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.
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.
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.
Charlotte and Henry's wedding took place in the beautiful South Farm in Cambridge.
This venue is such a perfect English countryside setting that we decided to capture that country vibe in their invite design, including an illustration of the venue, the rolling hills and a bespoke map, all set within a trifold invitation template.
With Hannah's Italian roots this pair were to be married in the stunning city of Venice.
If only the image of this Order Of Service did it justice! It was jam packed with personalised content including a photographic timeline showing them from babies to present!
I also worked with them on their menus, with each one containing a personalised message for each guest, along with personalised gift box keepsake.
Whilst this bespoke project involved less illustration, it was really fun to work with a couple who went above and beyond to add personal touches for their each and every one of their guests.
Katherine and Matt are getting married in THE most beautiful villa in Tuscany so I worked with them on a gate fold invite design capturing the the tuscan theme.
For the exterior invitation I illustrated a watercolour arch of olives and lemons, fitting the theme perfectly. This is then opened to reveal the striking tuscan landscape that will be the setting of their big day.
I was so happy with how these turned out.
Maisie got in touch and asked if I could create a watercolour portrait of her and her fiancé Jonathan for her invitations.
They were planning a very laidback wedding set in her parent's garden and didn't want anything too elaborate, but still wanted to keep it quirky and personal.
We finished the design off with some subtle botanical details.
I worked with Nicole and Josh to create their gin themed wedding table plan.
They asked me to create an illustration of a different gin for each of their tables, along with the table name cards.
This was such a fun project given I am a gin lover myself, even if it did influence me to have a tipple or two whilst in production!