Monthly Archives: March 2014

Free to print luggage tags

Free to download and print rustic heart luggage tag

Hello! It’s been a long time since I did a free download and the last one was on the excellent English Wedding Blog. So to right this wrong I’ve done a luggage tag pdf in summer colours from the pantone spring/summer 2014 colour report (ok they say color but we know what they mean;)). What’s good about a luggage tag? Well they work well with favours or as alternatives to place cards and I don’t see why they couldn’t be used as Save the Dates either.

Find the other one…..

The post on English Wedding Blog also had the same luggage tag design but in pastel tones that I think worked well in winter or spring.  You can visit them here:  http://english-wedding.com/2014/01/wedding-luggage-tags-free-download/  where this is also a very handy pictures of how they can look when you let someone with good hand writing or calligraphy skills loose on them.

Free to download and print rustic heart luggage tag
Free to download and print rustic heart luggage tags

So what do I do?

Well Step 1, download or save the file here Luggage tag summer heart download.  Either right click and save (Mac users not sure what you’ll need to do) or click the link which should open the pdf and hit save. Step 2, You can use the file in one of two ways.  Either print it as it is and write on what you need.  Or there are text boxes which if you look at the image on this page you can see their location.  They’re set to use the Alex Brush font, an excellent script font with a little bit of retro vibe which can be freely obtained here http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/alex-brush.  The text size will decrease if you have more to fit in but it’s ideally set to use for first names or maybe whole names which aren’t too long.  If you’re putting in names then you can also save the files if you’re unable to print then and there. Step 3, once printed it’s time to cut.  Of course you can use scissors but if you have access to a rotary trimmer I highly recommend that.  While a craft knife with cutting board and metal rule works well if you know what you’re doing. Step 4, there are ways around it but if you’re using with ribbon you’ll probably want to use a hole punch to put a hole in the pointy end.

love bird bespoke wedding invitation peeking inside
love bird bespoke wedding invitation peeking inside

The design for these is derived from my Love Bird collection which can seen here.  They are free to download and print from for non commercial uses. Creative Commons Licence

The Love of Bunting

Bunting at weddings copyright Elizabeth Armitage Photography

Bunting, it’s been very popular of late.  The vintage trend coupled with the jubilee in 2012 has meant a boom time in bunting.  But after all peaks normally comes a trough as people can have a enough of a good thing.  I don’t think bunting should be abandoned altogether though.  I have read in places of the ‘new bunting’, which isn’t bunting by the way.  Sure the cool kids will run off and try and do the next big thing before anyone else.  Possibly in the process doing a fair few silly things to.  Not quite sure who the cool kids are in this wedding analogy?  Wedding planners to oligarchs and the super famous maybe?  I’ve seen tassly things being touted in this way.  The one’s I saw looked like they would be made from tissue paper though which may work in a desert but you’re taking a chance with the British weather.

Varieties of bunting (I particularly like top right), courtesy of Bunting with Love
Varieties of bunting (I particularly like top right), courtesy of Bunting with Love
Bunting Wedding Place Name with polka dot flags
Place Name with polka dot flags

Weddings though I think weddings are something of a different case compared to fashion.  A lot of fashion is about the time, the present, the here and now.  Weddings though I think are striving for a certain sense of timelessness.  They might be anchored in the present but are about love and a hopefully lifelong commitment.  You’ll hopefully spend more time staring at your wedding albums and images than you’re likely to see photos of that last coat or bag you just bought.

Bunting to read, copyright Elizabeth Armitage Photography
Advice from a tree, copyright Elizabeth Armitage Photography
Bunting Booklet Wedding Invitation - disclaimer: attaching an invitation to a clothes line may not help your invitations reach your guests
Cheque book style wedding invitation – disclaimer: attaching an invitation to a clothes line may not help your invitations reach your guests

So I think you should choose things for your wedding with staying power, classics which are timeless and in that regard I think bunting should be included with that.  Sure there is good and bad bunting.  But if you like the idea of green summer meadows and an English village fete, then bunting can play a part in that.  Do you have a big empty hall to make festive and joyful.  Bunting can do it!  The recent boom in bunting now means we not only have the choice of the traditional bunting in primary colours but also those for more sophisticated colour palettes like spring and summer pastel tones or how about some of the great patterned fabric that’s now used.  I think bunting will always put a smile on peoples face and let them now that it’s time to celebrate and be happy.

