Creative Process

Our process begins by working closely to find the source of design inspiration. These can come from anything related to your wedding day or personality as a couple. Below are tips which may strike inspiration and direction…

Reflect your venue – where you’re getting married can be a great source of inspiration especially if its a unique setting. In this case Rachel and Marcus got married in a quaint little Bistro in Paris. They were after a classic design with an ornate flare.


Give your big day a theme – great ideas can come from anywhere. Whether it’s your favourite flower, band, hobby or even a favourite vacation spot… having a theme will show off your creative side. With Elizabeth and Francisco’s prom theme we kept design simple with a few vintage prom twists.Process-2

Love of textiles – mixing elements that aren’t commonly used together can often turn into a “pièce de résistance”. In this case we mixed a variety of fabrics together. The key was to find the right balance between patterns and colour. This concept can also be used with many other items with texture or pattern.


A romantic idea – show your guest that you’re not just a pretty face! Push your design further by adding conceptual graphic illustrations. Dress it up with a favourite wallpaper pattern and create depth using 3 soft tasty colours. Make your custom illustration the focal point “et voilà!”


The classic monogram – if your going for a more traditional look a monogram is a lovely symbol of your union which can be used throughout your full stationery from save the dates, invitations, wedding day frills and thank you cards.