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.