Friday, 27 January 2012

1930s Romantic Wedding - Wedding stationary

As mentioned earlier on our blog here are the details that inspired this 1930s Romantic Wedding
and the stationary that flowed throughout the day.

The Bride's choice of colours we're a vintage rust and stunning slate grey which were picked
out gently though ribbon on the guests napkins and personalised Thank you boxes. 

But first here are a few bridal details that inspired the design.

The theme for the invites was to capture the elegance of vintage typography. We teamed this up 
withink drawn illustrations for the Map and Info card.

We also hand made and stitched matching ceremony books for the Church. 
We were told that even the priest asked for a copy to keep.

For the seating plan we continued the romantic typographic theme. By taking each of the 
characters of the Bride and Grooms and names which turned out to be the same amount as the 
tables they had for guests. Each table was given a letter with a quote that began with it.

Other details were name tags and cute little Thank you boxes filled with macaroons. 
A splash of colour in the ribbons were used to pick out the Bridesmaid dresses. 
Other stationary consisted of matching menus and thank you charity cards were put in 
every guests place and other fun details such as a Just Married sign.