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Fresh Florals and Sage Green Invitations for a Summer Wedding…


Cottage-garden colours, a custom map and R.S.V.Ps completed this set of informal, contemporary stationery for Abi & Andy’s wedding. Abi and Andy are getting married this summer at the wonderful Deans Court in Dorset – a magnificent 18th Century Country House, complete with walled kitchen garden and rolling lawns. They had in mind something fairly […]

Font Friday: Ten of the best letterpress, stamped and printed fonts for authentic vintage design


As designers we spend a long time trying to make things look authentic, and nothing says ‘authentic print’ like worn, weathered, irregularly-inked type… We don’t all have access to letter-press machines or screen-printing facilities, and the effect can be time-consuming to create digitally from scratch. Fortunately there are many many typefaces that perfectly capture the […]

Swash and Fold Summertime round-up


It may have been a bit quiet on the blog over the past few weeks, but that doesn’t mean things haven’t been all go, with on-the-day stationery for weddings, brochures, invitations and all sorts of other printed bits and pieces. There’s been plenty of web-based activity too, but that’s for another post. In the meantime […]

Vintage-Style Wedding Invitations and an RSVP Website


Ryan & Steph thought a Wedding website would be the ideal way to make it easy for their guests to RSVP and find out more about their day, so we set about creating a fun vintage design that would work equally well online and print. There are plenty of ways you can share information about […]

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Folding Book Invitations for a Literary-Themed Wedding


One of the things I enjoy most about working on bespoke invitation designs is the variety… Everyone has something different in mind for their day, and I love the challenge of carrying that across into print. Laura & Peter’s wedding is taking place deep in Hardy Country, the picturesque corner of Dorset where Thomas Hardy […]