Harajuku-inspired wedding stationery, as featured on the wedding blog Bespoke Bride. This invitation and table name combo features some great custom fonts, digital collage, skull ribbon, shreds of lace and paper doily detail. Click here to see the feature: http://www.bespoke-bride.com/2014/10/14/harajuku-girl-visits-english-country-house/. Photography by Kat Forsyth Photography
Gorgeous and atmospheric photoshoot at The Minories, Colchester. I created the carved book sculpture of the couple in the woods, book heart confetti and the paper pin wheels on wooden pegs for this woodland meets Shakespeare series. It was featured on the blog Whimsical Wonderland Weddings. Photography by Marie Wootton
Wedding invitation and reply cards I created for a tasty ice cream themed shoot as featured on the fab blog Marry Me Ink. Here's the link http://marrymeink.co.uk/2014/11/25/i-scream-you-scream-we-all-scream-for-ice-cream/. Photography by Kat Forsyth
This was a fun and creepy photoshoot based around a story of a taxidermist who wants to preserve his new bride! I worked on the shoot with Karen Whybro of Rock the Frock, Joanna Shears of Death + Glory and Kerrie Mitchell who is the photographer. The two hearts wedding stationery is a mash up of an 1860s original drawing that I own, and I also created some heart cake toppers and a papercut menu of the hearts. Great fun!
I created invitations, favour labels and the cocktail lab sign for this fun and simple Steampunk-inspired shoot. I had just finished watching Breaking Bad so using the Periodic Table in a fun way was in the front of my mind. This shoot was featured on Bespoke Bride http://www.bespoke-bride.com/2014/06/11/the-edwardian-steampunk-scientist-bride/. Photography by Kat Forsyth
Letterpress stationery I created for a Queen of Hearts Valentine's themed shoot. The invitation and reply card were letterpressed in gold and then laid on glitter cardstock with playing card-inspired heart details. I also letterpressed the names on the black place tags and table lists on the hand-made table plan. Featured on Bespoke Bride blog http://www.bespoke-bride.com/2015/02/14/an-iconic-valentines-day-in-tudor-england/. Photography by Kat Forsyth
Steampunk inspired shoot, shot by Kat Forsyth at an awesome petrified forest in deepest, darkest Essex! I produced the wooden clocks, giant moths and butterflies and 'Lock & Key' pinwheel banner.
Marvel comic paper pin wheel banner I created for this geeky shoot in the library at the Cambridge Union Society. Photography by Alexa Loy Photography
Hand-painted place cards and table name card I designed for this jewelled shoot. Photography by Funmi & Adrian Omotade-Tan