December 16, 2011

Be Inspired :: 'Vintage Charm' Theme

Set the mood :: handmade details, playful, feminine, doilies, intimate, romantic, charming, soft, simplicity, lace, pearls, mismatched vintage cutlery and silverware, candelabra, homemade jam, lavender, rosemary, burlap

Colour palette :: White and cream, lilac, lavender, emerald green

'Vintage Charm' Theme Board by WITHLOVE

Featured wedding stationery:
1. 'Days Gone By' invitation card
Also in this scene:

2. Image via Pinterest | 3. Image via The Vintage Wedding Dress Company | 4. Pearl Scallop Bib Necklace :: Kate Spade | 5. Image via She Knows Entertainment | 6. Image via Vallentyne Photography | 7. Image via Tiny White Daisies | 8. Image via Faded White Linen | 9. Image via Tumblr | 10. Image via Siji's Day Dream | 11. Image via The Blushing Bride | 12. Image via Once Wed

Jackie xo

December 14, 2011

Be Inspired :: 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Theme

Set the mood :: classic, chic, glamourous, ladylike, timeless, elegant, bows, chandeliers, chic chignon, structured, diamonds, feminine, polished

Colour palette :: Off white, baby pinks, black, tiffany blue accents

'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Theme Board by WITHLOVE

Featured wedding stationery:
1. 'A Touch of Class' folded invitation
Also in this scene:

2. Image via We Heart It | 3. Elia Silk Faille Gown :: Rosa Clara | 4. Satin crystal-embellished sandals :: Oscar De La Renta via Net-a-Porter | 5. Image via We Heart It | 6. Legacy Earrings :: Tiffany & Co. | 7. Image via Ritzy Bee | 8. Image via We Heart It | 9. Image via We Heart It | 10. Innocence Spot Tulle Garter :: Florrie Mitton | 11. Image via We Heart It | 12. Egipto Polka Dot Brocade Gown :: Rosa Clara

Jackie xo

December 13, 2011

Be Inspired :: 'Boho Chic' Theme

Set the mood :: carefree, relaxed, dreamy, warm sunshine, earthy, adventurous, romantic, soft, floaty fabric, unstructured, lanterns, layers, barefoot, beach

Colour Palette :: Warm white/cream, pale green, muted metallics, amethyst

'Boho Chic' Theme Board by WITHLOVE

Featured wedding stationery:
1. 'Adorned' placecard and menu
Also in this scene:

2. Image via Marry Me Productions | 3. Image via We Heart It | 4. Image via Style Me Pretty | 5. Luisa Becarria via The Lane | 6. Isharya Gold-Plated Cuff via Net-a-Porter | 7. Image via Wedding Chicks | 8. Maiden Floral Vine Crown :: Which Goose | 9. Source unknown (if known, let us know!) | 10. At Dusk Harvest Boutonniere :: Which Goose | 11. Image via Eat, Drink, Chic | 12. Lisa Brown via The Lane

Jackie xo

Be Inspired :: 'Nautical Nuptials' Theme

Set the mood :: serene still waters, cool sea breezes, blue skies, seaside, harbour, sailor rope, summer, fresh, stripes, subtle nautical elements, weathered wood, crisp white linen, structured, clean lines, chic, sophisticated, preppy

Colour palette :: crisp white, navy with lime green or yellow accents for a fresh, summer vibe, neutrals for a chic soiree or primary red for a bold statement

'Nautical Nuptials' Theme Board by WITHLOVE

Featured wedding stationery:
1. 'Hello Sailor' save the date card (with matching envelopes) - NOW ON SALE!
Also in this scene:

2. Stretch Charmeuse Double Head Band :: Dessy Group | 3. Image via We Heart It | 4. Bridesmaids Dress - Style 7594 :: Watters | 5. 'Chrisette' Bridal Shoe :: Kate Spade | 6. Image via Project Wedding | 7. Image via Yuriy Manchik Photographers | 8. Image via Antheia Floral Design | 9. Bissell Accent Plate - Kate Spade :: Wedding List Co. | 10. Image via | 11. Image via Yuriy Manchik Photographers | 12. Image via We Heart It | 13. Image via

Jackie xo

December 5, 2011

We Love :: From the Owl

While I'm a bit late on the bandwagon, I simply must share for those who aren't in the know. If you haven't already selected a gift registry service, look no further than From the Owl, a unique online wedding gift registry like no other, offering hand-picked unique products that are sure to leave you and your groom smitten. Designed to make every day in the lead up to your wedding as easy as possible, the team at From the Owl have your wedding and gift registry covered. This clever site also has the option to setup a secure online wishing well, which means no misplaced or stolen envelopes on your wedding day. Here are a few of my favourite products, that may very well be on my personal wishlist too... who says you need to be getting married?

