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STONE BARN AUTUMN WEDDING WITH MONOCHROME STATIONERY

Wedding venue Stone Barn in the Cotswolds is just as beautiful in the colder months as it is summer. Providing a cosy wedding atmosphere with roaring fires and an open kitchen for a memorable wedding day, which is exactly what Lucy and Tom had. I loved working on this stylish wedding day with a monochrome stationery palette and incredible flowers throughout by Go Wild Flowers. All the gorgeous details were captured by wedding photographers Ben & Ellie at Winnington & Coe.

The bride and groom smile holding hands as they walk through their wedding guests throwing confetti

Monochrome Wedding Stationery Styling

The wedding tables were set up as a gorgeous tablescape featuring curved stationery for a modern look, a mixture of candlesticks and tealights in glass jars and stunning greenery with pops of autumnal blooms in yellow, orange and red. Each arched table name was named after a destination the couple had travelled to. I hand calligraphered each one in white and then cut them to create the gorgeous curved shape.

A table name saying Maldives hand calligraphered in white on a curved black background.

For the place names, I designed frosted perspex circles that I hand calligraphered in black, which were layered on top of a crisp white linen napkin. To keep with the contemporary look the wedding menus were designed with black on white card with a calligraphy title and circular shape.

A circular wedding place name with black calligraphy on frosted perspex and a circular wedding menu.

Wedding Signage

Welcome wedding signs are great for welcoming your guests in a stylish way. For Lucy and Tom I designed with hand drawn calligraphy in black onto frosted Perspex, which was placed onto a rustic wooden easel.

A wedding welcome sign with black calligraphy on frosted perspex, styled with wedding flowers and placed on a wooden easel.

The table plan was created with white text on a black background. Calligraphy was used for each of the table names, alongside a simple and modern font and the sign was also placed on a wooden easel.

A table plan sign with white text and calligraphy on a black background, placed on a wooden easel.

Small signs are a lovely way to let guests know about any details of your wedding day. We continued the curved stationery for the smaller signage too, so all the stationery on the day had a cohesive look.

A small curved sign saying sweets and treats designed with black calligraphy on frosted perspex.

Lucy looked stunning in a modern bridal gown by Aleena Leena Bridal. An elegant, slim fitting gown with lace and bead detailing and a low back and hair styled with loose waves and tied into a low ponytail. How amazing is her floral bouquet?!

The bride and groom pose with parents outside the wedding venue. The bride holds a wedding bouquet.

Lucy’s bridesmaids looked gorgeous wearing emerald green halter neck maxi dresses.

The bride, 5 bridesmaids in emerald green dresses and a flower girl walk outside smiling

Tom’s groomsmen looked stylish with black suit jackets, bow ties and crisp white shirts. Tom also wore a waistcoat.

The groomsmen all smile at the groom as he talks, all wearing black suits with black bow ties.

I loved working on Lucy and Tom’s wedding stationery and wish them all the best for the future. Here’s some more images from their gorgeous wedding day…..

The bride stands in front of the mirror as 2 bridesmaids arrange the back of her dress

The bride and groom smile and embrace in front of their wedding guests as part of the wedding ceremony

The bride and groom sit down and pose smiling as they face each other

The bride and groom on the dance floor for their first dance, underneath a beautiful floral display.

Luxury Wedding Stationery

Are you thinking about your wedding stationery for your big day? I have lots of inspiration for wedding stationery and signage on my website and my Instagram account. Have a look and contact me here if you would like to go ahead with a wedding stationery order or have any questions.


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Photographer: Winnington & Coe

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