Category Archives: place cards and table plans

All the fun of the fair

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bunting abunting cThis folded rustic invitation fits into a c6 envelope and is  held together with bakers twine. Hidden between the folds are a wishing well card along with an envelope for the tear off R.S.V.P card, with room for other inclusions.   The envelopes feature a subtle touch of colour with the bunting. The save the date card and menu also feature the bunting design.

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Simply Stunning

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This stunning invitation with its black embossed jacket and embossed flip style invitation wasn’t what Rhea had in mind when she came to see me, however when she saw this design she fell in love with the beautiful embossing to the jacket and the invitation.  By adding embossing to the top of the inside pages added a little something extra along with just a touch of bling!  

little bits and pieces

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It’s the little things that add a finishing touch to a wedding reception and brings everything together. Here are a few different things that can be used to carry a theme through of a fairytale wedding.

Menu’s, place cards,  Order of service booklets all add a finishing touch.

Simply Elegant

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 Ellissa wanted a very Elegant invitation which would reflect the style of her gown.

I’ve used a combination of both smooth card and metallic paper coupled with a  pearl embellishment and  double-sided satin ribbon to give this invitation a truly exquisite look.  The invitation inside is a flip book style.

The embossed theme was carried through in her Seating plan, napkins,  favours / bomboniere, guest book and Table numbers.

She also added some colour along with the deep cream.

A French Influence

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 As the venue for the reception is in a french restaurant, Julie wanted to add a french influence to her black and white invitations.  

The black envelopes with white labels and embossed flaps create a sense of anticipation. The front of  the trifold folder  establishes the formal tone of the event  by using a formal font with a touch of bling.  Once opened the delicate black and white back ground matting creates the french feel Julie was looking for.

I’ve continued the theme through with the place cards, Menu’s and Seating plan using the Chandelier to tie all the pieces together.