Here’s a sneak preview of several brand new card designs we’ve produced exclusively for a local baby clothing and toy store, but soon they’ll be available to buy here. With a unique Scandinavian natural woodland theme, each card is created with either boys or girls in mind, but there will be designs which also suit new parents where the gender isn’t known. So with a mix of earthy browns, lush greens, colourful toadstools, ladybirds and other cute details, we hope you’ll find the perfect design to congratulate any lucky new born in your life.
These new baby cards will be on sale later in November, but if you simply can’t wait then email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you live in Bristol then visit Gentle Baby Things on North Street!
I always like to blog about local companies so when I found Bristol Vintage I just had to broadcast it. It has everything you need from crockery, bunting, jugs of wild flowers and even wind-up gramophones to make your day a day to remember. They cover the whole of the south west co-founded by Ali Cook & Katie Daniels. Between them they have over 10 years experience organising boutique events, weddings, parties and film premieres. A really beautiful website and look out for SlaterSparke Ltd on their blog!
Its alway nice to find a local company you can recommend. Albert Palmer Photography is a Bristol based photographer who has a love of photographing people and capturing those special moments we all tend to forget. He has a great website where you can view other peoples weddings along with pricing and more details about Albert Palmer and the way he likes to work. There’s also a great 1920s themed wedding on the website for ideas and inspirations.
I was excited to discover that Bristol & Somerset Your Wedding Magazine have chosen to feature our ‘Grace’ design in this month’s issue!
This is part of their ‘Statement Stationery’ article and we’re very pleased to have SlaterSparke included as one of their top invitation designers. Thank you to the editor who got in contact with us and asked for images and details. Grace was highlighted as an example of how lace can be incorporated to give a vintage look and I think it looks great.
You can find this Dec/Jan issue of Your Wedding at WH Smith, Borders and other independent newsagents, and you can find out more about this publication at www.yourbristolsomersetwedding.co.uk. It’s a wonderful glossy magazine, packed with loads of ideas and especially useful for brides to be in the west of England.
Look out for more press appearances for SlaterSparke in 2010 when we’ll start a new marketing campaign and launch more new stationery designs.
I wanted to let all you Bristol gals know about ‘The Mews’ bridal shop! Its located in Clifton Village, Bristol. Its a lovely boutique bridal shop that stocks Amanda Wakeley, Suzanne Neville & much much more. Run by Diane & Gail I can guarantee they will make you very welcome and help you choose the dress of your dreams, with the WOW factor of this small boutique shop!