Lots of bunting from Bunting with Love
A huge choice –  from Bunting with Love
Magnet save the date from the bunting collection
Magnet save the date

I’ve been lucky today to be able to use images from Elizabeth Armitage photography and Bunting with Love to illustrate this article.  Elizabeth is a very talented Devon based photographer who I had the privilege of being positioned opposite at a recent wedding fair.  It’s well worth checking out her photography site Elizabeth Armitage photography to see her stunning work.  Bunting with Love is also based in Devon and has bunting to hire and sell and has 8 different types available.  There has also been a few pictures of my own bunting stationery which you can see more of on my wedding stationery website.

Bunting backdrop to a kiss -  copyright Elizabeth Armitage Photography
Bunting backdrop to a kiss – copyright Elizabeth Armitage Photography
Inside of one of our new illustrated designs.
Inside of one of our new illustrated designs featuring – see Coast.

Photos by Elizabeth Armitage Photography are copyright of Elizabeth Armitage Photography and like the other images on this website may not be reproduced without permission.

Wedding Photography – Meet Kern Photo

autumn wedding kiss in snow

Today this blog is in for a treat and a short break from stationery to look at another important aspect of a wedding, that being photography .  Any one who follows my blog may know that I’ve had some images of my work photographed by a professional photographer RJ Kern who is based in Minneapolis.  Now I’ve also been lucky enough to have RJ answer a few questions about wedding photography.  I have to say this is just a taste of the wedding, photography and wedding photography wisdom RJ has to offer and there are links to RJ’s post throughout the article.

I also really recommend a browse of his website, the images are great and like all good photographers they show RJ’s style, care and craft.  It’s not just click and shoot, it’s many years of practice, training, knowledge and hard work.  If you don’t already think so I hope this article gives a good idea of why a good photographer should be high up the priority list of most weddings.

RJ Kern Minneapolis Wedding Photographer

Flower girls floral crowns -  RJ Kern Photo
Flower girls floral crowns – RJ Kern Photo

How did you become a wedding photographer?
I majored in Art & Geography from Colgate University and hold a Master’s Degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder. My career began at the National Geographic Society where I spent five years and became inspired by some of the world’s finest photographers. For the last 8 years I’ve grown my wedding photography business in both Denver and Minneapolis, but I shoot weddings wherever my camera takes me.

creative lighting sunset photo - RJ Kern Photo
creative lighting sunset photo – RJ Kern Photo

How would you describe your style of photography and what makes your photography special?
I use a blend of candid photojournalism, modern portraiture, and fun, real-moment photography to capture moments on my clients’ wedding days. I am enthusiastic about light in my creative portraits. My clients seem to enjoy watching the process unfold and they enjoy having an ‘artist’ with them on their wedding day.

Groom hugging brother - Kern Photo
Groom hugging brother – Kern Photo

What advice would you give Brides and Grooms trying to find a wedding photographer for their day?
Falling in love with the right wedding photographer should never be a hard sell. After all, it’s all about one thing: Trust.At the end of a wedding day, a bride and groom should look back knowing they trusted the right photographer to shape wedding memories for the good. And the wedding experience is full of positive feelings from start to finish. However, I recommend a solid contract, the proper business licenses, back-up equipment, and good insurance to be considered a “professional.”

I offer my tips on finding a good photographer in this blog post: http://www.kern-photo.com/2013/02/how-to-fall-in-love-with-the-right-wedding-photographer.

Sunset Bride and Groom - Kern Photo
Sunset Bride and Groom – Kern Photo

How would you describe the role of photography in a wedding?
Photographing a wedding is more than just showing up with a camera. It’s all about offering a remarkable experience with images that will stand the test of time in happy dances, squared. Let’s not forget the post-production, album design, customer service, and day-of logistics coordination that represent at least 4 times the time than actual day of wedding shooting. I figure an 8 hour wedding is a full 48-hour work week, without travel. But I know these images will still be important in 50 years.

Sunset Bride - Kern Photo
Sunset Bride – Kern Photo

If you had to recommend a list of shots that a couple should make sure their photographer takes what would they be?
Real, actual occurring moments that tell a visual story. If you are going to take a ring shot, make it interesting and reflect the story of their day. If you are going to take a formal photograph during family portrait times, make sure there is warmth and humanity in the photograph… and for goodness sake, use good light.

