art nouveau designs

Art Nouveau has long been one of my favourite styles, not just for design but also for art, furniture, antiques and architecture. I’m drawn to the organic lines and colours within the crafts which are gleaned from the natural world. So it was an absolute pleasure to incorporate this era into these designs I did last year for a bride who got married last month.

The main invitation is on cream matt lamination thick 600gsm card with gold encrusted edges to give a shimmery touch but in a very subtle and sophisticated way.

I wanted the colours to be on the muted side as I sought to be true to the nature of art nouveau. I believe these dusky pinks, warm yellows and luscious teals give an authentic feel to the invitation design.

Art Nouveau invitation with gold crust edges

I wanted the inserts to continue from the main invitation with the natural flourished corners and fluid line strokes. It was also a really good chance for me to have some fun and try out lots of different design concepts to show the bride before she picked these out as her favourite.

We decided rounded corners was the best option to compliment the circular design and organic strokes of the invitation.

Art Nouveau Wedding stationery set

The main invitation makes for a wonderful keepsake and a lovely surprise to come through any ones letterbox.

The main invitation has a muted colour palette to give it a classy feel.

This is the first time I used this particular stock and I’m really impressed myself with how the gold encrusted edges give such a glamourous edge which embellishes this particular style of card very well indeed.

Gold encrusted edges give an extra sophisticated finish to the cards and really ties in with the card design

The extras are all the same size and 140mm square to keep all relevant information concise and keep the overall design consistent,

Black and white borders continued with similar pattern to the main design really bring the invitation set design together.

 

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western cinema ticket save dates

This couple loved western films and so wanted their wedding to reflect this. These save the dates are a simple and effective way to make your save the dates stand out.

They are based upon old fashioned cinema tickets, and although this particular design is western in theme, the template can work with various other themes, perhaps depicting another favourite style of cinema, or a first film you and your beloved went to see together.

The tear off serves as an RSVP so it makes for a very easy way to reserve your seats!

The overall size is 210mm by 98mm with a tear off of 62mm by 98mm so its quite a compact save the date. It is perforated for an easy and clean tear. This particular design was printed onto Kraft brown paper as we thought this was most suitable.

We also supply special long brown envelopes with a similar textured feel which we feel best presents the design.

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wooden save the date magnets

These wooden fridge magnets are a cute little way of sending your save the dates.

They are made from wood and we can stencil in your graphics using a laser. This will give an indented design.


They are 70mm x 130mm, so perfect if you want your message to be kept short and sweet, furthermore they are light weight mdf, so will not add a great amount to your postage bill. They also stick very well to any metallic fridge door, so they are in the best position to remind your friends and family of your special day!

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