REAL WEDDING // Cassi & Andrew - Music lovers, retro gamers and all round fun timers

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Last season we were lucky enough to work with Cassi and Andrew to create bespoke invitations for their lovely wedding which featured SO many personal touches and activities to keep guests entertained. This fun filled celebration will definitely bring a smile to your face so read on to brighten up your day! Invitation photography by Miss Imagination Photography, wedding day photography by Simon & Maisie Photography.

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Cassi and Andrew asked us to incorporate their love of music into their stationery with these record sleeve shaped wedding invitations; featuring a portrait and their favourite flowers this was such a fun design to create.

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The ceremony took place at St Paul’s Church a community-based church local to the happy couple, after hopping on vintage double decker buses guests partied at the historical Devonport Guildhall. Read on to hear from our bride Cassi’s top tips for wedding planning…

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MAKE IT EASIER TO RELAX… “My advice for wedding planning is getting as much of it done as soon as you’ve booked the venue. Get all the deposits down and make quick decisions. That gives you time leading up to the event to relax as much as possible and work on all the little details. Also if things don’t turn out how you had planned, you’ll be relaxed enough to resolve them.”

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PAY FOR ACTIVITIES GRADUALLY… “We paid for everything slowly, each month as to not feel the total pinch of wedding costs. We thought it was very important for our guests to move around, we had lots of games and things to do/look at around the room.”

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PICK GREAT SUPPLIERS FOR PERSONAL TOUCHES… “The biggest compliment we had repeatedly, was the attention to detail. Everyone really enjoyed all the personal touches added everywhere. We cannot rate our suppliers enough!”

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HUGE thanks to Cassi & Andrew for sharing their wedding day with us!

SUPPLIERS

Photography - Simon & Maisie Photography
Invitations - Dearly Beloved
Decor, games and styling - The Prop Factory, Hire Class and Unique Designs by Tina
Make up artist - Charlotte Albert
Venue - Devonport Guildhall
Wedding cake - Hannah’s Cornish Cakes
Catering - Devon Vintage Ice Cream Van, Column Bakery and St Maurice Bakery
Florist - Rachael’s Flowers
Bridal alterations and Tailoring - Tina’s Tailoring
Wedding transport - Devon Wedding Cars and Abby Classic Bus Hire

Relaxed yet decadent, Art Deco wedding inspiration

We are so excited to finally share these stunning photos from Margo R Photography’s latest styled shoot. This is Great Gatsby but not as you’ve imagined it before; the team created a beautiful look inspired by the classic 1920s styles we know and love but with a relaxed vibe perfect for modern couples.

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Here’s what Margo had to say… “I wanted to create something different and unique, using a style that I love – one that is darker than the classical wedding – yet alternative, elegant & glamourous. So, I moved away from conventional whites, creams, reds and pinks. I chose the colour Gold to have the starring role… associated with… sparkle, glitz and glamour.”

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For couples that want to ditch the ballroom suite in favour of a good old fashioned knees up booking a pub as a wedding reception venue is the perfect choice (and it’s easy on the bank balance too). With just a few details Margo and this team of talented suppliers transformed their favourite local pub, community arts hub Bread and Roses, into a reception venue with vintage charm.

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These navy and gold wedding invitations were originally designed for Laura and James’ wedding day, featuring a gramophone illustration and sleek deco fonts it’s one of our favourite to date. Get in touch to talk about what we could design for your wedding day.

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The gold dress from Missguided is a great alternative for brides who don’t want to splash out on a dress they may never wear again - sequinned, sultry and no less special.

See more from this styled shoot over on the Unconventional Wedding Blog.

SUPPLIERS
Venue: Bread & Roses Pub
Photographer: Margo R Photography  
Model: Roksana Skrabka
Make up artist: Sandra Smolarek
Dress: Missguided
Florist: The Secret Garden Flowers
Cake: Little Lark Cakes
Stationery: Dearly Beloved

Looking for more deco wedding inspiration? Check out our Bright Young Things Pinterest Board

Summer sale at notonthehighstreet.com

To celebrate the sunshine we have joined the summer sale with our partners over at notonthehighstreet.com.

