It’s a fancy Friday this week with plenty of customers’ wedding stationery, greeting cards and a smidgen of business cards to keep your inspiration ticking over!
Small craft business owner Amy Elizabeth listened to her plant loving bride to create this beautiful wedding stationery suite. The brush lettering by artist Erin Kaye goes perfectly with the botanical theme and calming colours – a wonderful collaboration by all!
If you ever need a little pick-me-up, then we’d recommend stopping by and having a look at Ted & Kip’s online shop of fun and quirky geometric animal illustrations. We’re particularly fond of designer and illustrator’s Anna’s monkey birthday card, and we also love all her enamel pins that’ll brighten anyone’s day.
Jo Pennington specialises in handmade and bespoke wedding invitations and stationery. She designed these stunning floral country invites for an upcoming housewarming ball for a new hotel and wedding venue opening soon. If these invites are anything to go by, it’ll be a beautiful party! Jo, you nailed rustic chic!
Blackburn based Kirsty made these cute and perfectly themed yellow and grey wedding invitations for a wedding taking place in Sorrento, Italy. When life gives you lemons, make lemon themed wedding stationery! We wish we were going!
Taunton based button collector and colour coordinator mum Susie creates beautiful artworks using old and rescued papers, including maps, music sheets, books and postage stamps. She printed her artistic business cards with us on our silk paper stock which shows off the bright colours of her work perfectly. Oh and the name of her business? Susie named it after her naughty but nice cocker spaniel Rocket who is a little obsessed with his red ball, and the cats next door!
Emma Armstrong, originally from Winchester and now living in London has always loved doodling and is now ready to share her cute creations with the world with her new brand Daisy and Doughnut. She wants to give a little love and happiness to everyone that receives her prints, and we’re sure they get just that! Emma often shares photos of her work adorned with naughty treats and sweeties, so if you’re hungry, look away!
Billie’s feather theme got us so excited in the office, because they look so real and magical at the same time! It’s a great wedding theme ideal for the bride and groom, and another great addition by London based Billie into her house stationery collections.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!