Behind the Scenes | Georgia, Fleur & Elsie

I hope you’ve had a great week – are you ready for part two of the insider info on the new collection? This week is the turn of Georgia, Fleur and Elsie.

Georgia-inspiration

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As you know Lexie has long been one of my most popular designs so I was keen to create an updated version, which resulted in Georgia. Georgia is slightly more compact than Lexie and has the added embellishment of the diagonal dots. If you were considering Lexie for your stationery why not take a look at Georgia too?

Fleur-inspiration

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I love big, full blooms and so just had to create an ultra feminine floral design this time round. The actual design of Fleur came to me in a dream…I’m not kidding! I woke up with the design in my head so decided to give it a go and rather liked the results! When designing all the other items I liked the idea of the placement of the flowers not being identical on every piece of stationery so tried to mix it up a bit. If your wedding is going to pretty and full of beautiful flowers Fleur may just be the one for you.

Elsie-inspiration

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Being surrounded by lots of stunning refurbished barns in Suffolk and the popularity of having a marquee wedding in a garden or field, lots of my clients tend to go for a rustic feel for their stationery so I felt it was essential to incorporate a modern rustic design in this collection. I wanted to keep it simple as I know you don’t want fuss but have given Elsie a true rustic feel by having it printed on Kraft card.

So now you’ve heard about all the new designs which one is your favourite? Let me know over on the Facebook page.

Natalie x

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