Everything has suddenly got very pretty and whimsical, meaning wedding season is here. Kraft paper delights, rose gold tones and floral fancies reign supreme this week. Give in to your soft side, curl up with a cuppa and gain some inspo from our lovely customers!
We can’t stop marvelling at this marbled beauty! Sarah Louise Smith offers peach, grey and rose gold wedding stationery inspiration, producing stationery and online planning tools for under a tenner! A bride to be herself, Sarah has been busy planning her own wedding and has started her website as a way to help other brides too!
Looking at Steph’s business cards, you’d have thought she’d physically embroidered them herself! A maker of #sciart, scientific art to you and me, Steph creates neuroscientific embroidery by hand, also designing other science themed creations and the odd cute animal here and there. She then prints the designs onto cushions, t-shirts, bags and more to sell in her online store! A fabulously unique designer!
Lynsey Jackson showed off her ‘English Rose’ wedding stationery collection at a recent wedding fair in Detling. With super summery vibes, we love the pink ribbons as finishing touches. Living up to the brand name Lynsey!
We do go crazy for kraft paper because rustic weddings are very on trend right now. London based somethingMADE created this whimsical beauty of a suite, with the calligraphy and paper left to do all the talking. Simple and stunning!
Mia Hague is back and so are her funky foxes. Featuring in her gift boxes, Manchester based cardsmith and illustrator Mia has added some bonny badgers to her animal kingdom who seem to have some interesting hobbies. If you want cute and quirky cards, this is your first stop.
Lovely, simple and elegant wedding stationery is what Paper and Wolf do best. Becky Thomas designs social and bespoke stationery, and is incredibly talented with her floral creations and delicate designs.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!