From the Owl Wedding Gift Registry
'You Remind Me' Wall Hanging (500 x 600mm) / Squares Blanket

From the Owl Wedding Gift Registry
Acapulco Chair in yellow / 'Creative Walls' by Geraldine James, Hardback

From the Owl Wedding Gift Registry
Ladies Cafe Racer Bicycle - Doppio 7-speed in pink / Balmy Origami Umbrella

If this isn't sweet enough for you, From the Owl has teamed up with Basil Bangs to offer a FREE Basil Bangs umbrella (like the Balmy Origami you see above!) to anyone who signs up before Jan 31st! View the details and conditions here or if you're lucky enough to be based in Sydney, visit their showroom for inspiration and advice and of course, to swoon over a whole bunch of gifts that you'll ACTUALLY use!

{sidenote} Do yourself a favour and check out their sister site too, The Simple Things Studio for amazing wedding photography.

Jackie xo

November 8, 2011

With Love News :: Who Loves a Giveaway?

:: This offer is now closed ::

:: We've stepped our giveaway offer up a notch - this offer is now open to ONE AND ALL! Not getting married, engaged and have your wedding stationery or already married - you too can enter, but we need your help in spreading the word! Refer a friend (or as many as you like!) to our website and if they make a wedding stationery booking or place an order with us, your friend will be in the draw and as a special thanks, you will be too! It's that easy! For more information, read more and our terms and conditions below.

Would you like to win a $120.00 gift voucher to use over at our new favourite webstore, emerald + ella? To celebrate the release of our new line of wedding invites and stationery, we've partnered with the lovely ladies at e+e to offer this fabulous prize to one lucky entrant! emerald + ella are purveyors of beautiful things for your kitchen and the home {they also stock loads of treasures that could easily be worked in to your wedding decor, we might add!} so for your chance to get your hands on some ever-so-stylish products, all you need to do is make a booking (in the form of a deposit) if your stationery is not required right away, or place an order from our collection before December 31, 2011 and you are in the running! If you are referring a friend, email us at with your friend/s name and should they decide to make a booking or place an order, both of you will be entered in the draw! The winner will be announced January 2, 2012. Terms and conditions apply, see below for details.

For a little inspiration on what you could spend your gift certificate on, should you be the lucky winner, we've put together our favourite products from the e+e range. Each of the items below are priced at far less than the value of the certificate, so if you win, you're sure to pick up quite a hefty prize! Lucky you! Our Emerald + Ella Faves 1. 'Milk crate,' $29.95 each (contains 6 bottles), 2. 'Candy stripe straws,' $7.95 for 25pk (other colours available), 3. 'Birdhouse marker' $8.95 each, 4. 'Clear bud hanging vases,' $14.95 for a set of 3, 5. 'Heart lantern,' $12.95 each, 6. 'Vintage novel heart garland,' $6.20 each, 7. 'Heart petit four cases,' $6.95 for 40pk, 8. 'Short red cake stand,' $34.95 each (other colours available), 9. 'Mini black stripe bags,' $5.50 for 10pk {Prices current as at November 2011 and are subject to change. Products may or may not be available at the time of purchase.} If you are already thinking about purchasing your wedding stationery from WITHLOVE, now is a great opportunity. We understand that it's important for our wedding stationery to be as unique as possible to each and every one of our couples - all of our designs can be customised to your requirements whether it be adjustments to colour, typeface, paper stock, size and any other stationery piece ideas you may wish to have custom created for you, that aren't featured on our website (think photography signage props, candy buffet labels etc.)! So drop us a line or phone for a chat to discuss all the lovely details! Additionally, you can view some of the work we have produced for our lovely couples here.

Our new designs are already proving to be popular for 2012 weddings. Here are our top 3... WITHLOVE 'Days Gone By' WITHLOVE 'Ode to Ilse' WITHLOVE 'Hearts-a-Flutter' We look forward to working with some lovely couples soon {hopefully you're one of them!} and wish you loads of luck!

