BUDGET £37.5 – 40K
Mastering Calligraphy is on that virtual list, emblazoned on the brain of things to conquer in life. Dreams of having beautiful written Christmas cards and correspondence. The reality is, it’s really hard and takes time, practice and dedication to get remotely good at the art. Thankfully our exclusive wedding directory, The List has some amazingly clever folk who have done the hard work for us.
The sun is shining and the gorgeous serene and tranquil styling by D’amour et de deco of this inspiration shoot is washing over me and putting me in a rather jolly mood indeed.
The dreamy French Riviera location is mind blowing and the exquisite foliage decor only enhances its natural beauty. Plus the fashion is to die for. Simple clean lines, incredibly elegant and stylish to boot.
I literally can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon then pouring of this dreamy set of images by Purewhite Photography. So sit back, relax and get ready for pure escapism and pretty.
Pretty paper goods make us really happy. Opening a beautifully designed hand-written card, writing on the first page of a brand new note pad, wrapping a carefully chosen present in crisp, thick wrapping paper – I don’t know what it is, but it’s just so satisfying! So when it comes to wedding stationery, an aspect of the big day that starts months and months before the big day itself – we get really, really excited.
We’ve loved the designs from Berin Made for a long time. They’ve been on our handpicked recommended suppliers list, The Love Lust List, since the beginning, we’ve seen them grow as a company, develop their product lines and start to be stocked at some the of UK’s biggest retailers (hello Oliver Bonas…) They also donate 10% of profits on wedding stationery orders to charity, something they don’t shout about either. Erin’s work is the perfect combination of fun design, excellent quality and total professionalism, with a large twist of loveliness thrown in for good measure.
Today we’re sharing their 2016 Ready-to-go collection, which encapsulates the spirit of their signature style (bold prints, bright colours and strong typography) but with an on-trend range of four designs – Tropical palms, Wildflowers, Orchids and Modern fairytale. Erin has also provided us with some top tips for things to consider when ordering your stationery – it’s a great read and there are lots of things I hadn’t even realised would be an issue! If you’re in the process of choosing your wedding stationery at the moment, this is a must-read.