Friday’s Favourites

Whatever your fancy, they’ll sure be print here that’ll catch your eye. Bursting full of ideas for wedding stationery, branding your business, greeting cards, postcards and so much more, get a feel for what everyone is doing, and come up with some ideas of your own. Everyone likes a good nose around don’t they?!?

Branding and packaging supplies by Flourish & Luxe

Quirky handmade homeware business Flourish & Luxe specialise in hand-painted shadow frames, greeting cards and concrete vessels. Artist Bryony Bishop is the creative brain behind this lovely brand, born out of her love for interior design, art and colour. Any customer would be excited to see a parcel with all this wonderful branding inside and outside of the packaging!


Wedding invitations by Emma Jewell

London based Emma Jewell is all about craft. Owner of The Glittery Hands Box, an amazing craft subscription box, and organiser of a monthly craft and cocktail club, the pressure was probably on for her to craft up some invitations for her brother’s wedding. She certainly didn’t disappoint with these camp fire inspired designs, finished on her Cricut machine. Can we adopt you Emma?



Greeting cards by Birdhouse Press

One of our first ever Friday’s Favourites featured customers is back at the Summers Art Market in Merseyside this weekend, showing off these almost good enough to eat birthday cards. Rach has made a cute business out of foodie stationery, so pop down and either grab this card, or even the option with a retro ice cream lolly pin badge attached too!


Wedding stationery by Magnetig Designs

Welsh wedding stationery wonder Magnetig Designs have got us all of a flutter with these summery invitations – just look at that colour palette! The watercolours and simple white paper stock work perfectly together, and the Kraft envelopes are a great rustic finishing touch.


Note cards by Franchette Atelier

South African Franchette works as a freelance illustrator and designer in London, and has a love of hand lettering and cooking. She created these beautiful watercolour note cards in anticipation of setting up her shop soon. If these cards are anything to go by, Franchette’s shop is going to be incredible!



Save the dates by Rebekah Jane Parrott

Photographer, graphic designer and videographer Rebekah created these stunning save the dates. The purple floral theme, on Rives Shetland paper and finished off with round corners, are so fancy and stylish. Although they have got us peckish for our favourite purple wrapped chocolate bar too!



Change of address by Pencil Pusher

We’re not so green with envy for these bespoke change of addresses, as much as we are orange, get it?! Illustrator Natalie created this hand drawn delight for her customers who have just moved to Orange Hill – how lovely! Besides her love of drawing, Natalie also likes dogs and cake, a girl after our own heart really.


Postcards by Tom Radclyffe

London based freelance illustrator Tom draws buildings in the most intricate and intelligent ways.   A recent graduate from the Royal College of Art, Tom specialises in intensely detailed images, focused on architecture and works largely in monochrome. His work is the type that even after hours of looking at it, you spot something new. A real talent.



Wedding stationery by Love Paper Co

Beautiful bespoke wedding stationery once again by Aberdeenshire based Stacey! We’re loving the little, cute, infographic elements providing great bits of useful information to the guests. Finished with a rustic mini tag and twine, we’re sure Rachael and Malcolm are super chuffed with their stationery set!



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Caitlin is our Social Media guru and lover of all things food and travel. When she's not scrolling through TikTok you'll find her meticulously planning her next adventure abroad.

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