Jackie xo Terms + Conditions:
1. Entry is available to those who refer a friend that makes a booking or places an order; and to those who make a booking or place an order, from the WITHLOVE wedding stationery collection and have submit a deposit or full payment by December 31, 2011. Minimum order quantities/values apply. Australian residents only.
2. A non-refundable deposit is required for the amount of $120.00 to be paid by December 31, 2011.
3. All wedding stationery orders must be fulfilled by September 30, 2012.
4. This offer is not transferrable to another person or redeemable for cash, cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount or offer and can be used once only.
5. Total prize value is $120.00RRP in the form of an emerald + ella gift voucher and is valid for 12 months from the date the winner is announced. Any unused part of this prize value is not redeemable for cash and will be null and void. The gift voucher cannot be applied against shipping costs - it may only be used against product purchased.
6. The winner will be drawn and will be notified on January 2, 2012. This is a game of chance and the winner will be drawn at random. The winner selected is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
7. With Love - Fine Wedding Stationery reserves the right to cancel this offer at any time and will not be held responsible if the prize or part thereof becomes unavailable for reasons beyond With Love - Fine Wedding Stationery's control.
8. By entering the competition and accepting this prize, the entrant/winner acknowledges his/her understanding of and agrees to comply with and abide by each of these terms and conditions.

Real Wedding :: Kate + Adrian

We're a little bit behind on our Real Weddings posts of late so over the coming weeks, we're going to be sharing a whole lot more of our couples with you. Meet Kate + Adrian, married earlier this year. I'd like to preface this post by saying that it brings me great joy to share their wedding with you all. You can tell that these two really love each other and the day was all about the bond they share. Kate, who sadly lost her mother to pancreatic cancer in September 2009, made a number of heart-warming tributes to her mother to ensure she was part of the day. In a world of weddings that are so full 'details' for the sake of it, this wedding is very simple, yet absolutely full of heart.

Kate + Adrian :: Saturday 23 April 2011
Pokolbin, Hunter Valley Region, New South Wales

Kate and Adrian met in September, 2004, when Kate started working for Queensland Health as a Forensic DNA Scientist. Fast forward to the end of 2010 when the couple went on one of their regular picnics at their 'special' spot in Bulimba, Brisbane, Adrian proposed. Kate says, "I wasn't particularly surprised as I basically bullied him into it. He knows now that it was the best thing for him. ;)" Nice one Kate!

All images shot by the very talented, April Werz Photography.

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Theme :: "Non-traditional and relaxed." Kate and Adrian opted not have a bridal party, as they "don't agree on choosing your favourite friends and we wanted the day to just be about us." The couple opted for an unofficial wedding party who helped them get ready. Two of Kate's girlfriends also played special roles in the ceremony - one gave a reading and the other was their witness while signing the marriage certificate.

Ceremony Location :: Kate and Adrian were married by celebrant Megan West (based in the Hunter Valley), on Kate's family property in Pokolbin, NSW. Megan married one of Kate's friends a few years ago and also tap dances with that same friend, so the couple knew "she was a fun sort of a person." Kate's parents have owned the property for around 20 years. Kate says "there are no buildings on it, just a beautiful piece of land. We've always spent a bit of time in the Hunter Valley, mostly eating at all the delicious restaurants!" The couple chose to use the lyrics to Gorecki's song 'Lamb,' as a reading in their ceremony - "Gorecki doesn't really have any special meaning to us other than to sum up how we feel about each other just perfectly. Adrian said he'd never truly listened to the words until Isabel was reading them during the ceremony which then made him very emotional."

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Reception Venue :: Bimbagen Estate, Pokolbin. "The perfect setting. Great food, great wine and great atmosphere."

Wedding Gown :: Kate found her dress very uncomfortable, albeit very beautiful, and had to change after the ceremony. "Thankfully, I had a white linen sundress packed for the honeymoon that I could change into - otherwise I would have been in jeans!" The bride also wore a necklace that inspired her colour choice for her stationery. Kate's late mother made a lot of jewellery and one of Kate's favourite pieces was a three strand bracelet. Kate says, "I knew I didn't want to wear a bracelet on the day so I made the necklace with beads from her collection. The frog that was dangling from the clasp was a charm that my mum wore around her neck everyday." Kate's shoes were also in a lovely shade of jade green to match.

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Groom's Attire :: Adrian wore a very dashing Farage charcoal suit, from Elio Moda, Brisbane, finished with black dress shoes.

