More images and details on some previous works can be seen below.
I love the simplicity of this design, modern and elegant Wedding Invitations consisting of: an Invitation, a R.S.V.P. and Guest Information cards, all neatly contained in a black pocket.Natalie is a repeat customer, unusual for Wedding Invitations, but it's not what you think! After a total change of venue, country and style, she wanted new invitations to reflect their new Big Day. I was blown away and honoured that she wanted us to design something totally new and in a very different style from the previous invitations.
Natalie had already chosen her colour palette of white, pink and black, and wanted something along the lines of Chanel, with a simple, clean and strong font. The main design detail is the Monogram of the couple's initials, which is present on all of the Invitation Cards. It features an added pearl detail on the main Invitation, which is mounted on a pale pink pearlescent and black card.
The same styling was continued through to their 'On the Day' stationery. The wedding logo was the main feature of the confetti cones which were edged with a slim white ribbon tied in a neat small bow just off-set center. Order of Service, Table Plan, Table Names, Menus and Place Cards completed the 'On the Day' stationery, all complementing Natalie's great sense of style!
'On the Day' images courtesy of Sarah Vivienne Wedding Photography
Karin and Rishad, now a London-based couple with a colorful mixed Asian heritage, gave us the task of designing an Invitation to reflect and please all parties and continue the design through to their day of stationery.
The end result was 200 offset double-interlinking pocket Invitations, containing two Invitation cards to the Wedding and to the Henna & Sangeet night. The paisley and double-happiness character motifs were highlighted with the use of a varnish layer. Not only were they visually bold, their peach-like finish also left an impression on the sensory touch.
The same fusion motif was carried through into the design of their hanging table plan installation, which span a space of 15 meters, where the cocktail reception were being held. Paddle Fans and Personalised Advice Cards were created along with Table Names and Place Cards.
A bespoke Wedding boxed Invitation designed for a lovely Norwegian couple Siri & Torstein.
After untying the large ivory ribbon and removing the lid you were firstly greeted with a Title Card. The Title Card consisted of multiply layered card and was finished with a large artificial flower and subtle lace detail.
The Invitation Wording Card, which lay beneath the Title Card was simple, classic and completed with large watermark style of their initials. The RSVP card followed the same style and was neatly held in place by a delicate ribbon along with the return envelope in the lid of the box
The same styling and materials were carried throughout the Day of Stationery, such as hanging table plan, paddle fans and other accessories.
Little hanging Moroccan lanterns were the inspiration for this bride and her wedding invitations. These little lanterns then stayed with us as inspiration throughout the rest of the wedding stationery pieces.
Jennifer, the bride to be had already sent out her Wedding Invitation Cards and wanted to carry her Peacock design through to her Spanish Destination Wedding with a colour scheme of turquoise and purple.
Colour and extra feathers were added to create all of the 'On the Day' stationery, which consisted of our Order of the Day/ Thank You Envelope, Table Plan and Names, Confetti Cones, Place Cards, Candy Bar and Favour Flip-flop signage. It was a pleasure to be a part of such a wonderfully vibrant wedding.
These Invitation Cards speak for themselves! A 50's inspired design, helping the recipients to get into the mood for a night at the 1950's themed 'The Hop Party'.
This was a special date for the client and one of the requests was to create the reverse of the main Party Invitation in the style of a Lottery Ticket. I did find it an unusual request, but thoroughly enjoyed the recreation with a 50's twist and elements personal to the client.
The second Invitation Card was a card full of 50's inspiration to get the party goers into the swing! One of my favourite elements has to be the record-sleeve pocket that houses the two-part Invitation, ready to be received.
Marie-Claire & Luke already had a design which they had used for their Wedding Invitations. They wanted to carry the same design through to their 'On the Day' stationery, but inject a little fun and colour to match their Wedding Day colour scheme.
The Order of Service was kept simple and elegant in tone with a church service and following on from their Invitations.
The creating and fun started with the Table Plan & Names. A candy pink was introduced and cartoon styled designs were created to illustrate the 15 different Table Names. The couple had named each of their Tables as: a word, a program, games, bands, etc., pretty much anything that meant something to them. Once the guests arrived at their assigned table, the illustrated Table Name contained a brief story or explanation behind that name.
I thought it was a great idea to share some of those personal moments and internal jokes with the people they cared the most about, as they celebrated their marriage!
Stationery Provided: Order of Service Booklet, Table Plan, Table Names, Place Cards and Donations cards.
Several images courtesy of David Toms Wedding Photography
A little mixed bag of one-off designs, all Nulki Nulks style!
You can also watch this clip in HD on Vimeo: Nulki Nulks Wedding Stationery at Marbella Club Hotel
Alison & Darren had already sent out invitations, but wanted to carry on the style through to their wedding day. We created all those special details for their Wedding at Villa del Mar in the Marbella Club Hotel!
Inspired by Spanish traditional culture, this concept design is still in its infancy. It was started together with some of the other Spanish themed Wedding ideas and designs already completed and featured here.
We believe that we can set the tone for a new style of Fresh and Different line of products, to help clients also find their Wedding Stationery in Spain.
Many couples are choosing a Candy Bar or Dessert Table for their guests to enjoy.
This Wedding Candy Bar was created for the Groom, a Real Madrid Football Club fan. I am told that he was not the only one who was thrilled with the end result! Each one of the t-shirt labels is decked out in the Real Madrid strip, the reverse with a name of a squad member with a twist! I thought our astro-turf table top was a fitting accompaniment!