Group photo - Kern Photo
Group photo – Kern Photo
Wedding dress detail - Kern Photo
Wedding dress detail – Kern Photo

There are some things which are popular in the US but rare in the UK.  How would you describe the benefits of engagement shoots and shooting the bride and groom before their ceremony?
Engagement sessions allow for my clients to get comfortable in front of my camera so that when I show up on the wedding day, I am more like a friend with a fancy camera. As an added bonus, they get real pictures in real clothes in a sentimental location with good light that they can enjoy now, not have to wait until after their wedding.

Award winning engagement photo - Kern Photo
Award winning engagement photo – Kern Photo

As for the First Look, I challenge clients to plan their wedding day from their tastes, not traditions from a by-gone era. For example, most clients don’t realize that “don’t see the bride before the wedding” and the “veil of secrecy” harken back to arranged marriages…if the groom doesn’t like the bride-to-be, then perhaps he has time to jump town. Most clients then begin to think critically and do things that make sense for them on their wedding day, share in the private moment of seeing each other for the first time and then opt to take couples portraits when hair and makeup is fresh before the ceremony. In the end, I tell them they will be able to spend more time with guests after the ceremony and enjoy cocktail hour. (Cocktail hour also sounds a good idea  – Nathan)

First look photo - Kern Photo
First look photo – Kern Photo

Any words of advice for aspiring wedding photographers themselves?
Dear Aspiring Fellow Photographers:
• Show the work you love
• Be yourself. Nothing more. Nothing less.
• Not everyone is your perfect client. There is a *right* person out there that value your talents.
• Don’t try too hard to sell yourself, if you do, you might be doing yourself a disadvantage. I had a creative writing teacher once tell me, “Show, don’t tell.” It is one thing to show you best work, but another to “show” your personality and style in your branding, marketing, correspondence, and your appearance, and how you choose to spend your time away from work.
• Don’t be afraid to say no. Be willing to sacrifice losing customers to win customers.

Helping hands - Kern Photo
Helping hands – Kern Photo

Your blog is full lots of advice for clients and other photographers.  With the wedding photography industry so competitive why do you share so much knowledge?
Being engaged in a community allows me to share my passion and encourage others to do their best. A raising tide raises all boats:) One way I like to give back to my competition is through my 100+ blog posts to help other photographers succeed. Referrals are an important part of my business as well.

Burning Man wedding photo - Kern Photo
Burning Man wedding photo – Kern Photo
page boys
page boys
RJ Kern of Kern Photo
RJ Kern of Kern Photo

As said at the beginning I really recommend taking the time explore RJ’s site and blog.

As well as many beautiful images there is a lot of great advice for both Brides and Grooms and amateur and professional photographers.

You can visit RJ’s site Kern Photo here: Minneapolis Wedding Photographer

A love bird wedding invitation close up

love bird bespoke wedding invitation peeking inside

Recently I was very lucky to have a proper photographer take a look at my work and even better offer to take some images of my work for me.  Most of the images on my various websites are taken by me.  So today I’d like to share some of the images that were taken.

These are from my Love Bird collection and shown as a bifold invitation.  Bifold invitations can be hard to sum up, as they include an RSVP and the inside of the invitations are made by fixing the inside panels to the front cover piece.  This gives the invitation a brilliant feel and weight to them than makes them feel really substantial. The photos are by RJ Kern, a photographer whose work I’ve been following for a few years now.  So please take a look at Minneapolis Wedding Photographer R. J. Kern at kern-photo.  Even if you’re not in the US (He does like to travel though) his blog has lots of advice whether you’re getting married yourself or a wedding photographer.   That’s it from me today, I hope you enjoy these images.   An example RJ’s work is shown below.

love bird bespoke wedding invitation cover
love bird bespoke wedding invitation cover
love bird bespoke wedding invitation peeking inside
love bird bespoke wedding invitation peeking inside
love bird bespoke wedding invitation inside
love bird bespoke wedding invitation inside
love bird bespoke wedding invitation rsvp
love bird bespoke wedding invitation rsvp

 

 

Barefoot Bride at Woolacombe Bay Hotel pt 2

Suppliers and professionals at Barefoot Bride

Welcome

Welcome back, so glad you could make it!  If you don’t know why I’m saying welcome back the first part of this article was published yesterday and you can view it here.

