If you’re a quirky couple who love all things vintage, then Something Kinda Cute has the wedding stationery for you. Their handmade collections are created with love in mind and inspired by your hopes, dreams and desires.
Founder and owner Shell Lewis is a graphic designer and all round creative who started the business after creating stationery for her own wedding. She loved the process so much and had so many more ideas, she wanted to share them, and so Shell and her husband Craig began Something Kinda Cute. Shell specialises in a quirky vintage-inspired line of wedding stationery and offers a personal bespoke service with a professional finish. Her team will work closely with you to help create a design that really says something about you as a couple and still suits the type of wedding you’re planning. Of course, if time is of the essence, they have lots of lovely pre-designed collections available. Take a look at the gallery and be spoilt for choice. Each design can be customised with your choice of text and colours, from the beautiful 'Vintage Garden' range to the super fun 'Rockin' 50's Diner'.You can contact Shell via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or find Something Kinda Cute on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget to check out their gloriously vintage website and get lost in their gallery of stationery. For lovers of beautiful, bespoke and quirky stationery, look no further!
When she’s not designing, Shell and her hubby also run a really successful vintage wedding fair in Wales, the Something Kinda Vintage Wedding Fair. In Swansea's beautiful and historic Brangwyn Hall, with over 45 amazing vintage and vintage-inspired exhibitors (including a few from Bristol!), there's Iive music, a vintage tea parlour, burlesque performances, workshops and a fashion show. Shell and Craig will also be setting up shop soon in a new vintage and local design boutique in central Cardiff. An art, design and vintage 'hub', Hubbard's Cupboard will support local talent by forming a big collective community. Shell and Craig are already planning 'DIY Bride' workshops where you can learn how to create cost-effective styling solutions for your wedding, in a fun and sociable environment. They're not resting there... They've teamed up with the owners of Hubbard's Cupboard to create a vintage wedding market in the heart of Cardiff!
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