Fairlady Bride - - Décor -

‘The sta­tionery and flow­ers work to­gether to form the dé­cor of your ta­ble, so nat­u­rally, they have to com­ple­ment each other,’ says sta­tioner Anzel from White Kite Stu­dio. Be­cause the lush flow­ers make such a state­ment, she chose a sim­ple ty­po­graphic de­sign with min­i­mal char­ac­ter of its own, to bal­ance the look. Quirky, fun el­e­ments like ar­rows were added for de­tail and the flo­ral borders went per­fectly with the tone of the flo­ral run­ner. ‘I al­ways think that it’s im­por­tant for the colours of the sta­tionery to be echoed in the flow­ers or vice versa,’ says Anzel. ‘That way it will all tie in to­gether to cre­ate a beau­ti­ful whole. For the in­vi­ta­tion, specif­i­cally, I de­cided to go with a nat­u­ral colour let­ter­press in one tone on gor­geous re­cy­cled pa­per,’ she ex­plains. ‘The flo­rals were then in­tro­duced on the en­ve­lope in­ner only, to give the re­ceiver an idea of the style of the wed­ding.’ Let­ter­press in­vi­ta­tion with flo­ral-in­lay kraft en­ve­lope (from R30 each, depend­ing on quan­ti­ties), flo­ral ta­ble num­ber (from R5 each), flo­ral menu (from R10 each), flo­ral tag (from R5 each) all White Kite Stu­dio.

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