Photographer :: Kate and Adrian selected local Hunter Valley photographer, April Werz who shot both their engagement shoot and wedding day. Kate describes April as "gorgeous and so are her photos!" As you can see, April did an AMAZING job.

Florist :: Kate put together her bouquet of white freesias and reception floral arrangements herself and they were all the more special because of their meaning. "Adrian and I drove to the Sydney Flower Markets two days before the wedding and purchased a car load of white freesias. Freesias are special to me - my Mum and I used to pick them in the park every year."

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz
(check out the Kangaroos!)

Other recommended suppliers :: Tanya and Deena from Chic Artistry did Kate's makeup and hair, along with her unofficial bridesmaids and mother-in-law. "I would recommend them to anyone, they were just lovely." Simon from XYDJ is also highly recommended. "He was very accommodating and even played a Bon Jovi song even though it pained him to do so!"

Tips and advice for other brides :: "Relax! Don't let anyone tell you what you should or shouldn't have. And don't worry about minor details - it's all about the love you have for your partner, not about which bomboniere is best. Oh, and see if you can sit down in your dress!"

Most treasured moment of the day :: "Other than marrying an amazing man, during our vows I had to stop and tell my girlfriends to keep it down - they were sobbing so loudly! Also, one of our friends does an invisible skipping rope dance which brought the house down at the reception."

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

Creative/Personal Touches :: "Rather than having our celebrant announce us as husband and wife, we had all of our guests yell it out. It was fantastic!" To keep the guests occupied after the ceremony, Kate and Adrian's guests played a spot of boules. Croquet was also organised but it was "far too complicated to learn once they'd had a few drinks!" The couple also ordered playing cards to be used at the reception for those who were not up for dancing however "the guests were having too good a time - the card games just didn't get a look in!" Thongs were supplied so that guests with uncomfortable footwear could slip into them. Kate says, "the thongs were a huge hit! Everybody had a pair on by the end of the night."

Kate and Adrian are avid supporters of the Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Foundation after Kate lost her mother to the disease. The couple decided to make a donation on their guests behalf, instead of giving favours. "We didn't want bomboniere because we didn't think that spending money on something nobody really wants was money well spent. Pancreatic cancer research is something that we're very passionate about given mum passed away from it. We not only wanted to contribute financially, we wanted to educate people and make sure that if our guests were only going to donate to one charity this year, it would that one." On the third panel of Kate and Adrian's tri-fold table signage, we printed a short message to Kate and Adrian's guests giving thanks for their donation and a little bit about the fund.

Kate + Adrian by April Werz

The Details
Stationery chosen :: The couple chose our 'We Do' design to use as the basis of their stationery suite, in which design elements and typefaces were altered to suit the couple. The suite was printed on a lovely textured stock using colour swatches 'jade,' 'scarlet + 'charcoal' from our colour chart. Kate + Adrian decided against using the ribbon embellishment as they were going for a more simplistic look and feel. We printed double-sided invitation cards, single-sided rsvp cards personalised with guest names, custom-designed bus timetables, table seating chart, tri-fold table signage, tent-folded personalised place cards, ceremony reading cards, A3 signage and personalised playing cards.

Kate + Adrian Invite Suite

Kate + Adrian Ceremony Reading

Kate + Adrian Placecards

Kate + Adrian Table Signage

"It was an absolute pleasure to work with you Jackie. You were attentive, tolerant and delightful. I would definitely choose professional stationery again - it's so much better than anything we could do ourselves. Our wedding stationery was fun and relaxed which was exactly how we wanted our wedding to be."

About the Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Foundation
Kate explains, "The statistics for pancreatic cancer are frightening and therefore seemingly placed in the 'too hard basket'. Many people have never heard of pancreatic cancer. The recent passing of Steve Jobs has brought a lot of media attention to the disease which will hopefully increase education and spending in this area."

The Avner Nahmani Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund was established by the late Avner Nahmani and his wife Caroline. The fund is an extraordinary legacy for all future sufferers of this lethal cancer. It was Avner's aim through the Fund to raise awareness and funds that will assist in improving outcomes for patients. To achieve these aims more research into pancreatic cancer is desperately needed – around 2,000 Australian are diagnosed and die each year with fewer than 5% surviving more than 5 years – a survival rate that hasn't improved in over 40 years. The objective of the fund is to raise funds for support services, fund research and to build awareness of this disease.

