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There’s a bit of a 1950s vibe going on with the Vintage Typography Duck Egg Blue Wedding Invitation from Flourish & Lace and we love it! Sporting a clean and simple design, this A5 wedding...
Anna from Strawberry Sorbet is a classic sample of a beautifully designed letterpress wedding invitation. The floral border is not too ornate as to detract from the invitation wording which is printed in the same...
For many people, the arrival of summer in the United Kingdom, or at least what passes for a summer in the United Kingdom, is synonymous with the festival season. Music festivals are at the forefront...
Boutique Heart from The Hummingbird Card Company was a design that was mentioned when this site was a blog rather than a gallery of designs as it is now. It is still a favourite of...
This cute little wedding invite could be the front cover of a best selling romantic novel, so why not have your guests ‘Oohing’ and ‘Ahhing’ and offer them an insight into your own love story...
A Winter Wedding is a snowflake design from Olivia Samuel, and as the name suggests, it is perfect for a Winter Wedding. The card has a very pale icy blue snowflake pattern which has been...
“Under the sea, Under the sea, Darling it’s better, Down where it’s wetter, Take it from me…” Happy, fun and loving life – that’s how these lyrics from the Little Mermaid’s Under the Sea song...
Ahoy, Sailor! Welcome aboard our super chic and oh-so-cute Nautical Knot wedding invitation by Hip Hip Hooray! Inspired by all things seaside, this is a design that would suit a beach wedding as much as...
A wedding day should be a glittering occasion and most brides love the idea of accessories for their special day. There is no shortage of jewels and gems to adorn your outfit or theme of...
What’s the first thing you thought of when you saw the Holly Golightly Luxe invitation? We first thought ‘Wow!’, and then, inspired by the beautiful Hepburn blue colour and gold accents, our imaginations took a...
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