‘Enchanted Garden’ – wedding stationery



I have nearly completed a suite of wedding stationery, based on the gardens at Tatton Park in the theme of ‘Enchanted Garden’.

There are hand-drawn and computer generated elements that I have used. The decorative illustration sections are hand-rendered and I decided to use an elegant script font to display the wedding information/details.

The initial chosen colours were black and white, however I decided to soften the look by adding a deep ecru shade in the background, instead of using contrasting white. It compliments the black areas well and this colour-way I suppose, concentrates on the wooden aspect of the gardens.

There is more to come for this range, including a patterned background for the reverse of the stationery, fresh colours for the illustrations and text and watercolour foliage for more decorative details. Also, I aim to experiment with the positioning of the text and producing this in calligraphy (hand-drawn).


Black & Ecru ‘Enchanted Garden’ wedding stationery

Enchanted collection







Cyber Security Awards ceremony, IOD, Pall Mall, London

I had a lovely time visiting London at the weekend. Me and my business partner only went for two days and the weather was warm and bright, which was great!

I had been practising my calligraphy technique, which I used when writing the names on the winning certificates, for the Cyber Security Awards Masterclass 2014. I had designed their awards ceremony menu, along with the certificates, lanyard and name cards and they wanted the designers to attend the awards evening 🙂

Awards Ceremony Menu

CSUK - Awards Ceremony menu - both sides

Front of menu

Front of menu


Reverse side

Back of menu





Table setting


Me writing the winners names in calligraphy on the certificates



Sightseeing photographs

Here are some pictures that we had taken whilst in London. We visited South Kensington and Covent Garden market and as you can see, the weather was glorious!









Pearly Kings