Friday, 15 April 2011

Weddings service

I offer a bespoke wedding stationery service which works completely around what the bride wants. I have more than 20 different invitation designs, but what makes my service stand out is that I create with illustrations and designs around what the bride and groom’s colours and themes are. For example, I can create an illustration using a detail from the bride’s dress and use it to co-ordinate every piece of wedding stationery. I started the business in August 2010 after noticing that there seemed to be a gap in the market for more modern and colourful wedding stationery.
I am a qualified designer and have spent many years in the design and journalism business, editing and designing magazines. This means I have a good eye for design, detail, colour and typography. It also means that I have a very professional attitude and am used to working with deadlines. I use industry standard software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to create my stationery, which also means that I can very closely match every bride’s colour scheme.
I am based in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, but can provide a service for brides all around the county and my products can all be posted.
I specialise in modern, funky and colourful wedding invitations and use my own illustrations as the basis for most of my designs. I offer a free consultation and on request will happily email over sample ideas to brides. If a bride’s theme is calla lilies then I can create an illustration unique to that bride and use it on all of her wedding stationery, from invitations through to table plans and favours. I also offer a calligraphy service for addressing stationery, envelopes and place settings.
My stationery prices are competitive, starting from £1.40 and going up to £3.50. My price includes my design and illustration service.
I can be found and contacted in a number of ways:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/pinkshoesart/
http://www.folksy.com/shops/pinkshoesart
http://www.ukbride.co.uk/supplier/pinkshoesart-39

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