Eloisa has Blossomed – Elegant Wedding Invitations Range

Elegant Wedding Invitations

Eloisa – Elegant Wedding Invitations Range

“It’s as if someone knew my innermost desires, and shaped you only for me,”

―Eloisa James, A Gentleman Never Tells

If there’s one thing NYT bestselling novelist Eloisa James brings to mind, it’s romance. If there are two, then the second is probably Shakespeare. But the third has to be, for me at least, the deliciously pretty gowns her heroines tend to wear. This prettiness has inspired the “Eloisa” range of elegant wedding invitations – a confection of pink roses on a pale blue background, hand-finished with gold metallic detail. Colours can be changed to suit your theme.

Think you might have found “the one”? Pick up a sample pack here.

Meet Gemma – Pink and Grey Wedding Invitations

Pink and grey wedding invitations - Gemma Range

Introducing Gemma pink and grey wedding invitations.

“Out of the way! We are in the throes of an exceptional emergency! This is no occasion for sport- there is lace at stake!” (Ms. Pole)

– Elizabeth Gaskell, Cranford

If you want subtly pretty stationery with a bit of lace, then the “Gemma” range may be the one for you. Besides, lace is a given for a wedding. You’ve got your lace dress, your lace veil, and even your lacy you-know-whats, so why not finish the look with lacy stationery?

The range is hand-finished with metallic silver dots which really catch the light. Text is white and a contrasting pink, but this can be altered free of charge to suit your theme. Please contact us for more information.

Could this be the one? Get your sample here, and find out.

 

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New: Classic Romance Wedding Invitations With The ‘Jane’ Collection

Classic Romance Wedding Invitations With The 'Jane' Collection

Classic Romance Wedding Invitations With The ‘Jane’ Collection.

Meet our newest addition to the store, the ‘Jane’ Wedding collection. Understated yet stylish, ‘Jane’ is inspired by the queen of romance herself, Miss Austen.

Take yourself and your guests back to the most romantic of times, the Regency period. Sip tea from delicate porcelain cups while you chat about the latest en-dits. Use these to invite Charlotte and (if she must have a plus one) Mr Collins to the joint wedding you’re having with your sister as you each marry one of a pair of best friends. Even Lady Catherine won’t turn her nose up at this gorgeous set, featuring delicate watercolour sprigs printed on thick textured card stock. These invites look hand-painted – Lady Catherine doesn’t need to know you didn’t paint each one yourself!

Order a sample pack here.