Monday, 22 February 2010

latest testimonial

I cannot recommend EB1 invitations highly enough. Their stationery is absolutely gorgeous and the service they provide is excellent - very prompt delivery, and lots of help via email from Elaine. We were very disorganised in our planning but despite this she was able to get our orders to us in plenty of time with no hassle. I have had such lovely comments from guests about the invitations too. Sarah Davidson

baileys home and garden store

Been to the amazing and inspirational Bailey's home store near Hereford - If you're into repair, recycling, reusing and rethinking philosophy, then this is the place for you.

The things they sell are a surprising mix of vintage and new from a variety of sources. Abandoned bobbins from old textile mills turn up on our shelves as egg timers, lamp bases or string holders; scraps of floor board become mirror frames, tables or even kitchen units.

When they're not rescuing and recycling, they design simple useful products with a subtle sense of humour and nice labels. They also source some things from small family run companies who have been making the same things for generations - such as beautiful Burleigh pottery - still made in Stoke-on-Trent.

Their biggest project so far has been the move to Whitecross Farm - it's taken about 2 years to sympathetically restore and repair the run down buildings and turn them into our store, which is definitely worth a visit.

They have a wedding list service and for those who haven't yet ordered your handmade wedding invitations, please visit

Monday, 15 February 2010

wedding reception - menu

A tasteful card with all the details of the menu for your special day. 

The menu is finshed with a satin ribbon that follows the theme of your handmade wedding invitations and is perfectly coordinated with place names, napkin holders and table numbers from the collection. Depending on the size of your reception tables, you order one for each guest or a few for each table for your guests share.

Monday, 8 February 2010

order of service

An essential item to get your guests involved in your wedding ceremony and make them feel part of the day. 

The attractive folded card, personalised and following the theme of your handmade wedding invitations, has a paper insert printed on four sides. If you are marrying in a church your Order of Service will usually contain your entrance music, hymns, prayers, marriage and blessing. For civil ceremonies, the content my vary. 

Order one for each couple or single guest attending the service. 

Please visit to see all our collections.


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