the NATURAL ELEMENTS COLLECTION
A curated selection of elements from which you create your own unique wedding and event invitations to reflect your personalities
HOW IT WORKS
Browse through the gallery for inspiration and the Style Guide to find a style and elements that you love.
1. SELECT STYLE
Select a STYLE and items required from the collection that reflects your wedding and both your personalities. From rustic to elegant romance, there's a choice of hand drawn and modern calligraphy fonts to choose from. Jacqui will also work with specialists calligraphers for totally bespoke wedding stationery.
2. ADD OPTIONS
Option to add a motif or monogram or commission a bespoke hand drawn illustration of your venue. Please allow longer lead times for bespoke illustrations. Price is dependant on work required, please supply a decent size image of your venue or link for a quote.
3. SELECT PAPER
Select paper, size and envelope finish. You may wish to add extra inserts such as an RSVP or directions. The standard size for a RSVP is A6 or 125 x 125mm, For information inserts choose a size that will fit all your text, if unsure just get in touch.
4. SELECT FINISH
Choose from one or two ink colours from the COLOUR CHART or we can mix a bespoke colour to your specific requirements.
New! Hot-foil in gold, rose-gold now available by request. Please allow longer lead times for foiling.
Please note for deckled edge paper, hot-foiling or two ink colours is not available and you can just select one letterpress ink colour.
5. finishing touches.
It's all in the detail. A selection of finishes touches are available from belly bands, envelope liners and wax seals. Please get in touch with your requirements. Please note stationery is supplied unassembled.
6. COLOURED ENVELOPES
Invitations are supplied with natural white or kraft envelopes as standard. Bespoke envelopes are available by request for an extra fee in various colours, please see the BESPOKE ENVELOPES PAGE for colour chart and sizes available.
NEW FONTS AND MOTIFS FOR 2017!
Preview of the new Natural Elements Collection