Don't miss out on up to 30% off personalised wedding invitations, illustrated gifts and more.*

Not getting married? Also available for your home...    'Tandem Bike Lovers' Personalised Illustrated Print , for a limited time only £20

Not getting married? Also available for your home... 

'Tandem Bike Lovers' Personalised Illustrated Print, for a limited time only £20

Vintage inspired wedding invitations with style and grace...  See our customised wedding invitations

Vintage inspired wedding invitations with style and grace... See our customised wedding invitations

*Let us know if you are ordering for a special occasion. There's a chance we will be able to get your order to you ahead of schedule :)

REAL WEDDING // Laura & James - A classic Gatsby affair

Laura and James are an awesome couple that we are honoured to know personally; as close friends of the family we were really excited not only to design their stationery but to be invited along to the celebrations too. We thought we would leave it to the bride, the newest Mrs Tarbuck, to tell you more about their beautiful day, and so over to Laura who is today's guest bride blogger.

Enjoy every single moment of the planning and the day because it will fly by.

The highlight of our wedding day has to be the ceremony! The ceremony was my favourite part of the day and the part I remember the most. It felt as though there was no one else in the room and we were so excited to be husband and wife. For us, whilst the reception and celebrations were amazing, it was all about each other and becoming a family.

Art deco inspired invitations, RSVP and information card, see more  here

Art deco inspired invitations, RSVP and information card, see more here

I like to think of myself as creative (don't we all?!) but I couldn't quite get that professional look with my invites. I sent my ideas to Abi and she totally 'got it': the wedding theme, our personalities and the overall first impression we wanted to give with our invites. We were so happy with the designs and Dearly Beloved were so supportive when I was struggling with all the decisions to be made!

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We asked Laura to pass on some pearls of wisdom for all the couples who are knee deep in wedding planning, here are her top tips:

1. Hire a videographer.

The photos, video (and your new hubby/wife!) are all that you have left after the big day. Everyone says that the day goes so quickly and it really does. There are so many things that I had forgotten about that our videographer captured and it was so wonderful watching the video together months later.

2. Do sweat the small stuff!

Contrary to the advice given by previous brides on every wedding blog I have read, I did sweat the small stuff and it paid off. Whilst it is true that you do not care about the minor details on the day, your guests do care and it makes the day more memorable to them. Guests commented on how much they loved all the little thoughtful details.

3. Make a list of photographs to give to your photographer.

Our photographs are so beautiful but there are a few pictures (stolen from magazines) that I wanted to replicate. I bought a cathedral veil hoping to get some beautiful photos of it blowing in the wind but I forgot to tell my photographer!  Moral of the tale - lists, lists, lists!

It's rare that we actually attend any of the weddings that we design for and so it was really wonderful to experience the day that Laura and James' created - You could really tell how much they enjoyed planning special touches for their guests.

Three words to describe their wedding - Gatsby! Fun! Timeless!

Yes, they included vintage touches inspired by Gatsby style manor house parties, but the overall day still really felt like "them" - Which is what it's all about! We loved it!

Photography - David Boyton Photography
Venue - Pendrell Hall, Codsall Wood
Bride's dress - Charlotte Balbier from The Bridal Rooms, Lichfield
Stationery - Dearly Beloved
Florist - Primrose Flower Boutique

We WON! Wedding Styling Product of the Year 2016 - Vintage Movie Wedding Stationery

Last month we were absolutely OVER THE MOON to be awarded a notonthehighstreet.com Make Award for our Vintage Movie wedding stationery. Judged by the top minds at notonthehighstreet.comElle Decoration and Telegraph Connect our design was selected as the Wedding Styling Product of the Year for 2016. We donned our gladrags and headed to the beautiful Sky Garden for the award ceremony!

Sally Bendelow, NOTHS Creative Product Director and one of the judges of the Make Awards chose our design because of the fresh colour scheme and the ability to personalise the invitaions for both same sex and straight couples alike. Here's what she had to say...

