Friday’s Favourites: Getting ready for festive fun

It’s been a busy week of customers getting ready for festive fun, as well as lots of wedding stationery showcased at wedding venues. Make sure you’re keeping an eye on your own marketing materials and stocks, and absorb some inspiring customer creations below!


Foiled Wedding Stationery by Amy Harwood

Illustrator, blogger and dinosaur fan (have you seen Amy’s gorgeous dino cushions!?!) creates bright and beautiful stationery, prints and other commissions. We love her (and not just because our resident content manager also hails from Southampton) but because her work has such intense and intricate detailing – just look at this wedding stationery suite finished with luxury gold foiling!


Wrapping Paper by Harriet Lowther

We love customers showing off our products, especially when it’s wrapping paper as it normally signals the festive season kick off! Marlborough based dog lover Harriet loves painting, drawing and sketching her canine friends that she turned them into her double sided greyhound wrapping paper, which is flying off those metaphorical online shop shelves.


Prints by Kelly Crocker

Feeling autumnal? If you’re a fan of crisp orange leaves, self-taught artist Kelly has been channelling wintery shades on her Instagram, along with her new foxy prints. So talented Kelly! Her creations are always so simple and chic, with a warm fuzzy feeling, perfect for this time of year!


Wedding Stationery by Sophie Hilton

Freelance designer Sophie Hilton is still waving the flag for wedding stationery. You might think ‘tis not the season, but actually lots of venues are holding their wedding fairs so it’s still an important time for wedding professionals. Sophie’s designs certainly stand out and we’re sure lots of happy couples were impressed with her stand at the Old Shire Hall fair in Warwickshire the other week.


Business Cards by Aimee Mac

Manchester based illustrator Aimee is inspired by beautiful nature, which is why her stunning new business cards are adorned with bugs and botanicals. She’s all ready for the Manchester Print Fair this weekend – we hope your stand is super busy Aimee!


Stickers by The No Straw Stand

A movement set up by Cardiff University students to get as many businesses as possible to reduce their single plastic use consumption has been printing some campaign collateral with us, and we’re big fans of their work as we too try and be more environmentally friendly (www.printed.com/environment). We hope your campaign is successful guys!

Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!

If you fancy showing off, then please pop us a pic of your work and tweet @printed_com, check us out on Instagram printedcom, and visit our Facebook page to give us a like.

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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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