1. What was the overall look and feel you wanted to achieve for your wedding?
I was looking to achieve a 1920’s vintage festive feel, with a romantic and warm setting created with lots of candles and christmassy touches finished with Christmas Wedding Stationery. I stuck to a traditional Christmas colour scheme of deep Burgundy with a touch of tartan.
2. Why did you opt for professional stationery over DIY?
Because I couldn’t stick 2 pieces of paper together myself (!!) so it made sense to go down the professional line, not to mention my wonderful friend is the designer so I wouldn’t have wanted to go anywhere else! Lauren’s Wedding Invites are amazing!
3. What made you choose Heart Invites and were you pleased with the service and final products received?
Lauren was one of my bridesmaids so knew exactly what I wanted and could translate that into a design perfectly for me. She was very efficient and I was extremely happy with the final wedding stationery. I would recommend her to anyone.
4. If you could give one piece of advice to any couples planning their wedding what would it be?
To delegate jobs to your wedding party so that you can both enjoy your day as it slips by in a flash!
Links to mentioned wedding suppliers:
Alex Taylor Make-up Artist: Web – http://www.alextaylormakeup.co.uk Facebook – @Alex Taylor Makeup Artist
Birds and Cake Crumbs (Wedding Cake and Cake Stand Hire) – Facebook – @Birds and Cake Crumbs
Toby Trice Photography – Web – http://www.tobytrice.com Facebook – @Toby Trice Photography