If you would like to make a donation to this very worth cause, please visit the website.

Kate and Adrian, thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous wedding with us.

With love to you and yours

Jackie xo

October 20, 2011

I heart weekends.


Happy Friday to you all! I'm particularly excited today because I'm heading off for a much-needed weekend away and who better to spend it with (aside from my darling E) than my two of my best gal pals! We're heading off on a little road trip down to Mt Tambourine to have a long weekend filled with lots of delicious food cheese and fudge (hello extra kilos!), a little wine and a whole lot of relaxing. I hope you all have an amazing weekend, whatever your plans may be. Lots to share next week, but until then, I'll leave you with this: (albeit a job vacancy ad for sass & bide, I simply ADORE these seriously wise words...)


Happy weekend!

Jackie xo

Sources :: Image via We Heart It, Image via Sass & Bide

We Love + Recommend :: Kate Dawes Flower Design

Hello my sweets, hope you are having a lovely week indeed! The weather's been a little average of late, so with today's post I bring you a little sunshine! Kate from Kate Dawes Floral Design, based in South Brisbane, is an extremely talented florist. Kate's eye for detail, colour and texture is faultless - the sheer effort she went to for the arrangements for our new design photoshoot was tremendous, (it was criminal to pull them apart!) so I know that if you book Kate for your wedding, she will most certainly look after you. Kate is also available for special and corporate events. View her portfolio or check out a few of our favourites below - AHHHHMAZING indeed...

Kate Dawes Flower Design

Kate Dawes Flower Design

Kate Dawes Flower Design
(Photo by Naomi V Photography)

Kate Dawes Flower Design

Jackie xo

October 17, 2011

All or Nothing

I'm an all or nothing kinda gal. For the most part, this is the reasoning behind my absence over the past few months. I don't do things by halves and I'm not about to write a lazy, hap-hazard post for the sake of it. So in turn, my poor little blog has been in hibernation. Working full time and running my own business certainly has its challenges. I've been working like a little machine over the past few months, designing for our lovely clients and our new range, organising the photoshoot and preparing all of the content and imagery for our new designs on the website. On top of all of this, I decided to make a few changes to the existing content on the site, which has been quite the task. Simultaneously scheduling my new stationery pieces, and a mini website overhaul - I must have gone slightly mad, but with such a lovely new range to introduce, I felt my website needed to step up to the plate. So dear friends, I'm happy to announce that our new designs have FINALLY launched on our all new and improved website and now that I have a moment to breathe and can sit still for long enough, I'm preparing some swoon-worthy new content for this here blog very soon...

Jackie xo

July 21, 2011

Real Wedding :: Amy + Mike

Hope you are having a wonderful week lovelies! Today I'm really excited to share the wedding of Amy + Mike with you. I am constantly inspired by all things weddings - those special details and personal touches that shape the most important of days. It is our aim to bring you some of the most stunning weddings we have had the pleasure of being a part of.

So without further ado, meet Amy + Michael...

Amy + Michael :: Friday 8 April 2011
Bulimba, Brisbane, Queensland

Amy + Mike met at a company they both worked for, yet it wasn't until three years later when Amy left that Mike actually asked her on a date, after wanting to do so for months! Fast forward ten months in Central Park, New York, (where Mike had taken Amy for her birthday), Mike proposed. He had planned the proposal perfectly and even purchased a fake ring in the 'New York, New York' casino in Vegas earlier on so he didn't lose the real engagement ring {cute!}

We were absolutely thrilled to work with Amy + Mike and loved every step of designing their stationery suite. Amy and Mike chose our 'Hello Sailor' design, which we customised to achieve a beautiful wedding stationery suite that was absolutely unique to the couple. Amy and Mike chose a gorgeous custom shade of blue to pair with our 'navy' colour swatch from our colour chart, which was then printed on our ice silver metallic stock. Their stationery choice could not have suited their day any better - the couple chose to have their reception at Brett's Wharf, Hamilton, overlooking the beautiful Brisbane river.

Blooming Lovely Custom

Theme :: Amy and Mike's theme was "classic elegance with a twist of fun." Amy adores stripes, so it was only natural for her to incorporate them in the wedding.

Ceremony Location :: Saints Peter & Paul's Church, Bulimba, Brisbane. Amy and Mike were married by Father John Sullivan who knew Mike's grandparents and had married other members of the family.

