May 17, 2017

5 Wedding Stationery Bosses

I don't know about you but I'm a bit of a stationery geek, and by 'a bit' I mean I'm a notebook hoarding, pen pushing, paper sniffing addict. So when it came to narrowing down 5 designers who are totally bossing the wedding stationery game, it was difficult. In London we are spoilt with an influx of talented artists, illustrators and graphic designers producing some of the most interesting and unique save the date's, invites and menus out there.

Below I've rounded up a few of the designers whose website's and instagram pages made me stop, swoon and honestly wonder how anyone could be truly happy to simply bcc their guest list with their dates, times and dress code!

Mimolo Designs, South West London
Jemima O'Lone is not only the queen of botanical illustration, she also bakes! Her cakes and stationery feature dainty yet modern botanical prints and patterns, all hand drawn and all ridiculously cute. Her green finger are truly unique, who else could make (or even dream up) a four tier cactus wedding cake? 

Paper Knots, London
Yes, yes yes! The Skye collection by Paper Knots is something to get excited about. The gorgeous blush toned, marble and rose-gold collection was designed by Creative Director Lisa Butler for her own wedding and we are so glad she shared Th.e marble feature paper includes an illustrated map and is handmade entirely by paper folding, sealed with a rose-gold thread and monogram sticker. Who knew paper could be so sexy?

Pale Press London, South London 
Pale Press London are just super cool. I love how Ashley, founder & self-taught calligrapher, uses a mix of hand drawn calligraphy and illustrations but manages to keep each bespoke design fresh and modern. These invites deserve to be hung in a frame and cherished for years.

Lola & Blush, East London 
After creating invites for a close friend Rebecca launched Lola & Blush and she has been busy designing bespoke stationery pieces to fit the taste of each of her clients. I absolutely love the colour palette and octagonal cut of this modern stationery set, the perfect theme to carry through your wedding. 

Our lovely Emma isn't based in London but this hand drawn ode to London wedding wedding invite had to be included! Emma specialises in bespoke illustrated wedding stationery, which means each of her clients are able to fully display their personalities and maybe even include a few sneak peaks for the big day! She describes her style as modern vintage, and she nails it!


  1. Lovely post! Thanks for sharing, love the shots and content!

  2. Love the wedding stationary stuff. All this is very pretty. At some local LA event venues we got engaged recently and we had decided to create handmade invitations for the party. We did a lot of research and found many ideas for our special day invitations.

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