- I create individually tailored and entirely bespoke designs to suit the couple's wishes.
- Hand drawn elements are integrated into the design with digital text to provide stationery that is unique and modern.
- I get deeply involved in the process, and put a lot of thought and care into each scheme that I create.
- I use elements that are opposing yet complimentary to create a balanced aesthetic.
- My designs are simple, modern and eclectic
My name is Holly Rees and I am a wedding stationery and branding designer based in Greenwich, London. I offer couples a tailored design service for their stationery and aim to provide them with something deeply considered and special. I love styling and creating palettes, combining colours and textures and refining the concept for a stationery suite that is completely unique to the couple.
All invitations are designed with great care and attention to detail. I can provide all wedding stationery, from Save the dates and Invitations, through to menus and order of services. I especially love drawing maps and integrating a drawing of the venue into the stationery. I find designing wedding stationery to be a wonderfully creative process and one that is also extremely enjoyable and rewarding.
With 12 years of experience in the design industry, I have learnt to appreciate the importance of presentation, composition, the use of colour and the ability to refine concepts to create something simple yet effective. I use patterns, motifs and colours that inspire me from the worlds of interior design, advertising, weddings and graphics.
What Makes Us Unique…
My designs are synonymous with simplicity, modernism and eclecticism. I love combining opposing qualities, using elements that seem like they shouldn’t work together, but do. By creating a balance between opposing styles, this adds an element of charm to my stationery, which can reflect the personalities of the couple or theme of the wedding.
I love to draw and to integrate these hand drawn elements, such as wildflower wreaths and botanicals into the stationery. This gives the design a boho, eclectic element, which compliments the opposing classic touches. I tend to steer away from fussy, “hand made” or anything overly ornamental and try to maintain an aesthetic that is quite fresh and inclusive.