Reception Venue :: Brett's Wharf, Hamilton, Brisbane.

Wedding & Bridesmaids Gowns :: Amy wore Leonard Derecourt who worked closely with Amy to design her gown, incorporating elements of three designs that she liked. The bridesmaids also wore Leonard Derecourt - Amy was "very keen on having the four girls in the same colour" however each gown was made to suit each girls style, shape and personality, tied in with matching shoes. We also loved that Amy carried this through with her bridemaids hair - each girl wore a slightly different style, bringing the look together with a custom hair piece, made from the same fabric as Amy's gown.

Groom & Groomsmen Attire :: Mike and his groomsmen wore dark charcoal suits, hired from Tony Barlow Formal Hire. The striped ties were purchased from Trent Nathan and the crisp white shirts were from Shirt Studio. The boys finished their look with brown dress shoes.

:: Amy and Mike chose Brisbane photographer Nat McComas for her "relaxed style" and added that Nat was "fabulous to work with on the day." Amy and Mike also had an engagement shoot with Nat earlier in the year and were really impressed with the outcome.

Florist :: Amy and her bridesmaids flowers were an arrangement of freesias, lissianthus, white and cream roses, by Pink + Purple Petals. We especially love the thick striped ribbon Amy sourced from Vandoros Fine Packaging to tie on each of her bridemaid's bouquets (also used on their ceremony programs).

Other recommended suppliers :: Amy and Mike's half mud/half white chocolate cake was made by the fabulous Gina from Cakes Actually. I especially love this element of Amy + Mike's day - the cake is simple, much like the rest of their styling. I just adore the subtle rope detailing around each layer {a nod to the design element on their stationery} and the use of stripes once again to finish. Amy's makeup artist, Donna Sullivan, is also highly recommended. The proof is in the picture - Amy and the girls look absolutely divine!

Tips and advice for other brides :: Amy has the following advice for brides to be:
1. Don't panic about the weather - the rain will always clear.
2. Relax and try and take in as much of the day as you can.
3. Try and put your own personal touch on as many aspects as possible. It makes it feel just that little bit more special.
4. Buy two pairs of shoes - one pair of heels for the start of the day and one of pair of flats for the dance floor.
5. You can never have too many candles.

Most treasured moment of the day :: "Definitely seeing each other in the church for the first time." The couple mentions spending time with the bridal party on a friends boat in between the ceremony and reception was a highlight and an opportunity they simply couldn't pass up! It provided a fun environment to get some more photos and for the couple to have a chance to relax, even with the all the attention from passing citycats and people waving from office buildings!

Creative/Personal Touches
:: Amy and Mike asked a friend to sing at the ceremony - 'To Have You' by The Sundance Kids - a song the couple loved from the moment they heard it. Although Amy never had the chance to meet her, Mike gave Amy his late grandmother's ring to wear on the day, whom he was very close to. Amy and Mike decided to recreate 'Alto Crush' cocktails for their guests to enjoy with their canapes at the reception - a cocktail the couple shared on their very first date. Deciding against a photobooth, the couple decided to have a 'photowall,' shot by Nat McComas, where guests could choose from a variety of props to use in their photo (Nat stayed to cover Amy + Mike's reception). This is another one of my favourite elements - I just love that bold black and white backdrop that the couple sourced from Covered Linen (who also supplied those gorgeous striped table runners). Lastly, Amy had custom cufflinks made for Mike, with their initials {M+A} and the date of their wedding {8.4.11}. Amy also had them made for her father and father-in-law, complete with their initials.

[Photos copyright Nat McComas]

The Details
Stationery chosen :: 'Hello Sailor' in custom colour and 'navy' from our colour chart - save the date cards, invitation, recovery & rsvp cards, placecards, individual guest menus, cocktail, ceremony and photo wall signage, favour tags and table seating chart.

Invitation Suite

"Thank you so much for your prompt, reliable and personal service. With Love played such an integral part in the success of our wedding - you really were fantastic! Our customised save the dates, invites and the other stationery pieces were fabulous and exactly what we wanted.
Amy + Mike x

Amy and Mike, thank you so much for sharing the details of your wedding day with us - we hope your life together as husband and wife is a blissfully happy one. For more nautical-inspired details, view our 'Nautical Nuptials' inspiration board here.

With love to you and yours
Jackie xo

Psst... stayed tuned for an all new section on our website showcasing the work we've been doing over the last few months - coming soon!