The wedding industry is a truly unique place. Working within a creative space leads to all sorts of collaborations, discussions and meetings with a host of seriously talented people.
During the depths of lockdown, we were really fortunate to contribute to a styled stationery shoot lead by Laura Jayne; Laura is an award-winning UK and Destination Wedding Photographer and she was looking to use her creative flair to photograph a range of pieces from some rather lovely independent business owners.
This was the perfect opportunity to see our work styled amongst gorgeous handmade touches and to give a shout out to some fabulous wedding suppliers.
Once your wedding invitation design is complete, it’s time to think about those all-important finishing touches. Whilst a little extra time might be needed, those little details show the thought and care that has gone into creating the perfect wedding stationery and will build excitement for the day ahead.
As a fellow husband and wife team, Heirloom Seals create custom wax seals, embossers and rubber stamps to add that extra special detail to your wedding invite. Each seal is made with so much love and care; adding elegance to the simplest of stationery designs.
You can design your own beautiful custom wax seals or select from their collection of in house designs. These illustrated botanicals are just perfect.
Cheryl at Silk and Purl creates soft silk ribbons and fabrics to compliment your own style and her collection happens to include some of or most favourite shades. These grey napkins would look beautiful adorning a wedding table with a bespoke menu card resting alongside.
This coral toned fabric was actually a colour we incorporated into our own wedding theme and seeing it here makes me feel all kinds of happy.
Ooh. Such jewellery perfection. Creating artisan ceramic and jewellery design from her studio in Devon, each piece is inspired by the wild beauty of nature.
As well as a range of exquisite rings, you can also find some stunning wedding and special occasion hair adornments; just perfect if you’re looking for something truly unique for your day.
Kamie Cheyne is a wedding and event florist who also creates the prettiest of hand-dyed and dried florals. These dinky little flowers would be a gorgeous surprise for guests as they open up their invite to find them nestling inside.
Kamie’s brand new website is launching very soon so do stay tuned.
Ribbon. Ribbon in all it’s rustic, hand-dyed glory. There is something so perfect about opening an invitation that has been lovingly tied together and I for one never throw away such delicate pieces. Rebecca from the Botanical Dyer is another supplier we have always admired from afar. Rebecca creates naturally plant and hand-dyed silk and vegan ribbon, which adds the most lovely touch to all manner of pieces.
These soft pastel colours also feature heavily in our designs and compliment our work so beautifully.
We have to say a huge thank you to Laura for taking the time to style our stationery so beautifully. Lockdown has been so hard for all of us working within this industry but together we have inspired and motivated each other to just keep going. Working on lovely creative projects like this enables suppliers to showcase the very best of their work and offers couples a little window into our world.
So, printing your wedding invitation is just the beginning. We are always here to advise and guide you if you’re looking to incorporate finishing touches to your design. There are some incredible designers, makers and creators out there; all ready and waiting to make you a little piece of something special.
For more information about our bespoke wedding stationery design then head over and take a look at our gallery pages. We’ll see you there!
Lots Of Love
All Image Photography Laura Jayne Photographer