Julia On-The-Day

“And for the rest of the night, he couldn’t quite forget the smell of her perfume. Or maybe it was the soft sound of her chuckle. Or maybe it was neither of those things. Maybe it was just her.”
― Julia Quinn, It’s in His Kiss

Hey Julia! Look at you, so sophisticated and pretty.

I’ll bet Julia spends her free afternoons strolling in her gardens and clipping blossoms to drape artfully around the house.

Gorgeous, grey-toned, soft colours coupled with a classic oval frame, and complimented by tiny watercolour blossoms. I am so in love with this collection, not least because of their pretty, hidden backs in a ditsy print, which is what I imagine a sprigged muslin looks like, even though I’m pretty sure it’s wrong and should probably google it.

See what you think of the new on-the-day range here.

Estella On-The-Day

“I loved her against reason, against promise, against peace, against hope, against happiness, against all discouragement that could be.”
― Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

Bring a bit of Victorian elegance to your reception with the Estella range. Think antimacassars , silver candlesticks and for heaven’s sake, not Miss Havisham. There’s even a hint of early cinema in this grey and cream set, which features a monogrammed back, personalised with the initials of yourself and your beloved.

The doily-style background is a pale, subtle tea-coloured wash with a lovely graduation of dappled colour. Here it’s paired with a rich deep grey with hints of a blue tone, but as always these can be amended to fit your colour scheme.

Includes place cards, order of service, table numbers and seating plan. Check out the new range here!

Eloisa On-The-Day

Hey there, beautiful!

Continuing our spotlight on the new on-the-day stationery sets, please allow me to introduce Eloisa.

“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, a confection of pink roses on a pale blue background, hand-finished with gold metallic detail. 

You can check out our entire range here, and don’t forget – we can change the colours free of charge to fit your theme – just contact us for a chat.