"The Vintage Movie Collection of wedding stationery by Dearly Beloved was recognised by the notonthehighstreet.com Make Awards judges for its contemporary look and feel whilst still capturing the classical romance element all couples-to-be are after. We liked that the collection included save the date, RSVP and table cards as well, making it easy for couples as it satisfies all their stationery requirements at once. In particular, the judges were delighted to see on-trend colours being used (rather than cream and gold for example) and commented on its versatility as it is suited to every season and as there is also the opportunity to tailor it to same-sex couples."

Thanks so much for the recognition  notonthehighstreet.com !

Thanks so much for the recognition notonthehighstreet.com!

REAL BRIDE TAKEOVER // Claire & Ollie, Vintage English Riviera Wedding

All wedding day photographs by the talented  Abigail Steed Photography

All wedding day photographs by the talented Abigail Steed Photography

Today real bride Claire is taking over our blog to tell you more about planning their vintage inspired seaside wedding and what made the day so special.

Some guests (cough *parents* cough) were quite sceptical about the idea of a humanist wedding. A non traditional venue. Spending money on design. Spending NO money on cars (I got a taxi). No money on cake (I asked 20 friends to bring a cake). Spending money printing things to hang from the ceiling and a palm tree. It was all a bit backwards for them. But you know what. Everyone LOVED the wedding. Moral of the wedding. Do what makes you happy. If what makes you happy is unique, personal, hand drawn designs. DO IT.

I had thought quite a lot about what my wedding would be like (fun, unique and lots of cake), look like (beautiful, glam and colourful), the sort of shoes I'd wear (blue) and lots of other things you can get carried away with (oh the lost hours spent building dream wedding boards). It wasn't until I met with the florist and I showed her my idea for flowers that this came tumbling down a bit.

The flowers I had carefully selected would all die, were fake, not available at the time of year or not available in Devon (unless I had a private jet to transport them in - I had grand ideas, but maybe not that grand). So I stopped referring to all my wedding boards, wedding magazines (now there's a mine field we do not have time to talk about. Short hand: step away from the white dress book) and I looked at all the people around me were are experts in things that I needed to create a dream wedding. Friends, family, people who have businesses in Devon (some minutes walk from my house) and others that I'd bump into along the way who knew exactly what I was banging on about. This is how I came to ask Abi of Dearly Beloved to help me out.

I knew I needed invitations, a menu, seating plan and all the usual things. But more than that, I knew I wanted someone uber talented, fresh with ideas, great style and with both computer and paint brush illustration techniques to help me make my wedding look like I imagined. Abi doesn't just give you the bits of paper that you need logistically. She breathes life and beauty into the tactile things people touch, keep and hold on to as lasting mementos of your day. When all the Facebook pics have disappeared off the news feed. You can bet your programme of service will be loving treasured in a drawer (or else forgotten, ready to be found and loved again in years to come). Here are some of the things I especially loved about the day and where you can really see Dearly Beloved at the wedding.

Each of the wedding invitations (day and evening) were illustrated with a portrait of Claire & Ollie looking out across Torquay Bay.  Liberty Pearl Photography

Each of the wedding invitations (day and evening) were illustrated with a portrait of Claire & Ollie looking out across Torquay Bay.
Liberty Pearl Photography

Everyone who was invited to the wedding was super special to me and Ollie. However Ollie and I had quite different ideas for ideal number of guests. We comprised by having day guests and evening guests. We really wanted to give folk a beautiful invitation as it was their first glimpse of the wedding. That's when I spoke to Abi about two different invites, to really reflect the experience the guest would have. I so love both. They're still up in my house!
Abi also hand painted their names and other lettering which featured throughout the wedding styling  Liberty Pearl Photography

Abi also hand painted their names and other lettering which featured throughout the wedding styling
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The overall ideas for the wedding fell into these camps: sailing, glamorous English Riviera (in it's 1950s heyday), flowers and colours of (white, grey, various blues, yellow and a purpley-pink < I even had a Pantone chart for all the suppliers with the 8 colours).
It was super important to feel that the wedding had its particular look and feel. Perhaps this is because my day job is marketing, so I know how important 'brand' is to a persons experience. Brand is not a logo. It's design, colour, the formality or informality of the words, the way the staff at the reception greet guests, it's everything. Everything came back to: sailing, glam, English Riviera, 8 colours.

