11 Local Artists You Can Tap to Customize Your Wedding Stationery

Your invitation basically sets the tone and theme of your wedding, giving your guests an idea of what to expect on your big day. There are a lot of other things that can complement it too, such as wedding signages, menu and place cards, and seating charts, among others. What simpler way to make a lasting impression than by customizing your stationery for your wedding? Show guests your personality as a couple by collaborating with theseย calligraphers, watercolorists, and illustrators to do the creative execution. Check out these talented artists that you can work with for one-of-a-kind wedding stationery!

 

1. Andrea and Jerikka of Type and Treats

Florals on these personalized gift tags ๐ŸŒน

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2. Oats Tiu of Oats DIY

 

3. Rachel Araja-de Luna of The Artist Scientist

I love how I'm involved in every wedding preparation, witnessing the couple's vision from concept til the big day. For this particular invite, @aizkristha wished to have a romantic-fairytale wedding with blush, champagne and gold as the color palette. From there, I created a mood board that reflects charm and elegance and came up with a custom invitation suite aligned to such style. Swipe left to see more of how all of the elements of this wedding just came so perfectly together ๐Ÿ™‚ @aizkristha is the sweetest bride ever and she did tap amazing vendors to make her dream fairytale wedding come true Photography : @marloncapuyanphotography Bridal Gown: @jazelsy Bridal Bouquet: @weddingsbyvatelmanila Bridal Shoes: @jimmychoo Printing: @101folkstreet #bridestoryph

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4. Val Martin

 

5. Fatima Al-Hussaini of The Letter Belle

 

6. Katrina of The Word Affair

 

7. Kat Santos of The Paper Cat

Invite for the baptism of little Ulap, @mitzivillanueva's niece! โค

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8. June Digan

 

9. Richelle of Oceanchelle

It's 2 weeks till the end of the year and I'm still trying new things and writing on everything. Tried "writing" on brass this time by making myself a script alphabet bangle at the @soulflowerco metal etching workshop. It looks like script written on slightly crumpled paper. (Forgive the shaky camerawork.) I have to say, being a girl and knowing how to work a nail file is definitely an advantage when making kind of tiny things out of brass. I made a bangle, 2 sets of earrings, a ring, and a stack of skinny bangles. So much filing and sanding (and sweating) goes into each piece, (OMG like you wouldnt believe!) but it is such a rewarding experience. Would I make alphabet bangles for other people? – Only if I really REALLY loved you and @studio925ph let me book workshop time (I cannot afford to buy power tools!), maybe I would. Super duper thank you @maievangelista for your patience and guidance. (and your playlist absolutely rocks) #calligraphy #calligraphyph #cursive #script #handwritten #handmadefont #alphabet #flourishforum #takeprideinpenmanship #brass #Studio925ph #SoulFlower

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10. First of April

 

11. Zurike of The Letter Studio

 

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