Woolacombe Bay Hotel
Woolacombe Bay Hotel

After lunch at a Wedding Fair

We left off talking about the busy part of the day.  So now for the second half of the day!  This is generally slower than the first half, when you get a chance to get to know the suppliers around you.  You may be getting sick of me saying this but generally this also another great bit about doing a wedding fair, or at least a good wedding fair.  At a good event you’ll often be surrounded by some of the most friendly, creative and passionate people around.  Nice events also generally have other suppliers there who are very supportive and helpful to each other.  Sunday was no exception.

Some of the Suppliers

On my right side were jewellers Cooper Couture.  They were very polished, display looked great and sets up and takes down quickly.  A fact I’m insanely jealous of as mine takes ages!

Cooper Couture
Cooper Couture

Very friendly people to who definitely knew what they’re doing at wedding fairs and on social media to.  They gave me some great tips, thank you Matt!  They sell rings manufactured by other companies but also create their own and can design from scratch.  On my left was David and Freya, musicians who took it in turns with another singer to perform in the room my stand was in.  It was a real privilege to be positioned near them as their sound was the perfect accompaniment to a great day.

David and Freya, musicians
David and Freya, musicians

They both sing so there is real variety in their sound which suited our coastal setting perfectly.  I’m not up enough my music reading to know how to describe them in a way that does them justice.  A little bit folky, also reminded me of the relaxed Hawaiian vibe of Jack Johnson and one song I think I could pick out was Walk the Line.  They’re new to wedding fairs but not new to weddings.  David has even gone on tour in Ireland.  I guess the best recommendation I can give is that I bought 1 cd for myself and another for a friend who is always keen to hear new (to him) good music.

Shim Sham and Best Day Ever
Shim Sham and Best Day Ever

After I spoke to the stand opposite which were exquisite accessory makers called Shim Sham.  Very jealous of their drift wood in their display.  By them was Best Day Ever who hires vintage props.  There were some lovely pieces on the stand, if I lived closer I would be asking to visit them to photograph my stationery around some of their items.

I also had time to meet a couple who run a mosaic work shop.  The idea being they help people make their own mosaics.  You should see the silk preserved in resin.  That looked stunning.  After the fair was over Jules from Hey Jules a jewellery designer said hello.  We’d followed each other on twitter but we were at the opposite ends of the room, it was great to make her acquaintance.  I was also lucky enough to have wedding photographer Marie Man help me take down part of my stand.  I didn’t see her work but if they were invited by the organisers of this event it’s going to be good.  That can be said for all the suppliers there, quality I think is key to everything Blue Fizz Events does.  I think I have to mention the Matt Stockman photography, he had the coolest transport to any wedding fair I’ve seen.  See this link to the photo booth photos he put on facebook.

Matt Stackman Photography transport
Matt Stackman Photography transport

Which brings me back to where I started.  Blue Fizz Events is holding another (yes they’re industrious and talented) wedding fair Thursday evening at Deer Park near Honiton, from 6 to 8.30.  I’ve not done an evening fair before so I’ll be interested to see what they’re like.  This one is their spring vintage fair.  With Art Deco being so popular at the moment and fitting in with vintage I’m crossing my fingers for a good night, find out more here.  You can see more of my Art Deco stationery here on my main website.

Links to the awesome suppliers and wedding professionals mentioned!

There were many others there.  I didn’t talk to the Vintage dress hire people, none of the cake makers I’d seen from a distance and somewhere there was a classical string group.

Vintage dress hire
Vintage dress hire

I like many of the suppliers and I bet many of the visitors did take the chance to explore Woolacombe. Think I should of had an icecream to, that would of been nice but stuck with the remains of my packed lunch. Did have some very nice cookies though which I’d bought for the tin they come in and is now used on my stand! There’s photos from around Woolacombe below or please feel to take a look at my bespoke stationery.

Woolacombe
Woolacombe
How do you like your thirds, extra grass?
How do you like your thirds, extra grass?
or extra sky
or extra sky

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A plinth with a view, Woolacombe bay
A plinth with a view, Woolacombe bay
Rock pools at Woolacombe
Rock pools at Woolacombe

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Path to the beach at Woolacombe
Path to the beach at Woolacombe
Woolacombe Tourist information
Woolacombe Tourist information

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Shiny!
Shiny!
Woolacombe rocks
Woolacombe rocks
Woolacombe Bay
Woolacombe Bay

I did take the chance to take a few photos near the river that had looked so amazing in the morning. The light wasn’t as great but I’m glad I took the time to stop.

