It’s been a bright and beautiful week, and so have all our customer’s creations! Fantastic flowers, gilded gold foiling and sugary sweet colour palettes, anyone would think spring has sprung! Check out all these design delights and Happy St Patricks to all of you!
Invitations by Grumpy Owl Graphics
On St Patrick’s Day we’d have to kick Friday Favourites off with our lovely customer Patrick wouldn’t we! Based in Northern Ireland, Patrick spends a lot of his time working on graphic and web design for his clients at Grumpy Owl Graphics, and tweeting great design and art news. He created these rather swish art deco inspired invitations, with a cheeky bit of foiling to add a glamourous twenties vibe. Cheers Patrick!
Wedding stationery by Emberwood Creative
Foiling gets another feature, this time with Anglesey based graphic designer and photographer Stacey who created these wonderful wedding stationery invitations. With a velvety touch and a rose gold, blush hue (with our copper foiling), Stacey sure knows her stuff when it comes to weddings, as both a stationer and wedding photographer!
Greeting cards by Joanne Adshead
If you’re a floral fan, then Joanne is your girl. Her Insta page is like Britain in bloom, with a wonderfully springy feel! Based in Manchester, inspirational illustrator Joanne has been busy designing some beautiful Mother’s Day greeting cards (26th March so there’s still time, phew!). She’s so talented!
Stickers by Paper Fudge
Wedding stationer and greeting card designer Suzy continues our blooming trend, with her flowery branded stickers which adorns her post she sends to clients. If Suzy isn’t busy designing quirky-cool, cute and cool invites, she’s normally found snuggling Ziggy her little pup, enjoying a cuppa and a slice of cake. Our kind of gal!
Wedding invitation by Ruffled Paper Boutique
Perfectly Parisian invites are what Michelle at Ruffled Paper Boutique has been working on, and we’d say they’re tres bon! This tri-fold invite, finished with velvet lamination and perforation so the RSVP can be easily separated and popped in the post, is such a useful and yet beautiful wedding invite at the same time.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!