Hello again all, how are you doing? Are you using the lockdown time productively, or recharging your batteries? Whatever you may be up to, I hope you are enjoying reading my wedding supplier recommendations. Today we're talking about stationery, which is something that really sets the tone for your wedding day. From the save the date, to the menus and signage at the wedding breakfast, you can use stationery throughout the wedding process to represent your personal style, theme and ethos.
I met Hannah of Knock Knock Penny Studio at Garthmyl Hall wedding fair, where we were neighbours twice. I always feel desperately awkward at wedding fairs. I really struggle with approaching people, as I don't want to seem pushy, but that usually results in me standing there in silence with a creepy smile on my face, not knowing what to say! I got talking to Hannah, who shared my awkwardness, and we soon were keeping each other company. I fell in love with her hand crafted stationery, especially the touchable wax seals, and the soft pastel tones with metallic embellishments. It made me wish I'd put so much more effort into my invites & save the dates - my DIY job was so subpar, looking back.
These shots are from the autumn wedding fair back in October. Just how lovely are those subtle pastel tones and pops of shimmering metallic details? I also love the chic and minimal cloth table plan; truly understated elegance. This bohemian theme is completed with gorgeous lunaria & dried floral arrangements by Pheasant Botanica.
For the wedding fair in February, you could tell Spring had sprung with the fresh colours, organic floral arrangements and blue hued menus completed with a vintage style floral wax stamp.
Hannah is based in Cheshire and can do semi-custom or completely custom designs. She has a keen eye for design and attention to detail, her stand is always impeccable at wedding fairs and showcases a broad range of intricate, innovative designs. She is also a lovely human! So for all of your wedding stationery needs, look no further than Knock Knock Penny Studio - you won't regret it.