It’s invitation time, everyone! Every January I get so many enquiries about envelope and invitation calligraphy: I know you’re all hunting for those perfect invites to set the scene for your day, so here’s a little help in your search!
Hi there! Here’s another little discovery for all of you wedding blog paper lovers out there. Amoretti have an online wedding invitation shop as well as a retail outlet in London where they showcase their gorgeous die cut wedding invites. Do have a look if you can!
If you’re looking for wedding invitation designers please also check out the supplier pages on English Wedding Blog. You’ll find our favourite designers, ideas and photos there to inspire you! Enjoy! Claire xxx
From my first days reading the top US wedding blogs I’ve always loved Hello!Lucky for their unique wedding invites so it’s a real pleasure to welcome them as the latest sponsor of English Wedding Blog.
Unique wedding invites from Hello!Lucky in the UK
Hello!Lucky are a speciality letterpress printer and design studio and have been creating wedding invitations and more since 2003. They’re based in the US and the UK, and sell their fabulous bespoke invites worldwide.
Sisters Eunice and Sabrina, who founded Hello!Lucky in 2003, have had their work published and showcased in dozens of magazines and blogs in the US and UK, including Martha Stewart Weddings, Brides, You & Your Wedding and Perfect Wedding …as well as all the best blogs on both sides of the pond!!
It’s an absolute joy to welcome Hello!Lucky as sponsors of English Wedding Blog. As with every blog sponsor you can now view a dedicated page all about the brand here: Hello!Lucky on English Wedding as well as seeing more of their fabulously unique wedding invites on the blog.
Hello! Thank you for popping by this morning… I have something rather rare and special to share with you today. Nathan from Artemis Stationery designs the kind of wedding invitations which will make you gasp: they’re exquisitely detailed, beautifully intricate and contemporary.
Unique wedding invitations by Artemis Stationery
Nathan and I share a story too… one of my earliest calligraphy-related memories is of writing my homework in my best friend Sarah’s handwriting at school. I got in trouble. On the Artemis Stationery website Nathan mentions getting in trouble “for drawing everyone else’s rabbits after we had to write a short story about rabbits” at school. A man after my own heart! This is how all the best wedding suppliers start out, don’t you know!
So I’ve chosen a few of my favourite designs from Artemis Stationery to show you today. Do click through to the official website where there are many more, as well as insights into the design process and how to order.