The flowers are in full bloom at this Summer wedding and the bride’s talents on full display. With acrylic wedding signs, vellum confetti cones and divine stationery suites decorating Middleton Lodge’s Estate beautifully. There are also homemade cakes with intricate designs and pretty floral displays arranged by a friend. The personal touches and DIY elements are endless, with the emotion and beauty equally infinite. What a treat.
Recommended supplier Jenna from Wonderland Invites sure knows how to organise a shoot. Together with Elena Popa they have brought to life some amazing industrial boho wedding inspiration at The Winding House venue in Dover. Formerly a Victorian coal mining building, it’s high ceilings and ornate windows lend its self well to the beautiful boho wedding styling. The decor includes an incredible pampas grass installation, ink wells filled with dried flowers and taper candles, plus Jenna’s stunning stationery designs. Taking centre stage amongst it all is the brides oyster satin wedding dress and the grooms wool suit.
Go bold or go home certainly springs to mind and epitomises this Living Coral inspiration by Aurora Grey and team. WOWing me into a frenzy with its bright flowers, statement stationery and fabulous details. If you need a pick me up on this grey day, you’ve certainly come to the right place. Enjoy!
You’ve chosen a date. You’ve booked your venue. Excitement levels are HIGH. Now feels like the time to start spreading the news far and wide about when the big day will be. You may choose to do this by chatting with your intended guests. Or, you may choose to do this with the first little piece of your wedding stationery. Sending out a physical save the date is a great way to not only help your guests remember to pop the date on the calendar, but it also helps to set the tone for the upcoming celebrations. Are you wondering when to send save the dates? Or do you just fancy some stunning stationery inspiration? Well, keep reading because we’ve got you covered.
The beautiful, transparent acrylic wedding trend has been slowly gracing our pages for a while now, but we think it’s high time it was catapulted into weddings everywhere in 2019. From table plans and signs, right through to name place settings, menu cards and even invitations, it quite happily takes on many guises. We love to see it etched or adorned with beautifully written calligraphy, and whether your wedding is ultra-modern, traditional or rustic there’s a place for this versatile wedding decor amongst it. Our handpicked supplier directory, The List, is filled with every supplier type you will need to set your acrylic dreams alight, so let us take a look at these inspirational ideas from our Stationers and Planners & Stylists to inspire your own use of acrylic, perspex and lucite details.
Who doesn’t love a beautiful crafted, hand written sign? We’re signage obsessed here at RMW and love how they can bring together your wedding styling beautifully. Use the same font as your wedding stationery, tie in your colour scheme and the final result will be cohesive, gorgeous and super stylish.
Use signs to tell you guests what’s going on, where to go when and what they will be eating. Our favourite ideas include the ‘unplugged ceremony’ sign – where guests are told to put those pesky phones away during the ceremony, and the dance floor rules post as seen in the Rock My Wedding book, Your Day Your Way. For more ideas we love, read on…
If thick paper, foiling, hand written notes and ribbon make you swoon, then this feature is for you. We’re celebrating paper goods today and let me tell you, when it comes to weddings the world really is your oyster. The creativity of stationers knows no bounds and I’m constantly blown away by how gorgeous their designs are.
Yet for some, there’s a misconception that wedding stationery is overpriced and a waste of money. No no no, my friends – this couldn’t be further from the truth. So, let’s bust some of those stationery myths, explain the costs behind the design and print process and celebrate the joy of receiving a beautiful wedding invitation through the post…
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.
January is such a great month for getting stuck into wedding planning. Filling those long dark nights with lots of wedmin is the perfect remedy for post Christmas blues. And gorgeous stationery is definitely something lovely to think about. Today we’re introducing you to the lovely Nat at Nat’s Paper Studio. Nat has a background in graphic design, but was being constantly asked to create stationery for friends and family so the transition was a natural one! We can see why – Nat’s designs are stylish and contemporary and perfect for today’s modern bride, who wants her wedding to be a reflection of her and her partner’s personal style. Want to see more of Nat’s work and hear all about her business? I thought so, let’s take a look…