I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed the unexpected glorious sunshine. I headed off to Torquay on Saturday and spent a wonderful day walking round the harbour and town and had an amazing lunch at the fantastic Harbour Kitchen which I thoroughly recommend! Sunday was also pretty great day spent in the kitchen with my lovely other half – him baking carrot cake and me making a big Sunday Roast.
Back to work today and after the relaunch of the website and having all of my new and existing ranges re-photographed by the amazing Clare Kinchin Photography I wanted to start sharing with you some of the photographs which were taken of the ‘older’ ranges on the website. I was so pleased with how myself and Clare managed to ‘breathe some life’ back into the ranges which I designed a few years ago. Often when designing its all about the new and, although clients still liked them, I find myself getting tired of things I have designed a while back so it was fantastic to ‘reimagine’ those ranges and get excited about them again … remembering why I loved them in the first place!
So over the next few weeks and months I’m going to take some time on the blog to share the new photographs of an older range and along side that create a brand new moodboard with you – giving you an up to date look on how that range of stationery can be styled with your wedding.
Today I’m looking at my Sketch range in the Butterfly Print which are modern botanical wedding invitations in a neutral colour scheme and you can order from the website at http://knotsandkisses-co-uk.stackstaging.com/beta/product-category/vintage-collection/sketch-butterfly/
The moodboard I’ve created for Sketch is based on the fact that my original vision for the range was to be something which combined the botanical and rustic but with a clean modern look, so there are elements of ferns and twine but also some clean lines and plenty of crisp white linen mixed in.