It’s a grand slam of customer creations this Friday! Get ready for us to serve up menus, invites, greeting cards, business cards – basically a whole host of printed perfection. Sit back with a glass, or jug (hey it’s Friday, we’re not judging) of Pimms and take inspiration from our customers once again, the Whole Host of Printed Perfection.
Greeting cards by Vicky Perry Wedding Stationery
You’ll be in stationery inspiration heaven with Vicky’s Instagram. The Brighton based graphic designer specialises in bespoke wedding stationery and brand design. However, Vicky created these thank you cards to be left in hospital to give to patients who’ve received transplants, to give to their donor’s family. Yes, she is absolutely wonderful and we are so proud to have Vicky as a customer.
Business cards by Kate Alizadeh
Freelance Illustrator Kate Alizadeh, a self-certified pencil wizard and picture book maker no less, created these adorable square business cards which show off her incredible illustrative skills perfectly. All her characters are super cute and they’ll be even more soon in her forthcoming book.
Wedding stationery by Little Lights Invites
Caroline sure knows how to take a good flat lay photo doesn’t she?! Here she’s put together all the stationery for her client’s Ben and Joanne’s wedding, including on-the-day table names, heart cut-out save the dates, and minty swing tags for favours. There’s nothing better than a fresh green colour scheme for a summer wedding.
Greeting cards by White Rabbit Invitations
Nicola’s “moustache you to keep it a secret” party invitations have been going down rather well recently. She can change the colour to suit different surprise themes, but the party prop design is great for getting guests excited about attending.
Wedding stationery by Meeperoon
Soon-to-be bride Rachel designed her own stationery, and here we feature her order of service, menu and signage. Firstly, can we say what a yummy selection of dishes, and secondly, we adore the beautifully botanical, stunning succulents theme. With a pared back colour palette, Rachel’s graphic designs take centre stage.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!