One of the perks of being a wedding stationery designer is the privilege of being given a little insight into my customers special day.

I’ve come across allsorts of wonderful and unusual celebrations and destinations over the past 7 years.  One that particularly comes to mind is a bride who was getting married at Dalhousie Castle Falconry and had arranged to have one of the resident owls deliver a silk rose to her new husband after the ceremony.  The rose was to symbolize that ‘love is a seed that with the right nurturing will grow into a beautiful flower’.  I found this really touching and even though it was back in 2011  it still comes to mind.

I also worked with a couple getting married at Marble House in London and having the reception at a garden party at their Richmond home.  Transport between the ceremony and reception was by boat – I thought that was a rather fabulous touch!

Recently I was working on some invitations for an upcoming wedding and noticed they were having a Swing Singer at their wedding!  I thought that was really cool.  The wedding singer they are having is called Richard at Richard Sing’s Swing – you can check out his website here – http://www.richsingsswing.co.uk He offers some great music and packages –  classic swing, swing n sixties and 70 & 80’s party.  I really can’t think of a better way to get everyone of the dance floor and having a fabulous time!

I just wanted to share that with you!  Hope everyone is having a fabulous bank holiday weekend  🙂

The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer