Instagram is key for inspiration, as let’s face it, as wedding professionals, most inspiration is visual. And as the most popular proposal day nears, (Christmas Day if you weren’t in the know) we wanted to fill your Instagram feed with plenty of wedding inspiration for an influx of orders come the New Year. So here are our top 30 curated wedding Instagram accounts full of inspiration for any wedding professional, bride or groom and wedding stationers, to rejoice over.
Kicking us off with a flurry of crisp white images is luxury wedding stationer Abigail Warner, who designs collections for Harrods, Selfridges and John Lewis. Inspired by fashion, travel and living a luxury life, you’ll be enamored with the feminine, bright, metallic and trendy stationery.
If you’re a fan of florals, this is the florist to follow. Winner of Best Florist at the Wedding Magazine & Blog Awards in 2015, Amie Bone specialises in luxury weddings and events across London and Hertfordshire. Their live displays are unbelievable.
Instant inspo for pastel, prettiness and peony lovers, wedding stationer Emma Margaret only launched her business in November and yet she’s already nailed social media. Inspired by making her own wedding stationery, we couldn’t wait to include Emma in our list!
Monochromes with a hint of rose gold and dusty pink, Becky Lord offers graphic design, branding, websites and wedding stationery services. All her designs come with luxe appeal, perfect for aspiring wedding stationers to follow.
We so want one of these in our letterbox! Bloom & Wild deliver beautiful, carefully selected, hand-packed flowers through the door across the UK and Ireland. They also have lots of flower arranging vids that are great colour and composite arrangement guides.
Creative Director Ceci Johnson has been described as a wedding invitation innovator and icon, an expert designer and a woman to watch, by the likes of NY Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar. Her work is loved around the world and it seems nobody can get enough of her foiling.
Jessi Reesman’s Wedding Instagram account casts a spell of calmness. With images of paper, design and a ton of calligraphy, Jessi really conjures up a wonderful online persona that surely transcends into her school of design.
Dorset based Gemma brings her seaside and country location to life in her delicate designs. With adorning flower garlands, lace and creamy parchment, Gemma’s work is of great inspiration for anyone going down the rustic route.
London & Southeast Stationer of the Year at The Wedding Industry Awards, Eagle Eyed Bride offer luxury wedding stationery and creative design. All about unique and contemporary metallic foils, if you’re tapping into the rose gold trend (which is available now at Printed.com), this is the Instagram account to follow.
Award winning stationer Eliza just has that je ne sais quoi with her stunning creations. Her brush lettering ‘Will you be my Maid of Honour’ card is a gorgeous example of her work with colour, as is her Spring Blossom collection. Artistic watercolours fused with traditional stationery in a nutshell.
You can’t go wrong with marble on Insta. e.Y.i Love is ran by husband and wife duo Lorna and Jack, who have a background in fashion working for Alberta Ferretti. These design credentials shine through in their chic and stylish stationery and prints.
All the way from Colorado Springs, we bring you hand-lettering from Ladyfingers Letterpress. With a visionary and playful approach to stationery, wedding stationers will be inspired to think outside the norm and bring a touch of cheekiness to designs.
Ever got lost in calligraphy videos? Creative social stationery studio Lamplighter London offers calligraphy classes as well as paper goods. Founder Chiara is the author of ‘Nib + Ink’, so you know this Insta is going to design dreamy.
Made up of illustrators Willa Gebbie, Emma Block and Miss Magpie, LIL Collective is a trio of talented, professional live-illustrators. Working with the likes of Clinique, Stylist, Liberty and many more, LIL Collective are great at showing the speed of their work, as well as how their designs can adapt to each client.
A rather stunning mix of wedding stationery and paper goods, Caroline’s Instagram exudes a homely, warm and feminine vibe. Little Lights Invites have this ability to balance traditional designs with a modern look.
A beautiful and inspiring wedding blog bursting with love, Love My Dress may be more focused on bridal dresses and accessories, but it is so hot with trends that’ll help keep anyone in the wedding industry ahead of the game. Plus, it’s so pretty!
Rustic and hand-crafted meets pastels, bunting and glitter with Norma & Dorothy. They always seem to have their finger on the pulse when it comes to traditional wedding stationery, as well as nailing that almost done it yourself look. The type of stationery you want to divulge in with a cuppa and a cake basically.
Oh So Beautiful Paper is a leading lifestyle and design blog ran by former diplomat Nole Garey. Featuring entertaining ideas, paper goods, wedding invitations, calligraphy and original cocktail recipes, the Washington DC-based blog believes that stationery is an extension of personal style.
Multi-award winning Lisa Groves designs bright, beautiful and oh-so-chic stationery for weddings, as well as paper goods and graphic design. A stunning balance of contemporary design features and calming colour palettes, you can’t afford not to follow Lisa on Instagram.
A complete leader when it comes to notable notebooks and gregarious greeting cards, Papier offers inspiration for every season and theme and aims to connect people in a more thoughtful way. It’s remarkable to think Papier was only founded in 2015.
Peach Blossom is the perfect place to visit when you need some creative and colourful ideas. Changing the face of parties and celebrations with stylish and modern party decorations, Peach Blossom will make you think of new shapes and arrangements, and help you plan a party!
Calligraphy obessives, look away now if you don’t want to spend the rest of your life trawling through Quill’s Instagram. Utterly addictive stationer and calligraphy workshop holder Quill offers simple beauty and chic inspiration. Also the London shop is amazing.
Think of something a little quirky and different with inspo from Kat Williams, the wedding magazine editor behind Rock N Roll Bride. She’s all about custom-made and bespoke designs, and she also features different stationers on her blog.
Encompassing all aspects of a big day, Ruffled is another wedding blog but this time with a vintage and handmade focus. It’s a great place to look to for old but new ideas and has lots of DIY related projects that you could teach yourself as a new service to offer customers.
Calligrapher Sandra has just launched a series of her first workshops, and we are swooning over her calligraphy videos. She’s also a letterer, designer and stylist, who loves to use unconventional surfaces to write upon, including baubles and even agate slices.
The Italian based creative studio oozes continental appeal and European classiness. Creating independent branding and wedding stationery, the devil is all in the decadent and vintage details here.
Every wedding professional should be following Style Me Pretty, which offers detailed and pretty inspiration for the style conscious across the globe. Offering a glimpse into rustic, chic, traditional and contemporary weddings, there’s plenty of detailed images to catch your eye.
Curating the stylish worlds of home, gift, fashion and craft, Top Drawer is an event at heart, but offers plenty of style inspiration, including some great ways to display your products. Definitely one to follow and to try and attend their events too.
Feeling festival as a theme? Wedfest is the wedding stationer who completely owns this wedding category. With sunset adorned tickets, tribal invites and even wristbands for guests, you can’t get better really.
And to end we had to include beautiful custom-made wedding stationer Jenna from Wonderland Invites. With an oh-so-pretty vibe, Jenna is one never to shy from new ideas, and recently showed her off her bookmark style save-the-dates which also told the story of the couple’s relationship. A true innovator!