tree design invitations

These cards were designed for a a client who was getting married in the autumn, she had a reception in the outdoors so the design theme and colour had to reflect these surroundings with warm tones and organic fluid shapes.

She wanted her invitations to be rustic but also have a bit of shine, so the design was printed using a pearlescent finish to give it a shimmery eye catching effect. It really makes the design come alive and give it a magical feeling.

The details page was a chance to try something different; I wanted to use a cyclical shape as a basis of the layout rather than a generic list. Whilst playing around with the tree photographs and bunting, I stumbled upon an concept of a clock which would highlight important times which would correspond to important events that would revolve around accordingly.

The invitation set comprises of;

Main invitation and details 148mm x 210mm
RSVP 148mm x 74mm
Save The Date Card 148mm x 148mm

They are 300gsm on pearlescent stock.

A purple ribbon matching the bridesmaids dresses tied the set together.

A Gold Envelope was chosen to keep the tone whilst giving a striking first impression!

pencil us in save the date

These adorable ‘pencil us in’ save the dates are a wonderful way to get your special day into everyone’s calendar!

We have several options you can chose from as shown below;

The first one features an engraved pencil with your personal details on. We have carefully picked out tree bark pencils so each one is completely unique.

They come complete with an a5 card holder with simple slots to fit the pencil. A personal note can be placed below.

These tags are the same concept, but on a smaller scale to give an extra cute feel.

These are heart shaped and tied with a little pencil.

wedding stationery - invitation

Floral Wedding Wreath Save The Date cards are the perfect way of adding a personal touch to your invitations.

Do you have a floral theme in mind? Or if you haven’t got that far yet, perhaps a favourite flower? Or even just a favourite colour?

Wreaths have a long history, and have symbolism synonymous with family heritage. Two combined can represent a union of two families, much like a coat of arms.

Lila and Sam essentially have created their own personal coat of arms. The pink rose was Lilas favourite flower and her first choice for wedding theme. Although Sam was non fussed about which flower to pick we decided upon the yellow daisy as it reflects his bright sunny disposition.

The inserts include details of the day on a5 and an RSVP on a6. The paper stock is textured to really highlight the handmade watercolour quality.

As you can see the floral decor is continued throughout the pages – this doesn’t have to stop here, if you require further printing this can be carried out onto anything for your wedding such as menus and table numbers.

They not only give a first impression as to the colour scheme and style of your wedding but also reflect the time of year. Any season works fantastic. Below shows a spring wedding, the couple in fact decided upon this time of year partly for their love of tulips.

Danielle and Gavin went for a Autumnal wedding, so a vast array of orange and golden yellow were applied.