I had imagined my bridesmaids being topped by oversized flower head hats. Along comes Rivka of Rivka Jacobs Millinery. She made all the hats for me, mum, sister and bridesmaids.

Claire &amp; Olli'es Order of Service booklets  Abigail Steed Photography

Claire & Olli'es Order of Service booklets
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Using the seaside theme we created hanging mobiles that were used to decorate the reception space and dancefloor  Abigail Steed Photography

Using the seaside theme we created hanging mobiles that were used to decorate the reception space and dancefloor
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We wanted to keep the wedding menu clean and sophisticated for Claire and Ollie, yet still in line with the rest of the wedding stationery,&nbsp;and so we incorporated the palm tree painting but this time in a classy white silhouette  Abigail Steed Photography

We wanted to keep the wedding menu clean and sophisticated for Claire and Ollie, yet still in line with the rest of the wedding stationery, and so we incorporated the palm tree painting but this time in a classy white silhouette
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What happens when you know exactly what you'd like to wear to your wedding, but traditional wedding dress shops have no clue what you're talking about? You draw your dress and find someone who can make it for you! Que Lesley of Feathers of Isca. I loved my dress. Best thing - it's now two dresses I can wear again! 

The day was a celebration of creativity and all the things Ollie and I love best (including each other). When else do you get to spend a crazy amount of money on things like a beer boat, flower hats and paintings of clouds?!

We just loved working with Claire and Ollie, they had a real vision for the feel they wanted to create on their wedding day. It's (more often than not) coming from a place of love when family and friends are a little sceptical of your ideas but they stuck to their guns and we know you'll agree that it was a BEAUTIFUL celebration, what an inspiration!

REAL BRIDE TAKEOVER // A vintage newspaper wedding

Today we hear from Jayne Freer our real bride, PR guru and now Dearly Beloved guest blogger, read on to hear how she found planning her glamorous, newspaper inspired wedding day.

Photograph by  Paul Slater

Photograph by Paul Slater

Guest wedding blogger Jayne Freer works as a PR Consultant in Devon helping small businesses promote their brand through media exposure whether it be digital, in print, TV, radio or through social media channels.

"Planning and organising your wedding is an exciting time of your life, but can also be very time consuming and stressful. One minute your partner is down on one knee, the next you’re buried waist-high in piles of cuttings from bridal magazines, juggling ideas for themes, creating colourful online mood boards, and wondering ‘Do I really have enough time to plan it all to perfection?’

Dearly Beloved  designed a newspaper style header which featured across the bespoke stationery including the table plan.&nbsp;Photograph by   Paul Slater

Dearly Beloved designed a newspaper style header which featured across the bespoke stationery including the table plan. Photograph by Paul Slater

As a journalist my entire working life has revolved around being organised and working to strict deadlines. It was no different in planning our big day. When it came to finding wedding service providers a crucial element was finding people that were as organised as me, and that I could trust to deliver the goods on time.

It was also essential for us to use as many regional suppliers as possible to ensure the cash we were splashing (and trust me, it was a lot) supported some of the fabulous local businesses we have in the South West.

Venue -  Glazebrook House Hotel , South Brent

Venue - Glazebrook House Hotel, South Brent

With so many stunning locations and potential wedding venues to choose from in the Westcountry, we were spoilt for choice. We opted for the eight-bedroomed Glazebrook House Hotel in South Brent. Behind the quintessentially English facade lies an interior that is an artistic triumph. It was its quirky British vintage vibe and restaurant headed up by Michelin-starred chef and former Masterchef winner Anton Piotrowski, that won us over.

So with venue booked it was time to piece together the rest of the day, from wedding dress and accessories, to cake, flowers and stationery, it was full steam ahead.

Jewelled headdress created by  Kye Tew Jewellery. &nbsp;Photograph by   Paul Slater

Jewelled headdress created by Kye Tew Jewellery. Photograph by Paul Slater

I am delighted to say that the small, local businesses I found to help me pull together the remaining elements of our wedding were professional to the core. They included Kye Tew Jewellery of Exeter who handmade my gorgeous vintage bridal headpiece and back necklace, talented cake maker Laura, of Sugar Mamas Cakery in Tavistock, who raved about my rather unconventional but funky three-tiered cube cake complete with flakes of gold leaf, and Honors Flowers who put together stunning bouquets for my bridal party.

