“Gold! Always believe in your soul!” The sun may not be shining, but our new foiling services sure is!
While we’ve been busy getting the golden touch this week, our customers have also been shining stars with their own creations. Check them out here…
Joanne’s coral and navy wedding stationery set caught our eye with the elegant colour palette and delicate floral illustrations. Based in Manchester, Joanne specialises in hand drawn illustrated products including greeting cards, mugs and pocket mirrors. Her exceptional eye for detail is incredible.
Brighton based bespoke wedding stationer Vicky Perry is such an inspirational Instagrammer. With a degree in graphic design, Vicky has been bust working on global e-commerce websites to small one off print jobs. She’s now offering beautiful and engaging wedding stationery to couples, with an affordable price tag.
Going from romantic to slightly off-the-wall now with Smudged Ink’s new range of rather blunt Valentine’s Day cards. We’ve picked the most PC card to feature here, but visit their Instagram for some more offensive cards for that special person in your life.
Glasgow based graphic designer, wedding and event stationer Fiona Gauld is back with some gorgeous bespoke wedding invitations for the new year. This spring inspired invite has got us thinking of all those garden parties to come thanks to its beautiful bunting.
How stunning is Ali Pye’s work? These postcards are the perfect mix of simple and bright with a bit of cuteness thrown in. With a long list of illustrating stories for some big boy publishers, London-based illustrator Ali is a talent we are privileged to have as a customer.
Scottish needlefelt artist Alison Rumbles also is a dab hand at painting and illustrating. So when her nephew’s impending nuptials were coming up, she designed and printed these exclusive wedding invites. Auntie Alison – your nephew is a lucky man!
These thank you cards are pretty smart, especially when there’s a lovely lipbalm in the middle of them! Elham is the face behind Ellustrate, and quit her career to pursue her interest in the creative design industry and finally launched her own business. She’s also a big cat lover – Elham we are with you there.
Based in the heart of Edinburgh, Kathryn loves nothing more than creating beautiful, bespoke wedding stationery that makes people smile. These medieval themed invites and place cards are the perfect mix of quirky and traditional.
Newcastle based designer Rebecca Millican has a serious passion for creating, whether that be graphics, product design, photography and even decorating cakes. We love her sunflower garland invites, and we’re sure her customers are feeling sunny too!
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!