The Wedding Collective | Stationery | Whiter than White

It’s the final day of The Wedding Collective series which concludes with my stationery board! It’s been such fun transporting ourselves around the world with this fun collab and sharing so much clever inspiration.
Decorative patterned rugs, hand-painted tiles and the traditional crafts of Morocco combine with strong geometric graphics from the distinctive Navajo textiles to provide the focus for the stationery elements.
A soft, hazy palette of coral and peach blended with an array of aqua tones and highlighted with deep cerise pinks and olives mix well to create an early sunset vibe.
Tropical heraldic crests painted or etched with palms and exotic flowers containing your wedding date or initials work perfectly for your save the dates, and set the tone of whats to follow. Or create your own naive block printed stamp monogram by taking geometric shapes and combining with your initials to be used throughout your stationery from envelopes to cocktail menus.
The Wedding Collective | One theme - Four collaborators | Whiter than White + Knot & Pop + Belle & Bunty + The Flower Drum | The Stationery by Whiter than White

Credits (from top left: 1. via 100 Layer Cake | 2. via Oh Lovely Day | 3. Mark Rothko | 4. via Martha Stewart | 5. via Once Wed | 6. Sycamore Street Press | 7. via Nomuramaya | 8. via 100 Layer Cake | 9. The Weaver House | 10. via Style Me Pretty | 11. via Style Me Pretty | 12. via Julep | 13. Lovely Little Details


For the invitation suites, take graphic Navajo elements and shapes and give them a softer edge by blending with watercolour bled techniques. Alternatively, collect old souvenir postcards of your choice or take your own photographs and use these as a backdrop to overprint with solid geometric patterns and text. Add a touch of luxe by printing with metallic or gold foil shapes instead. For envelope linings – marbling techniques in muted pastel tones create a dreamy map like pattern, or for a quirky, fun vibe use colourful hand-painted zebra prints instead. Decorate envelopes with vintage cactus and palm printed stamps or get involved with some good old cut and paste with geometric shapes to mirror those used in your invitation patterns.
The tile influence comes into play with your escort cards by printing names onto small tiles with table numbers displayed beneath. Continue this element through to your table numbers by using mis-matched patterned Moroccan tiles overprinted with colourful or metallic opaque numbers.
Use offcuts of the marbled paper to create hand written name tags at each guest’s place setting. Playfully anchor them with miniature safari animal models sprayed with a metallic gold finish.
Guests are invited to leave well wishes and travel tips for the newlyweds on geometric printed cards, which are then placed in huge sand filled shells.
Thanks for joining us on our journey this week, I hope you’ve enjoyed all of these inspiring ideas. It was such fun working on this with so many talented creatives and designers and thanks so much to all those involved. By the way, if you missed any of the mood boards earlier this week you can take a peek by clicking on the links here… The Scene Setter by Whiter than White & Knot & Pop, The Dress by Belle & Bunty, The Decs by Knot & Pop, The Flowers by The Flower Drum.
Have a great weekend guys!
Mrs White x

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *