Maybe love is in the air, maybe it’s our new heart-shaped stickers, or maybe we are truly in the midst’s of wedding season. Whatever it is, we’ve gone all soft and squishy this week, so have a look at some ridiculously romantic customer creations below. Be prepared for pink, hearts and a whole lotta love….
P.S. If you are loving romance and hearts, our heart-shaped sticker design contest is open for just under another week! Visit www.blog.printed.com/heart-shaped-sticker-contest for all the info you need!
Wedding stationery by Paperoo
Aberdeen based Vicky nailed has perfected a mix of modern and traditional elements here! The geometric design with blush tones makes for a romantic and chic wedding stationery suite. The lover of all things pretty and paper has been produces some stunning stationery, including greeting cards, wedding suites and prints. Fab job Vicky!
Business cards by Pink Rosebud
Marble and pastel lovers out there, we warn you, Pink Rosebud will make you want to spend a fortune! Offering greeting cards, prints, homeware and gifts, Rosie runs a beautiful business, so it’s only right her business cards also match this wonderful aesthetic.
Foiled wedding stationery by Girls Gotta Script
Nib and ink lover Claire Begley produces such classy calligraphy and stationery sets; we swoon every time she tags us in a product! Her sister is very lucky, as Claire created this beautiful pink and gold foiled wedding stationery suite for her big day. Our favourite detail is the little foiled gold heart, adding a wonderfully luxurious finishing touch.
Change of address cards by Jen Russell-Smith
Firstly, how nice is this clients house!?! Jen Russell-Smith is all about ink and watercolour illustrations, bespoke stationery and custom portraits, and these change of address cards are so beautiful we’re sure the newly moved homeowners will be overwhelmed by a flurry of guests!
Wedding stationery by Love Paper Co
Stacey’s bespoke wedding stationery cleverly used the bride’s maiden name Munro with the groom’s hobby of climbing to create two little mountain peaks within the geometric heart. Little details like this are why everything Aberdeenshire based Stacey does is soon point.
Bridesmaid invite card by Billie Bryant
Aren’t Billie’s bridesmaid invitations stunning? We are big fans of watercolour botanical prints, so we are sure this number will fly off Billie’s virtual shop’s shelves! Make sure you check out her website and discover all the big brands she’s been busy working with.
Wedding invitations by Carrie Leaver
Now this is such a clever idea, having a day and night themed wedding invite for the ceremony and reception. There’s a lovely country, rustic vibe which goes perfectly with the textured paper stock. Lovely job Carrie!
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!