My sister got married in July 2015. Her wedding was in Riverdale Barn, Aghagallon, a venue with a beautiful mix of rustic elegance. Her flowers were vintage themed and her decor was shabby chic. I tried to bring all these themes together when designing her stationery.
Photography by The Lou's
I got married on 23rd December 2013. My venue was Belfast Castle and since it was just before Christmas, it was decorated with wreaths, holly, Christmas trees, twinkling lights and candles. I created stationery in silver and red, with elegance and simplicity to suit the Christmas theme.
Photography by The Campbells
Rebecca and Graham’s wedding was held at the beautiful Orange Tree House. To fit in with their wedding theme and venue, they requested bespoke stationery, decorated with beautiful watercolour foliage, accompanied with a casual brush typeface.
Rhianna & Mike got married in July 2018. Rhianna initially wanted some save-the-dates produced. I created a lovely type styling for these based around the theme ‘and’, which was then rolled out throughout the rest of the stationery. When it came to designing the rest of her collateral, she had seen some lovely plant themed invites and she wanted something similar. I kept her invites very simple with a crisp white background, allowing the rich green watercolour illustrations to really stand out.
David and Kerry wanted their floral theme reflected in their invites. The bridesmaids wore pastel shades so I used these colours in their invites.
Anna and Sean's spring wedding was held at Narrow Water Castle. Their aim was to make their wedding day as relaxed and enjoyable as possible. They wanted a very simple but elegant style of stationery to match in colourwise to the bridesmaid dresses.
Tick Tock it's wedding o'clock! Have a look at my New Year's Eve bride's 'Time' themed wedding stationery. I loved designing these invitations with a rotating vintage clock face on the front, which included a quirky illustrated timetable for the guests to follow the celebrations right up to the big midnight kiss!
Alison and Kieran's wedding was held in April on Lusty Beg Island. I've titled their stationery 'Plain Sailing' – uncomplicated, straightforward and simple.
Lisa and Phillip liked Paper Frill's Simple Elegance stationery but they loved the current trend - shabby chic. They asked me to combine both styles which merged together very well.
Heather & Raymond's bespoke stationery was designed in a simplistic style. Their two initials were crafted to connect with a heart shape. They decided to go with Metallic paper. This paper has a gold fleck in it which sparkles when it catches the light. This extra touch gave their stationery a distinctive and memorable quality.
Mikey and Amy are getting married in 2016. They wanted a Save the Date flyer designed using one of their engagement shots. The simple white text contrasted nicely to their colourful photograph.
Conor and Lynsey's stationery was themed Ut Sint Unum, which means 'That they may be one'. Both of their schools featured this phrase as their motto and they wanted it to be the focal point of their stationery. I designed their stationery in a classic style using the colour of the bridesmaids dresses for type and details.