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{ Wedding Paper Parlour } Very Noble

Posted by Abbey on Nov 30, 2011

Welcome to my little wedding spot Noble Fine Art .

The fabulous North Yorkshire pair run an award winning design and print studio offering luxury social stationery, wedding stationery and business stationery.

The work that this über talented pair design is for letterpress print, which they print in house on the family farm {jealous, moi? never}.

They are also very well known for transforming photographs into beautifully etched works of art {which I have seen in person and they are truly beautiful}.

But without further ado.. onto to the Wedding Stationery..

"the theme of many of the suites of wedding stationery has been inspired by our love of the Arts & Crafts movement and Italy. The beautifully crafted work is entirely designed, created and hand finished in the Noble Fine Art studio."

Having had a good old look through their beautiful website I totally fell in love with Bouquet (featured).

"Simple and sophisticated, the Bouquet range has the letterpress printed line drawing of our Bride as a theme throughout the range. Designed to ensure that our quality letterpress printing and exceptional standard of hand finishing is available to all. Printed on 100% cotton board the Bouquet invitations look and feel luxurious and are fully customisable.."

I love love love. So elegant, it reminds me of vintage illustrations in Vogue.

Available with optional extras including personalised envelopes, calligraphy, information cards, your choice of ink, wax sealing and postal services. In fact I love the choice of Inks sooo much here you go...

So there you have it, LUXURY service with a smile.

Contact Noble Fine Art for more information on their services.

Design. Paper. Textiles. Pretty. Lovely.


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2 comments on “{ Wedding Paper Parlour } Very Noble

  1. Heidi Long on said:

    They are totally gorgeous I get married December 2012 and looking around for stylish winter stationery that has illustrative elements, and these are the kind of thing and oh the choice of colour of ink, genius!

    x Heidi x