Each table was decorated with vintage newspaper style menus and table names, books and polaroid snaps of guests.&nbsp; Photograph by   Paul Slater

Each table was decorated with vintage newspaper style menus and table names, books and polaroid snaps of guests. Photograph by Paul Slater

To help us relive the memories of our fabulous day in months and years to come, we chose the visionary eye of Paul Slater Images Ltd (a former newspaper photographer colleague of ours) to take the pictures along with ex-Royal Marine Sean Clee as a our videographer. Both captured our day perfectly and exactly to our specification.

To add the finishing touches to our vintage newspaper-themed wedding (my husband also a journalist) we needed someone with a creative eye to design our stationery.

Table names by  Dearly Beloved .&nbsp; Photograph by   Paul Slater

Table names by Dearly BelovedPhotograph by Paul Slater

It was then I discovered Abi & Ben of Dearly Beloved in Plymouth. From the outset she was genuinely thrilled to take our rather unusual brief and get cracking in creating a uniform style for all our invites, menus, table plan and Orders of Service.

"We had so much fun working with Jayne &amp; Bill. To include their journalism background they embraced their love of words with a series of quotes about love and life which featured on invitations, order of service booklets, menus and table plan." Abi &amp; Ben,  Dearly Beloved

"We had so much fun working with Jayne & Bill. To include their journalism background they embraced their love of words with a series of quotes about love and life which featured on invitations, order of service booklets, menus and table plan." Abi & Ben, Dearly Beloved

Nothing was too much trouble and any tweaks we needed were instantly done and together we came up with something quite unique that our guests absolutely adored.

Looking back over the last 12 months of planning our big day I can honestly say I’ve worked with some of the most experienced and professional people here in the Westcountry. Who needs to look elsewhere which such talent on our doorsteps?"

Huge thanks to Jayne for sharing her story; personalised wedding's like Jayne and Bill's are what we at Dearly Beloved are all about.  Get in touch to talk about how we can create a bespoke look for your wedding celebration.

If you need help promoting your business contact Jayne on jaynefreerpr@gmail.com or log on to www.jaynefreerpr.co.uk

1960s Vogue inspired styled shoot // BESPOKE BRIDE GUIDE

The fabulous Harris twins from Bespoke Bride Guide invited us to share our Devonport Guildhall Collection in this 1960s Vogue inspired styled shoot!

We love this nail art inspired by  Lawrence West's Glassware &nbsp; and created by the glamorous ladies at &nbsp; La Beau Boutique . Photo by  Liberty Pearl

We love this nail art inspired by Lawrence West's Glassware  and created by the glamorous ladies at  La Beau Boutique. Photo by Liberty Pearl

Stunning jewels from  Drakes  alongside our stylish  invitation  design. Photo by  Liberty Pearl

Stunning jewels from Drakes alongside our stylish invitation design. Photo by Liberty Pearl

Influenced by vintage Vogue photographs and the iconic backdrop of the Devonport Guildhall, The Bespoke Bride Guide curated a look fit for any mod inspired elopement. With a pastel colour palette, circular motifs, slim silhouettes and a whole lot of fun BBG created this chic 1960s style. 

The Twiggy look was completed with make up by  Oksana &nbsp;and hair by  Gemma Clarke . Bouquet by the talented folk at  Secret Garden Flowers . Photo by  Liberty Pearl

The Twiggy look was completed with make up by Oksana and hair by Gemma Clarke. Bouquet by the talented folk at Secret Garden Flowers. Photo by Liberty Pearl

Photo by  Margo R

Photo by Margo R

Photo by  Liberty Pearl

Photo by Liberty Pearl

Photo by  Margo R

Photo by Margo R

Photo by  Liberty Pearl

Photo by Liberty Pearl

No 60s do would be complete without an original Mini, provided by  Groom2wedding &nbsp;Photo by  Margo R

No 60s do would be complete without an original Mini, provided by Groom2wedding Photo by Margo R

Beehives, minis and Twiggy - style makeup - What's not to love? We're swooning over this cool inspiration for an intimate retro ceremony.

