10 cute creative touches for your big day via weddingsonline.ie

I was delighted when I found out that I had been mentioned in weddingsonline’s blog post. That was a happy day 😀 A while back but a happy one. They share some fantastic ideas to add a little cuteness and creativeness to your big day. Like the Fingerprint Guest Book that you can hang up on your wall as a keepsake.

Calligraphy will always add a very special touch to your wedding, event or milestone birthday. And, without a doubt, your guests will slip their escort and place cards into their handbags or top pocket. It is a little extra special touch to your big day. A finishing detail to your table decor.

If you want too and have the time you can teach yourself calligraphy – there are so many channels on YouTube that you can choose from. I’d suggest that you get all your tools. There are not that many to get and easily brought online. And, give it a go.

I will at some stage get it together and do a YouTube “How to” video.

If you would like me to inscribe your wedding stationery – send me a quick message. I’m always happy to make time to have a chat.

Have a great day!

New Ross Town Archives

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I know I know I haven’t written to you all in a while. Let me tell you what I’ve been up to – pavement pounding introducing myself to local businesses and prominent people in New Ross. I ended up in a local politician’s office to whom when I showed my portfolio to he said “you’d appreciate seeing the town archives” he promptly picked up his mobile and organised it for me.

What a privilege it turned out to be. I was taken aback at the beauty of the lettering. The illumination of the capital letters. Imagine what it would have been like way back when the printing press and computer fonts didn’t exists. A scribe with a simple dip pen and produced the most amazing work. I have to say that I was totally in awe of the The Original Town Charter which dates back to the 14th Century. But then,  when I was given the meeting books well from a Calligraphers point of view I was in “happy land.” Looking at the lettering and the ornamentation.

As you can imagine I walked away inspired