Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Meticulous Ink

I was absolutely delighted to hear that Meticulous Ink would be exhibiting at the Fair as I’ve had my eye on their beautiful paper products for some time.  Based in the heart of artisan Bath, Athena Cauley-Yu and Charlie Cumming will ensure every element of your wedding stationery reflects you and your perfect day.

Your wedding invitation is the first introduction to your guests and Meticulous Ink can help set the tone, letting friends and family know whether it’s a traditional, relaxed or more outrageous event.  From the choice of letterpressed, engraved or embossed paper to the style of print, each item will be a completely individual, unique design.  From Save the Date cards to the Order of Service, they can customize and print every element of your wedding stationery in whatever format and colour, however elaborate you want.  It’s a fully bespoke design service.  
Intensely passionate about paper both Athena, a stationery designer and typesetter and Charlie, a dedicated illustrator and printer, front this exclusive company and they use beautiful vintage presses dating from 1870 to 1960 alongside time-honoured techniques to achieve that authentic vintage style.

Booking an appointment with Athena is highly recommended.  She’s an invitation specialist and offers personal consultations.  There are so many options for bespoke printing and here you can get the very best advice on the finest options to suit your wedding alongside some vintage inspiration.  Being a small company, they work hard to achieve printing at a very high standard and make sure every order is different to the next.  They’ll oversee your project throughout, from the consultation to design through to the inking of the press and all the quality checking in between.  Taking their inspiration from vintage posters and books to modern designers across the globe, your wedding stationery will be as unique as you wish it to be or as classic as you prefer.  Everything is meticulous in every way.  I can’t wait to see what samples they bring to the Fair in February.

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