River Bray near the A road
River Bray near the A road

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Last shot of the day
Last shot of the day

I did almost forget – I got a chance to photograph one of my sample table plans after packing up!

Catania carnival design table plan
Catania carnival design table plan

Barefoot Bride at Woolacombe Bay Hotel

Woolacombe Bay Hotel

This week is a wee bit intense for Artemis Stationery with two wedding fairs in quick succession.  Sunday I was in Woolacombe in deepest darkest Devon.  Actually it was a delightful part of the world, I only said deepest darkest to try and be interesting and they all began with the same letters as Devon!  The drive there was a little bit magical.  It’s a gorgeous part of the world to on the North Devon coast facing the Bristol Channel and Wales (not that you can see it) – there’s also a South Devon coast facing the English Channel.  Woolacombe is set in a bay with hills all around and a sandy beach which is something of a surfing hotspot.

The Beach at Woolacombe
The Beach at Woolacombe
Rolling waves at Woolacombe
Rolling waves at Woolacombe

The Setting

The wedding fair was at Woolacombe Bay Hotel and organised by Blue Fizz Events (very talented ladies, check them out here).  I don’t know tonnes about the Hotel but I expect the hotel is in quite a historic building.  Woolacombe is quite small so I think it manages to be set on one edge and yet be near the centre of the few shops, restaurants and bars that are in Woolacombe.

The road leading to Woolacombe straight from the restaurants and ice cream parlours.
The road leading to Woolacombe straight from the restaurants and ice cream parlours.

It also has a small golf course in front of it which means there is uninterrupted grass between the front of the hotel and the beach, well aside from the hotels very stylish looking lido.  I so wish I could of gone for a swim.  Would it of been cheeky to ask?  It was my first time there and you do want to make a good impression!  I have to disclaim that I didn’t get much chance to wander but what I saw of the hotel was gorgeous as are the images the hotels website.  I was stationed in the Edwardian room.  I guess you would probably call it a ballroom.  It was definitely large enough.  They also gave all the suppliers the nicest and most stylish chairs I’ve seen at any wedding fair.  Leather and padded, if these come with hiring the venue your guests derrière’s will be well catered for.  Actually they looked comfy but my chairs got taken away as have no space with my display, it was a sad parting.  All the surrounding rooms and corridors were tip top, that careful combination of modern and well maintained yet still keeping a sense of history.  I wish I could of spent more time there.

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The Fair

Doing a wedding fair can be an intensely long day, while the odd supplier will be very local most will have driven quite a way.  I drove 2 hours and so did several other of the suppliers I spoke to.  That meant I was on the road shortly after.  Arrived about quarter past 9.  My satnav took me a rather curious route, not what google recommended.  But the A399 was really quite special, the river Bray runs through a steep wooded valley.  In the morning light it was really special on the stretch before Brayford.

River Bray just after sunset, looked stunning in the morning sun
River Bray just after sunset, looked stunning in the morning sun

Magical setting aside once you arrive you bust a gut.  My stand takes about one hour thirty to setup in its standard form but as with today there was more that could be done to take advantage of extra space.

Woolacombe Bay Hotel front gate
Woolacombe Bay Hotel front gate

Typically you tweak your stand until the first people arrive which at a good event will happen within minutes of the start time.  What begins as a trickle normally gets busy quickly.  So many lovely people to speak to.  This can be tough if there’s only one of you there.  At times on Sunday there was three different groups looking so it’s not easy making sure everyone understands your products and have spotted the mini brochures and samples to take.  It is how ever really nice to speak to all the Brides and Grooms and their friends and family members.  It’s a real high point of the day chatting with and getting to know potential clients.  It’s easier in the latter stages as earlier you want to try and say hello to everyone, even if briefly.  Later in the day there’s less people so you have a good chance to chat to anyone who stops by and is interested in your work.

My stall is tucked in at the end
My stall is tucked in at the end

Come back for part two tomorrow including a look at the other suppliers, why the rest of this week is busy and what I got up to after the fair and was all packed away, it was really exciting (ok, mildly exciting), I did take a few nice photos though.  In the mean time no time like the present to check out some bespoke wedding invitations and stationery!  View my website here.

