21 April 2017
Nothing is more exciting than posting out those initial Save the Dates or wedding invitations. That little envelope arriving through the door of friends and family is the first glimpse anyone will have of your big day and sets the tone for what is to follow.
Simple, rustic, bold, fun, elegant or minimal, there is something for everyone. Your stationery of course extends to your table names, place names, table plans and order of services. And don’t forget your thank you cards once the honeymoon is over.
We’ve done the research for you on the most stylish stationery to feast your eyes on. These guys have our (first class) stamp of approval!
Whimsical, rustic, vintage and kitsch, Sarah Wants lives up to her name and leaves you wanting more! Putting the pretty into all of her paper delights, her elegant designs, pastel colours and floral accents are the ultimate in stationery chic. Don’t take our word for it, she’s also award winning!
Based in Falmouth, Sincerely May is a design studio focused on modern invites designed for the style conscious couple. With a selection of personalised themed collections as well as offering bespoke designs, there is so much choice! We adore the Wreath Collection which feels stylish yet rustic, the modern Honeycomb and Geo collections are on trend and fun with the Chalkboard Collection being a serious contender for our favourite!
What makes Pogofandango so much fun is their bright colours and unique laser cut style. Bespoke designs created to the colour and wording that you choose means your invites will be completely unique to you. And they’ll certainly get people talking. Pogofandango personify fun, colour and fabulousness!
An illustrator and graphic designer, Laura creates beautiful stationery featuring pretty watercolour florals and handwritten fonts. We love the elegance of Spring Fields, the rustic Apple Blossom (with vintage botanical illustrations) and the flirty fun Summer Fete collection. You can even have your own range created, simply get in touch with Laura to enquire.