When we carefully selected our paper magicians for our recent Gold Coast Wedding Festival, they had to have originality in technique so we could fully give our brides and grooms inspiration and maybe even a invitation that they had never thought of before opening their eyes to the WOW factor!
Here’s a round up of the diverse styling/stationery these wonderful vendors put on show. If you see something you like contact them and say “i want that one!”
They say “if it’s on paper we can do it!” and you better believe it. We have had the pleasure of working with this lovely lady on a shoot and if your looking for invitations to suit your “theme” Boom! She will knock your socks off! Oh and she also does wedding styling. Yep a lady who does it all!
These guys are the creators of our awesome signage we have dotted around our fairs. “Creative Ink & Dust” is their tag line and the word creative is not to be used lightly when it comes to them. They are a husband and wife team and love oozes out from them onto the paper or boards they design for you. A class awesomeness at it’s best!
Who needs paper anyway when you can “totes” have a bag! This peachy keen lady prints on ANYTHING! Paper, fabric, awesome personalised cake toppers and wedding aisle backdrops. I’m sure if she was looking at your face she would love to print something on that too!
If you want a keepsake or a family heirloom this is your go to lady. Kowhai creates canvas prints for your wedding and more. A reminder for generations down the track…yes your babies and grand babies not just for your own home.
Birds of A Feather – A Letterpress Co.
Specialising in letterpress, a printing method where ink is literally pressed into paper using a heavy press. They do love their creative freedom and branch out to wooden invitations, albums and much more.
Be sure to pop over to their websites to research them more! We would but we’d be there for hours because of our stationery addiction!
Sunshine and Confetti – Fox and Fallow – Peachy Flamingo – Kowhai Kreations –Birds of a Feather
Images by: When Elephant Met Zebra