Wedding stationery and a series of prints. Freelance work, 2016 to 2018
Brides and grooms are never short of ideas or inspiration. These invitation sets are each made especially to suit the clients and their unique needs. Final works include both letterpress and digitally printed stationery.
Sarah and Alessandro were after illustrations of maidenhair ferns. Watercolour illustrations were hand-painted, then scanned and cleaned up digitally. Then I hand-lettered their initials to compliment the delicateness of this design.
Jennifer and Benjamin requested something that felt light-hearted, a reflection of their personalities. They asked that their wedding colours be included: pink and teal.
Allison and Timothy's suite is inspired by the industrial modern space where their wedding was held. They wanted something understated, with a focus on quality materials. I encouraged them to go with letterpress printing for this reason. The dahlia flower was hand-sketched, then traced digitally to create a vector version.
Envelope calligraphy by Cate Welsh
Kristin and Clinton wanted their design to use a script typeface as a main feature. They were also after lush plant life in green, gold, grey, and white. Invitation set to come.
This series of prints was born out of my wedding stationery work, after I received interest in my watercolours as artwork for the home. So I painted five designs and sold them on a previous iteration of my personal website. 100 copies were printed on textured paper that mimics the original watercolour stock.