Share the w-day love with Rosemood Atelier’s sensational suites

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We think these hot foil invitations from Rosemood Atelier would make a stellar something blue…

We’re all about adding little personal touches to your big day, and one of the easiest ways to do this is by enlisting the help of a star stationer. One of our favourites this weather is Rosemood Atelier, which can adopt a variety of techniques to whip up some gorgeous invites, menus and the like.

Is your wedding theme ultra-glam? Hot foil stamping might be the way to go. “Add a touch of luxury with metallic foiled stationery,” offers Rosemood’s Sarah Bowman. “This is applied manually at our printing atelier, making your invitations a real labour of love. It can be incorporated into the text or illustrations of your design to provide originality and sophistication.”

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Add a welcome splash of colour with some watercolour work from Rosemood

We like to think that your invites will take pride of place on your guests’ mantlepieces, so why not brighten up their homes with these watercolour designs? Rosemood works with some seriously talented designers across the world, who provide original work to be used as a motif across a couple’s wedding stationery. We’re especially crushing on the Bloom suite’s watercolour wash, just the ticket for a sunny, nature-inspired event. 

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Rosemood’s illustrated ferns design is conjuring up images of a verdant outdoor celebration

If you’re after something bit more bespoke, try one of Rosemood’s illustrated suites out for size. “The nature and styles of these designs will give your guests a glimpse into everything you’ve been planning, from your venue to the season,” says Sarah. “Opt for foliage-based illustrations for autumnal forest vibes, or choose florals for a more traditional spring/summer wedding.”

If you’ve not got the word out to guests yet, you could do a lot worse than posting one of these beaut babies. Now, fingers crossed you get back those RSVPS…

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