Why choose us for
I studied Surface Pattern and Textile Design at Cumbria College of Art and Design where I quickly discovered a passion for painting flora and ancient buildings.
Today when drawing and designing wedding stationery I combine my love of flowers with wedding venues to produce intricate illustrations that are unique to your personal tastes.
To produce my designs I employ mediums such as watercolour, gouache and digital design in order to create wedding invitations, RSVP cards, named seating cards, detail/information cards and menu cards.
My love of painting flowers began when I was a young child and discovered the British artist and art teacher ‘Edith Blackwell Holden’ and specifically her stunning book ‘The Diary of an Edwardian Lady’. A beautifully illustrated book, Edith created a world rich in poetry and paintings filled with flowers and flora which rapidly became my inspiration and led me to experiment with inks and watercolour. I continue to work on my ‘House Collection’ of wedding stationery, constantly trying to update and expand my portfolio.
However, I also offer bespoke services whereby if there is a particular theme or idea that you would like to incorporate into your stationery, I would be delighted to create your personalised vision. Please feel free to get in touch, I love to bring visions to fruition.
The Design Process
Choose from the House Collection or if you would like to go down the bespoke route please send a message through the enquiry page.
I will contact you by your preferred method and we can discuss specific themes, plus the quantity that you require printing. If you require a bespoke creation we can discuss colour ways and imagery of the church or reception that l will require to begin the design process.
The wording and information you would like to include on your invites, details/information, menus cards. If your design is bespoke and not from the House Collection the design process will take longer, if you could please bear this in mind when planning ahead for wedding day.
I will begin the designing and collate ideas and imagery which we can discuss before I commence the final stages of designing the wedding stationery.
I will send across the final designs for your approval, once you have proof read the wording, I will send the designs to the printer. It is very important at this stage that you are happy with the wording and design as any reprints will have to be charged separately.
Depending on if you would like to personally collect the stationery or have it delivered will alter the final costing.