Friday, 23 April 2010

Michael & Karen

Karen is from Norfolk and Michael is from Scotland so it was important to have something that represented the both of them. We came up with the idea of the Scottish thistle and the English rose intertwined together.

Here were my first ideas..

Karens dress was a vintage style lace dress and so she wanted the designs to have a vintage feel using her colour theme. This is what we came up with for the final design...


Front and back..


These were printed on a folded card size 12 x 17 cm. The evening invitations were the same.


This was printed on a flat A5 sized card.

Name cards..

These were printed on a 6 x 9 cm size folded down the middle. See black line.

Table Names..

Karen and Michael chose to name their tables after places that were special to them. These were printed on a flat card size 12 x 17 cm.

Crispin & Louisa Clover

When I first spoke to Louisa about what she was thinking for her invites she mentioned that she wanted to incorporate a four leaf clover into the design as her future name was to be Clover! Her colour scheme was bright pink and green which was fun and she wanted this to be shown in her stationery. I started of with playing around with some ideas..

This was the final design..

Front and back...


The invitations were printed as a folded card sized 17 x 12 cm.

To match these I also designed...


These were printed on a flat A5 sized card.

Name cards..

These were 9 x 6 cm and folded ( see black line)

Thank you cards...



The Thank you cards were printed as a flat postcard.

I also designed the table plan and an insert for the invitations that included directions ect.

Monday, 19 April 2010

Rachel and Joel

Rachels beautiful wedding dress had a lovely stitch detail that represented a swirl which went across the front of her dress. She really wanted this theme to run through to her wedding stationery. We worked closely together to create this design which fitted not only with her wedding dress but also her whole colour scheme and bridesmaid dresses too.

The invitations were printed as a folded card with details from the front design flowing through to the inside of the card.