If you are looking for something extra special then the bespoke design service could be for you. We work with you to create unique and personal wedding or event stationery. Here are some examples of past projects we have worked on.
This bespoke beach wedding illustrated invitation for Alice and Matt was designed around the theme of both their hometown and wedding location, Southwold in Suffolk.
The couple have lived in the town all their lives so it was only right that this be the theme for the invites.
Amy & Oliver knew they wanted to incorporate illustration into their invites but weren't set on any single theme. Together we settled on a story telling theme, where the main focus was a floral wreath and the invites were filled with illustrations reprinting the wedding day.
Anna & Matthew are getting married in the village Anna grew up in with the ceremony taking place in the local church followed by a reception in the garden of Anna's family house.
Whilst they are having quite a traditional wedding the couple wanted to ensure there were lots of bright colours incorporated to capture the couples fun nature. I set about creating this brightly coloured watercolour crest to capture this for them.
This bespoke Order of the Day sign is the perfect way to tell your guests when everything will be happening on your big day.
It can be purchased with the standard illustrations (as seen in the images) or can be personalised with bespoke illustrations to suit your wedding day.
Printed on mountboard, it is ready to be placed on an easel.
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This bespoke English countryside wedding illustration design is perfect for Ellie & Jack who are both farmers living in the Cotswolds.
They wanted to capture their farming lifestyle in their invitations so what better way to do this than an illustration of a typical British farm scene!
Emilie & Mads are getting married in Provence.
The details for the wedding sound amazing! It's a whole weekend affair including BBQs and pool parties galore!
The tri-fold was perfect to include all the information as it has so much space for all the details.
This bespoke Hong Kong illustrated wedding table plan for Farrah & Jack's wedding was an amazing project to work on!
The couple met in Hong Kong when they were both living there and wanted to incorporate their memories of Hong Kong into their wedding.
Each table was named after one of their favourite locations, and the idea was that it was a map of the Hong Kong metro, taking the guests to their destination (table!).
This bespoke wedding venue invitation illustration for Julie & John was created for their wedding on New Years Eve! To capture the winter wedding vibe but not make it too Christmasy we decided to use muted colours that tie into the wedding theme.
A wedding venue illustration invitation is one of my favourites, but when combined with a wreath AND on a trip-fold layout you have a winner!
Lucy & Rob wanted to incorporate the venue into their invitations, but other than that they were happy for me to input into the rest of the design. The outcome was perfect for this quintisentially English wedding.
Mabel & Toby are getting married at the beautiful home of Toby's family and approached me to create a watercolour illustration of this for them. I then added in the subtle floral details to add a bit more excitement to the design - simple yet so personal.
Rachel & Freddie's wedding is taking place on the beautiful island of Santorini.
They approached me looking to recreate the incredible view from their wedding venue, looking out across the sea with the iconic white and blue buildings on the horizon.
After illustrating this using watercolour we then discussed how to present them on the final invitations, and decided that the view speaks for itself, and these invites really didn't need any more than a delicate organza ribbon to hold the bundle together.
Katie & Richard are lucky enough to live on the beautiful Dorset coast. They were clear from the get go that this is what they wanted to represent in their invites, so after sharing photos of their engagement shoot with me it was clear that illustrating one of these beautiful images was the way forward.
Judy & Mac are getting married in a beautiful chateau in southern France. They asked me to recreate their stunning wedding venue in watercolour, as well as capture themselves through watercolour portraits.
The design layout we came up with really brings the venue to life. A three fold invite, with the portraits on the front cover, is then opened to reveal the chateau set in a landscape of rolling hills.
Lucy and Mark came to me to create bespoke portrait illustrations for their invitations. I always love creating invites like these as they are such a personal way to invite your guests to your big day.
I particularly liked how this design turned out, using a side on angle rather than front facing really worked. I hope they have the most amazing wedding, they were a pleasure to work with.
This was a particularly special project to work on- Gemma & Russ run an incredible creative business, Milly Inspired. I worked with them part time as I was putting the building blocks in place whilst setting up Beija Flor Studio. It was such an honour when Gemma asked me to design her wedding invitations.
Their venue was the beautiful Kennels at Goodwood House, which I illustrated in watercolour and then set amongst a vibrant wash effect background. A bespoke watercolour map was added as an extra detail to the information card.
I loved the end result which I think was classic and elegant but still fun, reflecting the personalities of this lovely pair.