I love wedding invitations and the more unique they are the more I love them: unique doesn’t mean they can’t be simple by any means, and I absolutely adore ‘influenced’ wedding stationery. What do I mean by that? Unique wedding stationery that’s influenced by other ideas, like steampunk influences, retro influences, vintage influences and of course Alice In Wonderland influences which is some of what I have to show off to you today.
Designed and created by Amy Gulden of The Paper Planner (love her company name) today’s unique wedding stationery is exquisite with vibrant colours, beautiful fonts and an emphasis on the paper, Amy’s work is unique, creative and utterly frabjous. And, she has an Alice In Wonderland inspired collection that is a must see!
Alice In Wonderland inspired unique wedding stationery
More from Amy’s collection
A little from Amy:
I’ve been “putting the paper in I Do” since 2004, designing and creating exquisite wedding stationery. I love weddings and I love paper, so owning a custom design wedding stationery studio is the perfect fit for me! All pieces are designed, printed, and handmade by myself. I would say I get my inspiration in large part from my clients themselves. Each couple is unique and their style and personality definitely shine through in the designs I create for them. In addition, I look at current fashion trends as well as current pop culture trends. In the case of my Alice Inspired Collection, I began designing those pieces shortly after Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movie hit theaters. I wanted to evoke a fantasy like feeling through vibrant colors, textures, patterns and whimsical lettering styles and graphics. I love nothing more than a bride who is willing to stray from the conventional norm when it comes to her wedding!
Have a frabjous day!
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