A luxury vintage style Invitation

Capri vintage style bifold wedding invitation in 2014 colours

Hello!  This one’s about a invitation with bit of a vintage early 1900’s feel.  So down to business, there are generous people and there are talented people and sometimes there are generous super talented people.  This post is made possible by that third type.  That being a super talented and generous photographer who is based in the United States, fortunately these days it’s not ridiculously expensive to post internationally!   Recently I was lucky enough to have some of my stationery photographed by photographer RJ Kern (very talented chap who used to be a cartographer for National Geographic) who now uses his considerable expertise for weddings and other assignments.  He’s given me lots of great photos so I’m going to be sharing these an item at a time in the coming weeks.  Today’s images are of one of my bespoke wedding invitations.  This one is from my Capri collection.

Capri bifold wedding invitation cover in 2014 colours
Capri bifold wedding invitation cover in 2014 colours

Bespoke Wedding Invitation

The invitation shown is a bifold invitation designed in this case for a wedding, like all of our wedding stationery they are bespoke for each client.  What’s great about the bifold invitation is from the outside it looks just like a standard card.  But hold them or open them and you know they’re special.  The text isn’t printed onto paper insert or printed just onto the inside surface of the card.  Here instead we go for a really luxurious finish by mounting panels of the same great card used for the outside onto the inside surface.  If you squeeze a bifold invitation between your fingers you can really appreciate that as well the weight it gives each invitation.  It feels substantial, a real quality item.

Inside of Capri bifold wedding invitation
Inside of Capri bifold wedding invitation

Detachable RSVP

We also keep the design standard really high on the inside.  There’s no just laying out some text.  Instead the text is integrated with the design from the cover.  To top it all there is a detachable RSVP which RJ has been cunning enough to show both attached and removed.  The colours in this photo are blues and purples from the Pantone spring and summer colour report and a beautifully complimented by provincial lavender Swarovski crystals mounted on the front.

RSVP removed from Capri Bifold wedding invitation
RSVP removed from Capri Bifold wedding invitation

The fonts used on this sample design give a early 20th century style and are packed full of character.  If you would like to see Capri or more Bifold invitations please click each respective link.  These bifold invitations could be yours, where ever you are in the world!

I highly advise checking out more of RJ’s work.  Especially if you are looking for a wedding photographer whether in the US or outside (I know has crossed the Atlantic for weddings before).  So check out Minneapolis Wedding Photographer R. J. Kern at kern-photo.    Just look look at what he can produce for you.

Minneapolis Wedding Photographer R. J. Kern at kern-photo
Minneapolis Wedding Photographer R. J. Kern at kern-photo

Art Nouveau Floral Wedding Invitation

Art Nouveau style floral corner booklet wedding invitation

Hello and Welcome!

Greetings my lovelies! Actually that may be a bit over familiar. A proper blogger could probably get away with that, I wish I was but I’m not. So thank you honoured readers for joining me, I really appreciate you taking the time! Anyway today for your reading delight I have a slice of classic Artemis Stationery with a slight reworking… It’s floral with I think a big helping of Art Nouveau style.

front of corner booklet showing the design going over each page
front of corner booklet showing the design going over each page

Art Nouveau

This is an older design that I’m in the process of reworking. I’m reworking it as a I found that I was changing newer items and using the basic design in different ways than I originally did. It’s not yet made it onto the new website as I still need to redesign a few more samples. I like to get photos of at least 3 items but preferably more before making a collection live on the new website. This is so that visitors can get a good feel for how the design works over all the different types of bespoke wedding invitations and day stationery. Strangely for an old design it’s not got a name. That’s because of even more future plans… So I need a new name for this reworked collection. Any ideas?

Pages of the corner booklet
Pages of the corner booklet

Booklet Invitation Pages

The invite itself is a corner fastening booklet. A relatively new addition to the invitations listed on Artemis Stationery’s website. You may have seen the cheque book style invitation, it’s popular but is also one of the more expensive types of invitation. The corner fastening booklet is aimed at delivering as close to the cheque book but in a format which is simpler to build and so less costly. Like the cheque book invitation though it contains a cover, invitation page and two more pages typically used as an RSVP and information. This makes it a very useful invite.

Read more about the corner booklets here or see all the different designs they could come in.