introduced save the dates in bookmark size and Jenna at Wonderland Invites couldn’t wait to get them. We love the timeline that has also been added on to the save the date – a way the happy couple can show their relationship alongside their wedding details. Great job as usual Jenna! Give Wonderland Invites a follow on Instagram for seriously stunning and inspirational stationery ideas.
Brummy based illustrator and graphic designer Alison must have been spying on John Lewis to know they were going for a cute dog in their Christmas advert. She’s gone spanoël mad, do you get it? Puns and cute dogs – Alison you had us at hello. We just hope someone out there buys a bone for their dog and balances it on their nose to recreate this cutie of a card.
Creative design specialists LADOOS sure know a thing or two about wedding stationery. They’ve created some unbelievably colourful and intricate designs, and we especially adore this wedding invitation design. Made specifically to the groom’s specification, the invite was created with a vintage and regal theme in mind. The result is stunning!
Deborah’s designs are always very beautiful, with a vintage, slightly dark edge. We are bigs fans of her work, and yet again she nailed it. For her Christmas card range, she used lines from famous Christmas carols to make a real design statement with her typography. A beautiful and different way of spreading the Christmas cheer!
St Albans based Sam Miller got us dreaming of holidaying in Italy this week thanks to her leaflets for her client Ultimate Destinations. They really pack a punch and made us super hungry for pasta funnily enough! Sam works for Big Orange Graphics so make sure you visit them for your graphic design requirements.
If you’re a fan of sassy owls who look like they may be side-eyeing you, we’d recommend Midgins by Amy Selman. The Bristol based textile artist specialises in decorative pillows, embroidery and weaving, and is inspired by wildlife and nature. We were super excited to print Amy’s business cards to discover all her wonderful creations.
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