Juris and James made their own wedding stationery, and opted for a sleek, masculine theme. They originally found it quite difficult to find stationery that fitted their brief, but eventually it all came together.
The invitations were presented on aged-looking paper, decorated with vintage style drawings of gentlemen on penny farthings. Juris found this motif and the couple thought it was perfect. James admits he ‘barked orders’ and supervised as Juris took on the tricky creative task of putting the invitations together.
The stylish wedding invitations went out to 28 day guests, and a further 50 evening guests, requesting their attendance at The Dorchester for a wedding which was much anticipated by their friends and family.