I’ve been really lucky to get some images through from some of my previous clients recently Annabel and Luke. Their stationery has actually featured on this blog before as they had one of the first Save the Date Magnet orders I made. That was many months ago and I’m now able to share with you some great images of their day stationery from their wedding day.
Art Deco Wedding Stationery
If you know my stationery and saw the previous article you’ll know they chose my Genoa wedding stationery collection for the Save the Date. For their day stationery they chose to use the very art deco Bologne wedding stationery collection. This worked well as their save the date had already used Art Deco fonts. They also kept the same colours so although they mixed stationery collections the use of the same colours and style kept a consistent look.
Canvas Table Plan
The first item you’ve already seen as it’s at the top of the page is a canvas table plan. I do love a good table plan as I think they’re a great and eye catching piece. While being something that can make a really good keepsake from the wedding day. On a personal note I also get a kick out of seeing my stationery designs in such a large format. I think this also goes for my clients to. I know many of my clients like seeing something of theirs in a large format.
We also had Bologne table names and Orders of the Days. The table names were of the tent variety. The table name tents I think are great as they’re a lower profile than the traditional kind that go in the metal stand. So they won’t obscure any amazing table centres you may have. The Order of the Days were A5 sheets. We do make booklets but these sheets for most weddings do the job perfectly well and come at a lower cost.
Finally I made a guest book. This was actually the first guest book I’ve ever sold. This was designed more like the Save the Date. I can’t actually claim to of made the whole guest book but I did finish it to fit in with Annabel and Luke’s wedding.
I have to thank Annabel and Luke for letting me use their images. They own the copyright to these images and I thank their permission for letting me use them. Their photographer was Neal Houghton. I claim no copyright over the images only the designs featured within them.