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Real Wedding: Danielle & James

I am so incredibly lucky when it comes to my couples. With the style of stationery I create, they are always super laidback, love a good ol' knees up and of course, have an affinity for beautifully designed paper. Being so integral to a couples big day is something I don't ever take lightly...sure, stationery is a small component, but quite often, it generates further ideas for styling and couples do garner a lot of inspiration from the creation of their invites.  This was the case for the lovely Danielle and her new husband, James... "Your invite design became the inspiration for all the florals from the bouquets to the arch we created.  I just wanted to say thank you for...

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Real Wedding: Jodie & Gus

Since the weather has taken a turn for the chilly, here's a gorgeous December wedding from last year. Jodie & Gus were one of the loveliest couples to work with, and I adored their love story... Living in the UK with their lovely little boy, Jodie & Gus's younger years were worlds apart...literally. Whilst Jodie's family hailed from the south of England, Gus grew up in Brazil. But their love for one another is tangible even over email. The couple were married at Byfield Church in Daventry, with their reception following at Crockwell Farm...surrounded by their loved ones and close friends. Jodie had such beautiful ideas for her stationery, and so we worked together on her Save the Dates, Invites and On...

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Real Wedding: Cass & John

It's always an exciting time when a couple get in touch for the first time. And it was no different with Cass. I had actually met this lovely lady at The National Wedding Show in October 2017, at London's ExCel centre. When she mentioned that she would be getting married at The Horniman Museum, I think I let out an internal squeal...it is such an amazing venue! Cass and John had already booked Worm to provide their wedding flowers, so we focused on the mood boards that they had provided. The couple went for a bespoke concertina invite, which included palm fronds, anthurium and king protea for a modern feel. I utilised a dark green colour for the text. Cass had a...

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