The last blog post took a look at a Sienna table name. You can see that by clicking here if you’re curious. While putting that table name away I came across two more from the same collection. So I thought today’s piece could be a little bit about how much Artemis Stationery personalises the bespoke wedding stationery collections for each of our clients.
A lot of floral wedding table names!
The table name shown in the previous post is a rich brown and orange colour scheme. Which is ideal for autumn, I possibly mentioned several times in the last post. Though like all of our bespoke stationery, none of our bespoke stationery designs are set in stone. It’s not a case of looking for a collection that matches your weddings style and then see if there are any colours that match what you might be using in your wedding. Rather once you have a collection you like the style of Artemis Stationery will personalise it for you. Altering colours, layout and fonts which really makes our bespoke stationery unique and personal for each of our clients.
The first variation shown here is a blue and orange colour scheme. This was designed for orange to be the main colour in the design though that meant the blue border frames the design brilliantly as it helps it stand out. In designs with multiple colours the amount each colour used is based on how much of a colour a client wants to see. This could mean equal prominence, or one of the colours being there as a highlight. There are a few more things to notice to. Unlike the brown table name the layout of this table name more closely follows the invitation design keeping the Bride and Groom’s names in the middle of the design. The table name is underneath. Another alternative layout would be to make the table name the larger wording on top and have the Bride and Groom’s name underneath. The name’s could also be swapped with information like the wedding venue and or date etc. This design also had butterflies added which was discussed in a mod file post! (view here)
The red table name was made for a wedding venues open day. I choose the obvious idea of using the collections name as the table name. It seemed to make sense! This was the first colour scheme Sienna was used in and like the Brown one can also tie into autumn from the fall colours point of view. If I had a red autumn request I would probably suggestion having a little more orange and maybe even little bits of yellow or brown. I might have to try that as a demo piece if I get the time!
Finally we have some close ups of the flowers, a chance to see each of the colour schemes up close. You can see each of the three flowers used in this design as well as the flower buds.
You can visit Sienna on the Artemis Stationery website here