For Stylish Calligraphy: @thestyledwritingco
Henrietta Martindale founded Styled Writing Company – a calligraphy and design studio – following a life-long love affair with handwriting and a background in event planning. Inspired by clean lines and natural textures, the aesthetic is elegant and simple. The studio also provides a fully immersive and bespoke approach to each client – bringing their stationery vision to life through beautiful, hand-inked detailing.
For Pretty Candlesticks: Issy Granger
A London based home-ware designer, whose eclectic and joyful style shines through in her creations, Issy Granger’s exquisite glass candlesticks are mouth-blown and hand-painted by artisans in Cairo. Because everything is handmade, no two are quite the same, either – perfect for a stylish wedding table and for using time and again.
For Effortless Bridalwear: Clover London
Born out of a desire to establish a reasonably-priced range of bridal dresses which struck the balance between high-street and made-to-measure, Clover London is the new made-to-order bridal brand offering timeless dressed at an accessible price point. The 10-piece collection, all of which is made from 100% silk, includes pretty bows, puff sleeves, centre splits and elegant separates – all for around the £1,000 mark.
For Pretty Facemasks: Emilia Wickstead
With facemasks still a part of our lives for the immediate future, make sure your bridal mask is extra special. The Emilia Wickstead wallpaper flowers mask is made from 100% Italian cotton bibano and comes with a pretty matching pouch. With bow detailing and elasticated straps, it’s machine washable and perfect for after the big day, too.
For Incredible Florals: June In March
Founder of luxury floral design company June in March, Emily Baylis is the woman responsible for those seriously Instagrammable floral installations you often see in restaurants and hotels around the UK and Europe. Having worked with a plethora of high-end fashion labels, her creations have also gone on display at the Chelsea Flower Show and The Venice Biennale. Thankfully, her floral displays are also available for weddings, and in February this year, the brand launched its first ever bouquet shop on their website.
For Eco Stationery: The Seed Card Company
If you’re thinking of opting for sustainable wedding stationery, The Seed Card Company offer a pretty range of beautifully designed eco-friendly wedding suites. All made from post-consumer wastepaper, embedded with wildflowers and printed with vegan inks, the plantable wedding stationery is pre-designed – and comes with personalisation options – to make giving back to the environment a stylish and eco-conscious affair for your special day.
For a UK Minibreak: Settle
If you’re looking for a beautiful place to totally switch off once Covid restrictions are lifted, Settle might be the choice for you. Set in Norfolk, within 30 acres of gorgeous parkland, they offer luxurious repurposed railway carriages, canvas safari tents and pretty handcrafted cabins with lake views, woodland walks and beautiful views. Working with the local community, the team are believers in sustainable, slow living, too.
For Styling Advice: P.S. OnLine Styling
Launched in 2020 by celebrity stylist Ella-Louise Gaskell, P.S. Online Styling offers in-person and virtual styling, including a bridal service. With advice based on your budget, they aim to make finding your dress, accessories and shoes a stress-free experience. The team works with some of the biggest bridal brands out there, and can also help secure discounts and offers. If the rest of your wedding party need help, too – including mothers, maids and the groom – they’re happy to advise.