a very vintage design
Brescia is an elegant design that takes its inspiration from the symmetrical patterns often used on damask fabrics. An original design with the right font it can work well as both vintage stationery and more elegant styles like regency. The design itself can be used in many different ways. The design works well by itself in the centre of items like cards, bifolds and trifolds invitations. It can also be used as a pattern either behind as a background or by itself. Finally with items like booklets and place names Brescia works really well zoomed in onto a smaller part of the design.
Brescia place names and cards have been featured numerous times in Wedding Ideas magazine.
Most photography is by Artemis Stationery. Thank you to Katie Spicer, north London floral and lifestyle Photographer. Visit the floral alchemist here The floral alchemist.
Price band: B
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Types of invitations and day stationery
Personalising your stationery
About the Brescia, damask inspired bespoke stationery collection - to view on the blog click here
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Ordering Invitations & Stationery
You can find further information on ordering in the link below, alternatively email nathan at artemisstationery.co.uk or phone 07929 197963.
Order a sample pack and we will contact you by email to find out which items and collections you're interested in. Or you can email straight away to email nathan at artemisstationery.co.uk
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Ordering and Samples
Thank you very much for all your hard work in putting together our stationery. I was particularly impressed by the way I could personalise anything I
wanted and how helpful you were with my questions and understanding what I was trying to explain, being happy to send out lots of samples,
and not pressurising me to go for things I couldn't afford.
Also thank you for working over the bank holiday weekend to finish the order, it meant that I was able to post out the invitations when I planned to even though I had got behind in putting together the list.
Anne and Ian