This week it’s all about weddings and springtime! The Easter bunny is getting his egg basket ready, wedding invitations are flying out in the post, and it’s a sunny, smiley time of the year. Have a peep and get some design inspiration from our sweet as sugar customers and their equally gorgeous creations.
Stylish greeting cards, prints, gifts and loveliness is what Pink Rosebud is all about! Getting us feeling all springy and sweet are owner Rosie’s pastel perfect Easter bunny greeting cards. Pug lover, foodie and doodler Rosie really knows about gifts that feel like a treat, and her cards are no different.
This is Kerrie’s very own beautiful stationery set designed by her groom’s rather talented brother Daniel. We love the botanical vibes and touches of copper across all the different elements of the suite, including invitations, RSVP’s, information cards, directions and a gift list. Kerrie finished them off with bakers twine and a copper wax seal. An absolutely stunning wedding stationery set don’t you agree!?
Surrey based Henrietta is the one-woman band behind Hand on Heart, specialising in bespoke invitations, prints and event detailing. She’s all about finishing touches too – folding, tying and sealing her paper correspondences. We are big fans of her new foiled stationery – simple, chic and stylish.
Nicky from Nottinghamshire has also been showing off her foiled invites. Based in Mansfield, she’s all about the extra special details, which is probably why her beautiful save the dates stand out so much. Gold standard you might say!
Ribble Valley based Sam is a serious stationery lover. She’s just launched her super sweet springtime bloom collection and is a big fan of our textured papers. Sam’s work always has a bit of sugar and spice, and of course everything is more than nice!
Natalie loves creating cute and whimsy wedding stationery for the modern bride from her base in Porthcawl, Wales. They’ve been busy creating this festival themed wedding invitation sample for their online shop, and we love the use of perforation so guests can tear off the RSVP. Fab idea!
Michelle of Ruffled Paper Boutique has done a great job with this fab wedding theme. The cute little antlers and baby blue tones make for a divine wedding stationery suite, and the rustic finishing touches of kraft paper and twine are perfection.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!