Stationary

 

Your wedding invitation is the first emotion received by your precious guests. No doubts that you want to impress them with its creativeness, elegance and chic.

We’ve got plenty ideas that will help you get a professional, unique wedding decor without having to dig too deep into your wallet. If you already have a particular theme in mind, you can also search through our wedding pictures for stationery, lighting, seating cards, table settings, and other arrangements that accommodate your style.

Paul Antonio

Paul Antonio


In the heart of London’s “wedding quarter” on Chiltern Street, Paul Antonio quietly works away in his studio creating breath-taking masterpieces. Though Paul is still little known he’s graced with incredible talent as his wedding calligraphy, monograms and wedding stationery will prove. He created the invitations for the Royal wedding and Kate Moss’ big day thanks in no small part to his extraordinary sense of individuality. Indeed, he designed each unique invitation suite to commission and in many languages and scripts. He’s versatile to boot and loves nothing more than decorating mirrors, windows, walls and drawing intricate maps to treasure.

 

Paul Antonio, 38 Chiltern Street, London W1U 7QL
T: 44 (0) 20 7486 1888

Prantl

Prantl


Little beats the pleasure of beautifully designed, luxuriously milled paper wedding invitations. Purveyors of fine stationery since 1797 when master printer Franz Anton Prantl established the Munich studio, royal warrant holders Michael Harris and Anthony Rawlence look after the London outpost. Together they craft breathtakingly elegant bespoke stationery and wedding invitation suites. Imagine gold leaf edges, crisp envelopes lined in every shade imaginable and “Save the Date” cards that set the tone for an extraordinary wedding.

 

Anthony Rawlence, Worlds End Studios, 132 – 134 Lots Road, London SW10 0RJ