Photo by  Liberty Pearl

Photo by Liberty Pearl

Cocktail connoisseur's  Tigermilk  were on hand to provide the ultimate retro cocktails including the Classic Martini. If you are ever in Plymouth head down to their underground speakeasy bar, nestled below the Duke of Cornwall Hotel it's a great night spot, you might even see some of  Abi's illustrations &nbsp;up on their walls :)&nbsp;(but ssh! don't tell them we told you it was there!) Photo by  Margo R

Cocktail connoisseur's Tigermilk were on hand to provide the ultimate retro cocktails including the Classic Martini. If you are ever in Plymouth head down to their underground speakeasy bar, nestled below the Duke of Cornwall Hotel it's a great night spot, you might even see some of Abi's illustrations up on their walls :) (but ssh! don't tell them we told you it was there!) Photo by Margo R

The beautiful tea dress style wedding gowns and accessories were from  Te Amo Bride . Photo by  Margo R

The beautiful tea dress style wedding gowns and accessories were from Te Amo Bride. Photo by Margo R

We're in love with  The Little Lark 's wedding cake design, a pretty yet sophisticated nod to the era. Photo by  Liberty Pearl

We're in love with The Little Lark's wedding cake design, a pretty yet sophisticated nod to the era. Photo by Liberty Pearl

Get in touch  to celebrate your wedding with our  Devonport Guildhall wedding stationery &nbsp;-  hello@dearlybeloveddesign.co.uk . With designs for Save the Dates, invitations, RSVP cards, place settings, menus and table numbers this exclusive collection is perfect for couples tying the knot at this modern city venue. Photo by  Liberty Pearl

Get in touch to celebrate your wedding with our Devonport Guildhall wedding stationery - hello@dearlybeloveddesign.co.uk. With designs for Save the Dates, invitations, RSVP cards, place settings, menus and table numbers this exclusive collection is perfect for couples tying the knot at this modern city venue. Photo by Liberty Pearl

Huge thanks to all the talented folk who made this shoot come together! See more over here over on The Bespoke Bride Guide blog!

Stationery by here us at Dearly Beloved
Location - Devonport Guildhall, Plymouth, Devon, UK
Photography - Liberty Pearl Photography and Margo R Photography  
Models - Ben & Emily, contact Bespoke Bride Guide for details
Hair - Gemma Clarke
Make up - Oksana Beauty Salon
Nails - La Beau Nail Boutique
Flowers - Secret Garden Flower Company 
Cake - The Little Lark Cake Company
Decor - Stargazey Wedding Decor Hire
Vintage tablecloths - Cybel’s Vintage Hire
Bride's bridal dresses & accessories - Te Amo Bride
Bride's boho dresses-  Next  and Topshop
Groom's clothing - Pretty Green, Kenneth Cole and Pretty Little Treats
Confetti - Cornish Gardens Confetti Company
Glassware - Lawrence West
Jewellery - Drakes
Cocktails - Tigermilk Events
Car, original white Mini - Groom2wedding 

Dearly Beloved for Papier

What an awesome start to the new month! We've partnered up with personalised stationery gurus Papier to help them in fulfilling their mission - To inspire people to connect with each other in a more thoughtful way and more often

You can now customise our stationery designs yourself on the  Papier website

You can now customise our stationery designs yourself on the Papier website

Head over to www.papier.com/designers/dearly-beloved to see more of our collaboration! 

NEW COLLECTION // Vintage Movie inspired wedding collection

You can now celebrate your wedding in style with our brand new Vintage Movie Wedding Stationery Collection. We have been busy creating this illustrated invitations set especially for you awesome couples.

Want to know how we came up with the collection? 

For even more wedding inspiration and the links to our moodboard images check our our  Vintage Movie Pinterest board

For even more wedding inspiration and the links to our moodboard images check our our Vintage Movie Pinterest board

This, our latest design in the Dearly Beloved collections, was so much fun to create! We wanted to design an invitation set that had all the classic romance of an old fashioned film but with a modern graphic twist.

Love the design but have a different colour scheme? No problem? Just get in touch and talk to us about your wedding celebration! 

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Shop the Dearly Beloved Collections to purchase your wedding invitations today!