Monday, 17 August 2015

Cornish Flowers & Tartan Inspired Wedding Reception Stationery

Today I'm delighted to share with your the reception stationery I created for the lovely Olivia and Jonathan who got married on the 1st August at the gorgeous Boconnoc House in Cornwall.
The brief was for a classic elegant design incorporating elements of wild flowers and the groom's tartan and reflecting the Cornish landscape where they were getting married.
The couple also wanted a drawing of the church at Boconnoc incorporating into the Order of Service so I hand drew this element for them and added it to a set of matching stationery.


As well as the order of service there were matching table names, named after places in Cornwall, blank placecards for the couple to write their guest names on, menus and a table plan board.



I hope you like the design and if you would like to get in touch with me to design something similar for your wedding please don't hesitate to drop me an email to info@knotsandkisses.co.uk or have a look on the bespoke page of my website http://knotsandkisses.co.uk 

5 comments:

  1. These are very elegant but simple. I love how the bouquet stands out on the stationary as it really draws into just how minimalist the rest of the design is. Simple and gorgeous, and quite functional!

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  2. These are very graceful but simple. I love how the bouquet stands out on the fixed as it really draws into just how minimalist the rest of the design is. Simple and elegant, and quite functional!

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