Friday, 9 May 2014


Featuring a border of foliage, the Emily design has a contemporary yet slightly art nouveau feel to it. The type style here compliments well with the border design.

The invitation is a single piece of hammered effect, white card that has been printed on both sides.


This is a very contemporary and fun design, using a heart motif as its main feature. The text is kept to a simple style, in-keeping with the contemporary feel.

The card itself is of ivory linen effect and printed on both sides, then folded.

Thursday, 8 May 2014


With the addition of satin ribbon and an embellishment cluster, this simple design is transformed into a very classically elegant invitation.

The script writing for the bride and groom's names has been altered so that they are combined together using the ampersand.

The card itself has been created using plain white card with the venue details printed on the reverse and linen effect white card layered to form the elegant front.

The colour of the satin ribbon and bow can easily be changed to suit any wedding day colour scheme.


Printed on folded, linen effect, ivory card, this design incorporates a Victorian style flock pattern and traditional serif text.
The text is kept to a minimum on the front of the card, with the rest of the information printed onto a paper insert.
The overall feel to this invitation is one of traditional sophistication and simple elegance.


This is a design based on using a mix of traditional script and serif writing but with a contemporary twist by adding the bride and groom's initials to the background.

The initials and any outer border can match the colour scheme of the day, giving a very personal feel to the stationery.

This invitation is printed onto a single layer of white, hammered effect, card.