Tina Arsenault’s Annapolis Valley graphic design and letterpress studio uses 19th century equipment and traditional handset type to make wedding invitations and stationery that your guests will want to save, maybe even frame.
A CREATIVE DESTINY STATIONERY AND DESIGN
Since 2012 this small Annapolis Valley based graphic design studio has been specializing in custom wedding stationery that compliments your wedding style and also captures your personality. Check out Ashley Foster’s portfolio of invites, save the dates and other wedding stationery here.
902-691-1224 , creativedestiny.ca
Diana Metlege’s DiM Designs specializes in affordable custom wedding stationery including invitations, RSVPs, menus, place cards, programs and seating charts. No design or set-up fees and free consultations you can choose from 100s of pre-designed sets, or customize your own.
DULY NOTED STATIONERY
When the outside of the package is as important as its inside, you’ll want to buy your wrapping paper, ribbons and cards from Duly Noted. But the downtown letter-writer’s heaven is also a pro when it comes to wedding stationery. Browse invitation albums in the store for inspiration or get their in-house designer to create a custom look just for you.
104-5431 Doyle Street, 902-446-5605, dulynoted.ca
LUPIN DESIGN STUDIO
Graphic and digital media designer Andrea MacDonald is the artist behind Lupin’s beautiful work. Her gorgeous fonts and clean layouts make for stationery that’s as romantic as the events that it commemorates.
902-449-6492, email@example.com, lupindesign.com
Long time Duly Noted designer Rebecca Dimock heads out on her own with Paper Chain, a small greeting card line based in Halifax.
PAPER PONY CO.
Classically trained painter and teacher Nicole Rideout started making wedding stationery as a favour to a family member. But then word got out—her personalized, creative illustrations were something special. “I just want people to walk away with their own one-of-a-kind piece of art,” she says.