My bespoke wedding stationery illustrations are designed around the single most important reason for a wedding – two lovely people who have been thrown together by fate, circumstance or encouragement, are getting married.
The illustrated invitation can tell the story of a meeting, a life together or a proposal, and those events that have lead to the happy day. It doesn’t have to tell the story though – it can include details of your happy wedding day itself, or just include the things you love best.
How does it work?
Every illustration is designed from scratch and based on a questionnaire I send you to complete before the beginning of the design process. The questionnaire covers everything, from styles you particularly like, the practical details you need your guests to know, to your story or other images you’d like to be included. You can also let me know what pieces of stationery you need at this point, including invitations, RSVP cards and Save the Date cards, but we can organise On The Day Stationery at a later date, if necessary.
When you have paid and completed and returned the questionnaire, I provide you with a design timetable, so you know what to expect and when, and so you can schedule the time you need to look at your design and provide feedback for change. You will have several chances to give comprehensive feedback on your design .
When you have signed off on your design, and need no more edits, and are hopefully head over heels in love with it, you can either take it away and have it printed, or I can pop round the corner to my local printer and ask him to do that for you.
If you need it, then I can design On the Day stationery – Orders of Service, Menus, Table Plans, Place Cards, Table Names and Thank You Cards – to coordinate with your invitation. This is a lovely way of styling your wedding and really making use of the bespoke design I have created for you.
If you have any questions about the process, prices, or samples, then please do get in touch. I love getting messages – finding out about more happily engaged people is pretty much fantastic.