We are please to announce Lovestationery have added one additional wedding show to our Autumn season.
Sunday 20th September 2016 10am – 3pm
Double Tree by Hilton
Nottingham NG8 6AZ
We will have many of our previous designs and some new 2016 samples for you come along and see.
Day wedding invitation
We have just added some new samples of our work to our gallereies we are sure you will be inspired by some of them if not all.
There are wedding save the dates
Day wedding invitations
Evening wedding invitations
Wedding table plans
and much much more
The old sixpence coin was always known and remembered as “the lucky sixpence” and had a long tradition as a lucky wedding charm.
and a sixpence in her shoe………
It is often recited as the four “somethings”, and not including the sixpence.
Each item in this poem represents a good-luck token for the bride. If she carries all of them on her wedding day, her marriage will be happy. “Something old” symbolizes continuity with the bride’s family and the past. “Something new” means optimism and hope for the bride’s new life ahead. “Something borrowed” is usually an item from a happily married friend or family member, whose good fortune in marriage is supposed to carry over to the new bride. The borrowed item also reminds the bride that she can depend on her friends and family.
As for the colourful item, blue has been connected to weddings for centuries. to symbolize love, modesty, and purity.
Our range comprises a gift card for the bride and groom, which can be given to each other. or more traditionally from the father of the bride. The front carries the traditional poem.
The inside has a history of the lucky sixpence tradition.With a blank page for a message.
We also have a wedding favour “Lucky Sixpence” includes a card with a silver sixpence and the back of the card carries a personel message . Also a “Lucky Sixpence” placecard , which could double as a wedding favour.
A sixpence is a coin that was minted in Britain from 1551 to 1967. It was made of silver and worth six pennies. Many sources say this tradition began in the Victorian era.
It may also date back to a Scottish custom of a groom putting a silver coin under his foot for good luck.
For optimum fortune, the sixpence should be in the left shoe.
All our sixpences are original coins and cleaned.
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Here below is the Lovestationery stand at the recent Goosedale wedding show in Nottingham.
We have advertised Lovestationery wedding shows many times here, yet we have never really shown you just what we do at a wedding show.
Lovestationery stand front centre
Lovestationery stand at Goosedale wedding show March 2014
Left side of stand
We are really excited to be showing at the Wedding Show to be held at The Park Inn on Mansfield Road Nottingham this Sunday.
With over 60 exhibitors booked and 0ver 150 brides pe registered it is going to be great show!
One of the most exciting additions to the Lovestationery 2014 colour collection is our stunning new Geometric patterned collection. These are not your average geometrics. Envelopments designers have refined these smaller scaled patterns to give a structured, classic, heart-stopping designs. We are thrilled to able to offer 16 versions of 8 new patterns likeKnot,Jacquard, Link and Retro Circles
These you can use to make your wedding invitations different to any you may have seen before.
In all the total 34 new colours added to the range allow us to offer you the widest range of cardstock, enclosures, and envelopes to create the wedding invitations you deserve.
Call us on 01158 544631 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org for your free consultation at our Eastwood, Nottingham studio
We are pleased to share with you the additions to our range from Envelopments.
We know you will be inspired with the launch of 34 new colours to the range.
New Matte stocks like Sea Glass and Chai Latte and Metallic stocks like Middleton Blue and Canary Diamond, a beautiful Duplex Metallic stock.
These exciting new Rubber Stamps added to our collection offers you even more unique options for you wedding invitations. Call us on 01158 544631 or e-mail
email@example.com for your free consultation at our Eastwood, Nottingham studio.
Watch this space for news on our new Geometric patterns
So, before moving on to our 2014 wedding invitations a look back to of our favourite wedding invitations of 2013.
A wedding in Paris
We liked this one as the actual wedding invitation had highlights and the Eiffel Tower created in a gold foil to add an extra piece of luxury and uniqueness to the invitation.
For the save the date invitation we took inspiration from the Eiffel Tower theme to use the tower as the letter A in Save the Date and so tie the 2 pieces of the wedding invitation together.
Here is a great play with the bride and groom names to give a black and white theme to their wedding.
Being Christmas and the brides name we added the Holly trim to the invitation inserts
Black and white themed wedding invitation
Here we are designing your invitations in March and it is snowing hard outside, what has happened to spring!!!
So here are a couple of idea’s for a spring themed wedding invitation.