Today I wanted to share some more photos I have taken recently of bespoke work. Last year I worked on Claire & Daniel’s bespoke Provence wedding invitations. At the moment I’m working on some reception stationery designs for them so it was lovely to revisit the design. I drew a sketch of their beautiful Provence wedding venue and then incorporated that into their stationery. Adding an olive branch and rose design to create the perfect Provence wedding invitations.
Their invitations came in both English and French versions. I’m always more than happy to do this for client’s. I’ve done lots of invitation suites in the past in various different languages. As long as client’s can send me over the wording in their chosen language. I can then use it to produce proofs in as many languages as they want. I obviously can’t read all these languages so the proofing process becomes even more important! In the past I’ve done invitations in South African, Italian, French, German and Polish for clients.
We’re working on some really pretty reception stationery for Claire & Daniel’s wedding so I hope to share that with you soon.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me, either via the contact form on this website, or by email to email@example.com if you would like a bespoke design. Or if you are interested in having your invitations printed in various languages.
Today I’m sharing another of my bespoke designs. The design for Sammii and Adam was a watercolour wedding invitation in style. Incorporating a hand painted illustration of their gorgeous cat! I met them ( Sammii & Adam that is … not the cat! ) at the Westpoint wedding show in Exeter back in October. They really liked one of my existing designs with its watercolour floral illustrations. They wanted though to incorporate some personal details and their colour scheme of pinks and greens. With one being from Cornwall and the other from Devon I used crossed Devon & Cornish flags on the belly band. I then did a painting of their cat wearing a bow tie sitting in amongst all the flowers they liked. He will be forever known in my head as ‘dapper cat’ as he looked so adorable in the bow tie!
I love creating invitations that are totally personal to the couple and their wedding so this was a fantastic brief to work on and I think the results were really lovely and the invitations were still pretty and elegant as well as fun.
The watercolour wedding invitation was accompanied by a matching rsvp and information card. It was then wrapped in the belly band and came with a crisp white envelope to match the card.
I love working on bespoke designs and am more than happy to adapt an existing design to make it more personal to you. If you take a look at the bespoke page of this website you will see I have a ‘Tailoring Fee’ which can be bought alongside any of the existing ranges. I can then change the colours of any range to suit you. If you also want a watercolour wedding invitation where I hand paint some extra details for you then get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . I can give you a bespoke quote for the work.
I love sharing with you bespoke work that I have done for my clients. Mari-Anne wanted a classic ivory and pink colourscheme with lace for her wedding at Berkeley Castle this year, so I designed some really pretty invitations wrapped in lace and a monogrammed tag to match the theme. The secondary text was done in a very classic gold colour which is also part of their colour scheme.
Day Invitation Packs and evening invitation packs came with a matching RSVP postcard in the dusky pink and an information card in the classic ivory and pink with the lace print I used on all the stationery at the bottom.
Mari-Anne also loved the idea of pre-printed envelopes so all she needed to do was add a stamp and post. I did these on a classic ivory envelope with pink text in a script font.
Please see my bespoke page http://knotsandkisses-co-uk.stackstaging.com/beta/bespoke-stationery-service/ for details on ordering a bespoke design service for your wedding invitations and stationery, and please don’t hesitate to drop me an email for further information to email@example.com.
Gosh can’t believe it’s Monday already! Such a packed weekend!
On Saturday I spent the day visiting a seamstress with one of my best friends to get my bridesmaid’s dress altered for her wedding next March and then visiting one very excited little bridesmaid to try on her dress!
Sunday I spent meeting lots of lovely Brides & Grooms and fantastic wedding industry peeps at the Pentillie Castle Wedding Fair near Plymouth with the fantastic Blue Fizz Events. I’ll be posting lots more photos of the day on Wednesday.
Whilst at the fair lots of couples asked about my bespoke design service and so today I wanted to share with you some of the bespoke work I’ve done for clients in the past.
At Knots & Kisses I love creating a bespoke look unique to your big day. Give me an idea of colours, the look or even a picture that is inspiring your wedding and I can help you pull it all together.
There are 3 different pricing options if you wish to take advantage of my bespoke design service …
I’ve had lots of gorgeous bespoke designs to share with you over the last few weeks as I’ve been working on some really stunning weddings so far this summer.
Today is no exception as I’m delighted to share with you the hand illustrated invitations I created in my Perfect Place style for the lovely Kirsty.
My Perfect Place collection includes a bespoke sketch of your wedding venue or a place which means something special to you as a couple as standard and I was very excited when Kirsty said her venue was a windmill!
I loved drawing this venue and here are the finished invitation designs …
If you would like to order ‘Perfect Place’ for your wedding stationery then you can order samples directly from the website http://knotsandkisses-co-uk.stackstaging.com/beta/aperfectplacecollection.html or just drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To finish on the blog this week I wanted to share with you some bespoke work I’ve done recently for the lovely Mel .. of the Homegrown Bride and Under The Vintage Veil Blogs (incredibly busy girl!).
Mel commissioned me to make a bespoke anniversary card for her friend who got married a year ago and had a vintage floral theme with a maypole! So I drew out a bespoke maypole illustration and layered it up with a ditsy print fabric and came up with the design below …