you’ll remember Lisa Hedge, the talented graphic designer & art director whose botanical wedding stationery that she designed for friends in 2012 went kind of viral on Pinterest (and inspired a few copy-cats). she has expanded her interest in creating beautiful sophisticated wedding stationery into Venamour, a creative studio focused on the design, craft, and production of artful ephemera and printed matter. their website has just launched and it is beautiful.
Venamour’s stationery is grouped into several collections, each with a defining floral motif and framework of graphic elements. When layered together, these variables – including typography, illustration, palettes and paper – lend themselves to beautiful and balanced arrangements that appeal to many aesthetic sensibilities.
i found the idea of designing my own wedding stationery quite daunting, which is why we ended up just going with online invites and a website. there is something pretty magical about receiving a paper invite in the post, though – and it’s also a nice memento to remember a special day by. check out their collections and online shop.
and here are the three different collections…
Wild garden roses and wayward ranunculus roam within scattered or loosely gathered floral arrangements.
Laces together expressive letterforms with wandering laurel, tangled vines, and exotic stems.
Evoking poetic herbariums, feminine florals take on a curiously graphic and modern symmetry.