Ivory & Pink Vintage Wedding Stationery

October 29, 2013

Recently I had the pleasure of creating the stationery for Lisa and Jamie wedding. Lisa and Jamie got married a few weeks ago at the lovely Chilston Park Hotel in Lenham. I wanted to put this post up to show you not only the day and evening invitations that we created, but also their on the day stationery too. Their stationery had a very vintage feel to it, incorporating pearlescent ivory card, a beautiful script font, pink roses and little diamante details.

The invitation for their daytime guests was a flip up invitation that had the main invitation on the front, information inside which included accommodation, gift list, and directions, and a custom map on the back. The rose theme worked so well with this invite and was followed through onto the matching ivory envelope.

For the evening guests they wanted to follow the same style and design, but they didn’t want the invitation to include all of the information. The image above shows the simplified version which was a single card printed on both sides. I really loved this set of invitations and think it really captured the vintage theme and really introduced what the wedding was going to be like.

When thinking about the on the day stationery we really wanted to follow the design and style of the invitations right the way through to the table plan, table numbers and place settings. All the items were printed on the same pearlescent ivory card, with the table plan being mounted on foam board with a ribbon edge to match the ribbon that was being used on the cake.

One of my favourite things that we created were custom labels for champagne bottles that they were going to give out as thank you’s. The labels were printed on a thick glossy sticker paper and cut out perfectly to the shape of the design. These added a real personal touch and even incorporated a photo of Lisa and Jamie.

It was really lovely working with Lisa and Jamie, designing their stationery and their and I hope they had a fantastic wedding day.




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