Rachel is a designer specialising in vintage-inspired contemporary paper goods. Her product range includes giftwrap, greeting cards, journals, gift bags and boxes. She’s been designing since 2000 and originally sold her products to the wholesale market, but as her reputation grew, a retail business was added. She now has many and varied customers throughout the United Kingdom as well as the States, Europe & Australia.
These gorgeous giftwrap designs have been featured in The Sunday Times Style Magazine, Homes and Antiques Magazine, Vogue, Country Homes and Interiors, Coast and Country Living Magazine, as well as in The Pattern Sourcebook by Drusilla Cole.
Rachel is also the brains behind The Wedding Blog Designer. She has a range of bespoke wedding stationery, journals, blogs and decorations that she’ll be bringing to this years’ Fair.
With her Wedding invitations, she can incorporate personal photographs and wording into the wedding design to create a bespoke invitation. They’re a fantastic idea. Each invitation is full colour front and back, and each order delightfully and individually vintage.
Her wedding blogs are a wonderful on-line resource available for the wedding couple and their guests too. No more bits of paper falling out of your wedding invitation, instead you can use your wedding blog to include everything; the wedding list, details of the church and reception venue, maps and directions, local accommodation and transport, contact details, details of the stag and hen nights, and a display of wedding and honeymoon photographs. It’s got all your wedding details in one place!
You can find out more about her products and designs on her website, check out the wedding blog designs here and find her on Facebook and Twitter. Oh and do make sure you come and visit her at the Fair. She’ll be exhibiting her 'Wedding Bells' Fairy Lights - a string of 20 fairy lights for indoor use. The 'Wedding Bells' gift set comes in a variety of designs and is packed in a white box with a clear perspex lid. Lovely.