I am soooooo excited to be mentioned in this month’s edition of You & Your Wedding Magazine!
I knew that it MIGHT be happening, but I expected a tiny little name mention at the end of the article. I DID NOT expect to be mentioned as part of ‘The Dream Team’ and to have a photo of my Indian Wedding Programme included. Hazzah!
I bought copies and copies of this magazine when I was getting married, I love just looking at the beautiful pictures. To be mentioned in the magazine is just amazing.
Big thanks goes to Rav and Roz for having such a beautiful wedding and for including letting me be a part of the planning.
It has been soooo long since I have posted anything on any social media platform, what with Christmas and being super busy working on new projects.
So let’s rectify this and start off with a recent wedding project.
This lovely couple are in love with the vintage era, the Groom-to-be is in the RAF, and they wanted their invitations to reflect this.
This is the final result. I am absolutely in love with them!
I’m a little behind as I have only just seen that these cute little invitations have been listed amongst the top 10 Coolest Chalkboard Invitations by Versa Chalk (better late than never hey?!).
I get so excited when I see my work being noticed by others. This has made my mundane, wet Thursday so much better. Thank you!
Check out the article here: VersaChalk – Top 10 Coolest Chalkboard Invitations
Helen at Mrs K Designs provided us with gorgeous bespoke stationery including menus, table plan and table names.
I’ve mentioned this wedding in a previous blog post (so beautiful), but I have to mention it again now. I am so honoured to have been featured in an article written on Rock My Wedding’s website. It may only be a little mention, but everything counts right? Plus I’m listed as a supplier. I love the feeling of being a little bit famous.
Have a read, it’s really interesting to read about a wedding from the bride’s perspective, plus it’s a fantastic website: Jade and Steve’s Wedding.
Helen designed this order of service for my wedding!
I’ve mentioned previously that the Indian Wedding Order of Service is by far my most popular item. The problem is, when you have an item that you think is selling well, you let it sit stagnant, just revelling in the success. Sometimes though you need to give it a revamp, let your customers know that you’re still developing ideas; ideas that will benefit them and their occasion.
The new programme is very similar to the old one, but now it’s smaller. A single A5 page printed on both sides. It’s cheaper for you and less to read for your guests.
Check it out here on my Etsy page
Art Deco has definitely been a big wedding trend this year, I have had a lot of clients asking for it. I absolutely love this design, so elegant and striking, and so much fun to design. Here are a few photos from a gorgeous wedding that took place in Ireland this year.
If you are interested in ordering these for your wedding, please visit my Etsy Store >
I absolutely LOVE seeing my work in action. You spend so long working with a client, hearing all about their big day, that you actually start to feel part of their wedding (and sometimes you feel a bit gutted that you’re not actually there to enjoy it). So when you receive photos showing your work it makes everything worth it! x