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Friday’s Favourites

Customers are getting into the spring of things, with plenty of bright and beautiful creations putting a smile on our faces. Featuring business cards, greeting cards, wedding stationery and more; get your fresh design fix here!

 

Business cards by Something Borrowed Venue Styling

Kicking us off is Abigail Lee’s fresh and bright business cards. Using a paper stock with a slight shimmer, Abi said our printing was of ‘superior quality’! We can’t wait to see Abi’s business ventures over this year – a newly established venue styling company based in West Sussex, Abi is on the lookout for couple’s in need of chair covers, table decorations and venue transformations!

 

Greeting cards by Nutmeg and Arlo

Calories don’t count on a Friday right? We sure hope not after dreaming of this delicious doughnut accompanied by a very happy looking flamingo. Elle, the brains behind the cute enamel pins and stationery, is into animals, babies, packaging and basically anything cute. Her work is guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face.

 

Thank you cards by Daphne Rosa

If you like a good Instagram session, Kate Hansord’s pictures will be right up your street. Daphne Rosa is a wonderful handmade accessories business, specialising in fabric flowers, which are perfect for weddings and for the home. Our little thank you notes join Kate’s gorgeous fabric card wallets which she packages off to clients.

 

Wedding stationery by Caledonian Cowgirl

Award winning Glasgow-based wedding and event stationer Fiona Gauld has been showing off one of her most popular invitation suites, called ‘Barn Dance’. The tartan border can be customised to suit the wedding theme – you can’t get more Scottish can you! The perfect highland fling!

 

Wedding invitations by Little Lights Invites

Bespoke, affordable and handmade wedding stationery across London and the southeast is what Caroline does best. She’s made the most of our recent addition, save the dates in bookmark format, and created these beautiful photo booth style wedding invites. There’s also some great finishing touches here with the mini red heart and twine.

 

Wedding stationery by Pink Polar

Fans of twinkly and sparkly will love the latest invites by Pink Polar, a wedding and special occasion stationer from Yorkshire. With 20 years’ of graphic design experience, Jo and Michael sure know a thing or two about design. Their company is named after their beautiful white collie Bonny, who was rescued from the RSPCA, and who resembles a little baby polar bear.

 

Wedding stationery by Sense of Ridiculous

 

Pixar and cat lover Amanda shared this gorgeous wedding stationery suite featuring a stunning map of the venue and some beautifully coloured envelope liners! Amanda is also chief painter of Studio Scribbles; a paint your own pottery studio in Newmarket.

 

Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!

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Emma-Lee’s the resident wordsmith and Content Editor, well versed in all things grammar. If she’s not clattering away at her keyboard, you’ll find her hitting the asphalt – or putting her extensive Eurovision knowledge to the test at the local pub quiz.

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6 comments on “Friday’s Favourites

  1. Yusuf on

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