Home sweet home

Home sweet home, wishing I could have hung out here all day.  Instead I was diving straight back into work with endless meetings - which on the upside meant I could temporarily ignore the enormous piles of holiday washing that needed my attention xo

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Studio for hire!

To celebrate our 10th birthday we're going back to our roots in the studio to have a fun packed and creative Summer.


We are really excited to be hosting workshops and events in our space - from business workshopsprint making workshops to sample sales and open days.


From the 1st May you can hire our studio on a half or a full day rate perfect for photo shoots, small workshops, meetings with clients or events.

The studio is a beautiful calm white space with lots of natural light having 4 large double Windows and a skylight and is in the roof meaning it has a lovely high pitched ceiling.

The All Important Details

  • Half day (from 9.00-1.00pm or 1.00-5.00pm) or a Full day rate (9.00-5.00pm) 
  • Half day £65 / Full day £100 plus refundable deposit and VAT

We also have a board room available that takes 10 around a large interchangeable table for those all important* meetings.

The studio is only available to be booked when the whole team are off site from Wednesday to Saturday.

Contact studio@abigailwarner.com for more information.


We have two beautiful hot foil printers in the studio which means we can now offer professional foiling services for businesses and clients - contact studio@abigailwarner.com for more information.


As well as being a busy wedding and design studio we also put our expert knowledge to work on branding and print design projects for creative businesses - contact hello@abigailwarner.com for more information.

*Just add cake

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Cornwall and the wedding!

Our Cornwall trip has been an absolute dream.

Easter holidays road tripping our 'green and pleasant' land in our van was the bomb - although naturally we did check into a hotel for a few days for the wedding, which was sweeeeet!

Waking up for a gorgeous wedding in a pretty castle with lovely people - by the sea - with lots of sunshine!

And we were totally blessed with the weather - I'm putting together a little guide on our travels.

Peace out xo

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Across the map of England

A week has been perfectly filled with reflecting on London meetings, which collided with great locations, colour testing typos, and lunching with mother.  Now we have our glamper-van packed, fuelled and ready for the long windy road to Lands End - that is Cornwall!

Matilda is doing her spring dance in excitement to be by the seaside xo


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20 Things About Me

I was recently asked to take part in a 20 things about me on Instagram and I would normally totally ignore  shy away from anything that involves tagging - but I like the person who tagged me and I thought it might be fun - so here you go - there are lots of things about me already out there - so I've picked some quite personal details.

1. I’m very lucky that my parents instilled in me from a young age that I can do and be whatever I set my heart on and they totally encouraged my curious and creative mind. I have to understand the how and why and am a bit of a Hermione Grainger. It makes learning new things a lo-ong process but 2017 is the year I'm learning lots of new hobbies -but am keeping them to myself for now #havetobegoodatsomethingbeforeicanshare
2. I am the youngest of 3 - I have two brothers (I think that’s why I’m so competitive).
3. My parents personalised everything for us - you name it had my name on it - I think thats why I love the personalised trend so much.
4. My family nick name is Tabitha (and variations thereof - Tibby, Botty - basically anything except my actual name) - which is Abigail Mary-Louise Warner.
5. I didn’t take a traditional career route (is there such a thing?) and joined the Royal Navy on my 18th birthday (so I don’t have a formal design background - even though I now have a Degree it’s not design related and I don’t think it’s necessary to have formal training in design to be good at it).
6. I was in the Royal Navy Showjumping team and had an accident whilst training for an event - which ended my Naval career (and my riding one - as I never quite recovered my nerve #boo) and my left arm can only move at 30% of its capacity.
7. I have a very frank, open and honest personality - sometimes a little too honest #nopokerface
8. But I like to think that my personality - is the reason I have the most amazingly loyal and wonderful gang of fabulous girlfriends - who would have my back for anything, and me them #passthespade
9. I am not a natural blonde - my hair is a deep mahogany (and grey!)
10. I adore leopard print and always have a splash of it (and rose quartz, citrine and moonstone) about my person.
11. I love super luxury - but equally love the great outdoors getting muddy and windswept in our camper van (he’s yellow and called Eric after Bananaman).
12. Staffordshire Bull Terriers are my favourite four legged friend - I’ve had two and I absolutely hate how judged and misunderstood they are.
13. I love white (if you’ve followed me for a while you probably know that already!) add splashes of gold, pink and green and I’m in heaven. My head is a pretty hectic space and I find that having a white canvas interior both at home and in my studio makes the noise in my head a little quieter (I also have tinnitus in my left ear so am literally speaking here!).
13. I live in a lovely Victorian terrace in the centre of Derby - we can never park the car (I walk or catch the train most places) and our garden is small - but we love it. It’s a 15 minute walk to my studio and in less than 5 minutes the other way you can be out in the countryside. I live with my boyfriend Liam, who is a web designer and our dog Matilda.
14. Cheese is my favourite food (Feta and Wensleydale specifically and very closely followed by the humble potato - in any form) and I will always pick the cheese board to finish dinner.
15. Whispering Angel is my favourite tipple - if you haven’t tried it you have to immediately!
17. I have a bath every single day without fail (always with Epsom salts to detox and my favourite candles lit) and then cover myself in Tom Ford Black Orchid - which everyone always comments on - totally recommend if you’re looking for a new scent or boyfriend.
18. I have a pretty fabulous Chanel collection (and general gorgeous handbag collection - I could probably start one of those hire services)
19. I’ve had a Vogue subscription since I was 13 and am pretty obsessed with fashion - but if you see me on a day that I’m not upto anything but work - you may be forgiven for thinking otherwise #baglady.
20. My favourite places in the world are my home, the Amalfi coast which feels like home having been a family vacay for-like-ever - and I'm lucky enough to visit every year, Paris where we had our third official date - which is why it features so heavily in our interiors, the Seychelles which I absolutely adore for a real holiday and London town which is actually my favourite city in the whole world.

So basically I couldn't fit this all on Instagram - which is why I decided to add a blog post and which is essentially why I don't get involved in things like this on social media - I've got too much to say.

AW xo

Images at PaperFest by Top Drawer from Alison McGuire

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Imogen Owen’s Modern Calligraphy

I was really excited to pop down to West Elm at Tottenham Court Road for the launch of my lovely friend - Imogen Owen's book Modern Calligraphy - it's absolutely beautifully written with wonderful photography and practical advice.

Imogen has been at the forefront of the calligraphy movement in the UK- and I was super pleased to have hosted her very first workshop at one of my pop up print making workshops over 3 years ago.



Jack Rabbits Lunch

After a super long week and a weekend of work ahead - a quick lunch stop with my wonderful Mum was the only cure for a long Friday in the studio - if you're looking a relaxing vegetarian pitstop - I totally recommend Jack Rabbits - there is also an outpost in Ashbourne xo


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Hot Foil-ing Around!

We're super excited in the studio to have taken delivery of two new print making machines.

The KSF 1 & KSF 3 from Metallic Elephant - lots more news on what we will be doing with these great machines in the coming months - but if you want to try your own hot foiling then I totally recommend the team over in Essex - their knowledge and professionalism is a breath of fresh air and the machines look really handsome in their dark blue finish in the studio - so much so we have popped the new workstations pride of place!



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