Personalised Lake Como Wedding Invitation for a destination wedding at Villa Regina Teodolinda in Italy. Cristina & Chris were after a folded invitation which unfolded like a map and had an antique feel. The invitation was digitally printed on 350gsm white G.F Smith Colorplan paper
Folded wedding invitation for Emily & Samuel and their wedding at That Amazing Place in Essex. Brief was to incorporate the colours grey & yellow around images of them as a couple, which they supplied. The design was digitally printed on 350gsm G.F Smith white colorplan paper.
Passport wedding invite designed and printed for a destination wedding in the Dominican Republic. This was given as a gift to guests who made it out for the wedding as a personal thank you from the couple. A custom stamp for the destination and a unique vector background were created for each page.
Wedding invitations designed and printed for Mr & Mrs Baller. The brief asked for a folded invite with a transparent photo based on an autumn theme. For the reception the theme was from the tv show ‘Friends’. Click here for photos from the Maiya that took place before the wedding day.
Wedding Invitations designed and printed for Mr & Mrs Tyler. The brief asked for a single card design with an Art Deco theme incorporating elements of Mehndi. This was then incorporated into signage for the wedding. Click here to check out the wedding day in full.
Wedding stationery designed and printed for the wedding of Nicola & Dan. An elegant pocketfold wedding invitation with the table plan and table names based on their differing tastes in music.
Wedding Invitations designed and printed for Mr & Mrs Barr. They wanted to get their daughter involved and had the idea of her holding a sign inviting people to the wedding. She was the perfect little model. Click here to check out the wedding day in full.
Wedding stationery designed and printed for the wedding of Mr & Mrs Virdee. This invitation was split into four cards for each function. The design incorporated the Groom’s love of Lord of the Rings while keeping an Indian influence. The same style was used for the signage for the reception.