One of our favourite stationery companies, Paperknots, was awarded Best Wedding Stationery at the Wedding Industry Awards last night, and it’s not hard to see why with their luxurious Amour collection. This elegant and romantic suite is printed on the finest paper stock and would certainly set the tone for a wedding that’s in a league of its own. (more…)
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It’s January, and new year = new notebook here at The Paper Bride. Take a look at these pretty new pads and treat yourself to a bit of stationery shopping – after all, you have MAJORLY important wedding plans that need to be documented. Right?
Happy Friday everyone! We are VERY excited here at The Paper Bride as we have our very first real wedding to share with you. And as it’s SO dull and grey out there right now, we’ve chosen one that’s filled with bold colours and summer florals to brighten up your day.
The wedding took place at Old Down Manor – a beautiful old country house that overlooks the Cotswolds – and was shot by Lizzy May Photography. Believe it or not, super-talented Lizzy also designed all of the stationery! “I first met Sarah (the bride) when she visited our pop-up shop, the Little Wedding Space, in Bristol,” says Lizzy. “She loved our suppliers so much she booked us all at once! She chose me to do photos and stationery, Kirsten Butler for styling, Anna Tyler for the cake and Emma Norton for the flowers.”
Let’s take a look…
Our good friend Kirsten Butler – AKA The Little Wedding Helper – knows a thing or two about wedding styling. We met her at a wedding fair at Bristol Zoo (yes, you can get married at the zoo!) about five years ago and since then we’ve watched her win countless awards and style hundreds of south west weddings.
Kirsten recently sent us this beautiful shoot, photographed by the uber-talented Frances Taylor and shot at Bristol wedding venue Arnos Vale. Did you know that you can get married there in the woods at twilight? How romantic is that?
Of course, being The Paper Bride, the bit we’re lusting over most is the stunning hand-illustrated stationery by Harriet de Winton. If we could get married again, we’d so be choosing this!
We’re loving the trend for pretty florals, but they can look a little too summery for a winter wedding. Getting married at this time of year doesn’t have to mean going for icy blues and whites or festive red and green, either – try one of these gorgeous, grown-up options for size…
1) Add a little gold dust with these foiled Luna invitations from Artcadia (invites from £4.15) – nothing says winter glamour like luxurious letterpress invites.
2) Go for all-out decadence with an Art Deco theme. The Deco collection from Hip Hip Hooray (downloadable invites from £12) makes us want to wrap up in our finest furs (fake of course!).
3) This gorgeous collection from Kate Ruth Romey is perfect for a city setting and we love the simple but stylish typography.
We’ve yet to meet a bride who doesn’t secretly love a dusting of gold glitter, so we know you’re going to fall for the beautiful Maria collection by Printed Love Co (invites from £2.30). The glitter details are printed flat onto the invites, while the baker’s twine and scripty font adds a modern touch. We love!
Think wedding stationery has to be all pretty pastels and ivory cardstock? Then think again with this season’s gorgeous trend for black and white designs. A monochrome palette has the potential to look severe, but mix it up with whimsical fonts and floral motifs to add a touch of modern romance. Here are some of our favourites…
1) Printed Love Co‘s beautiful Claudia collection (invites from £2.30), combines a chalkboard effect with baker’s twine and hessian for a modern take on rustic style.
2) These chic and simple Modern Script invites by Ivy White (invites from £2.10) are ideal for a glam city celebration. Bring the pretty by picking out your names in a delicate font, then add a touch of luxury with thick cardstock.
3) The sweet, sketched designs on the Hedgerow collection from The Charming Press (invites from £2) strikes the perfect balance between a contemporary colourway and kitsch-cool details.
This week, we’re crushing on the beautiful new Florence collection by London-based stationery company Paperknots. Combining gorgeous typography and a cool coral colour scheme (two of our favourite trends for SS15), this collection is the perfect way to announce a chic summer celebration to friends and family.
Floral wedding stationery doesn’t have to mean going for a Lehrgang vintage look. The trend for contemporary florals vízm? has wholesale nfl jerseys really taken off, with Rifle Paper Co leading the way in the US. It’s easy to get the look for your alert: big day here in the UK, too. Prepare idea: to fall in wholesale mlb jerseys love with these gorgeous modern takes on flower details from some of our favourite stationery companies.
1) Swoon at the Moon‘s Winter Garden collection is a great way to create an autumn/winter theme with a difference. (From £2.25 with envelope)
2) We can imagine inviting guests to a chic beach celebration with these Tropical invites by Hip Hip Hooray. (Ready to print from £12; printed from 80p)
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4) Finally, The Charming Press ideas rock the look with their beautiful Bloom collection, giving the look a for unique twist with a black background and hot pink envelopes. (Invites from £2)
If you fancy something Teams a little different to florals, go for a more modern, stylised look with quirky geometric shapes. As this little selection shows, trend you don’t have to wholesale jerseys forgoe prettiness either…
1. We love this bold and colourful mosaic-style collection from Swoon at the Moon.
2. It’s lovely to see the pink and Waldsee gold theme being given an edge with the Geometry wholesale jerseys collection by Paper Arrow Press.
3. Coral, mint And and muted grey? It’s a winning colour combination! Geometric loveliness from Hip Hip Hooray.
4. This pretty set is cheap nba jerseys customisable and printable. Find it at Hello!Lucky The Lovely Drawer over on Etsy.
5. If you’re getting married abroad, this tropical-meets-tribal design by Heart and Fox is cheap nfl jerseys one of our favourites.