Bridal Designer Claire Pettibone Has Launched a Stationery Line for Wedding Paper Divas

Bridal designer Claire Pettibone. Photos courtesy of the designer.

Bridal designer Claire Pettibone. Photos courtesy of the designer.

Bridal designer Claire Pettibone has got to turn out some of the most feminine and romantic gowns going down the aisle today, so when I heard that she was launching a line of stationery for Wedding Paper Divas, the online purveyor of really lovely wedding invitations, save-the-dates, thank-you cards, you name it, I could almost picture what her design aesthetic would look like when transferred to paper … and I have to say, they’re pretty close!




There are 12 different suites in the collection—with a few more debuting later this month—featuring everything from save-the-dates and escort cards to programs and menus. The designs range from dreamy to edgy to rustic, and of course, each piece is completely customizable when it comes to details, wording and layout.

Says the designer of her first-ever foray into paper goods:

“I’m all about the details when it comes to stationery, and believe the invitation is the first hint at a couple’s style. It’s the first chance to romance guests, give them a taste of the celebration to come and illustrate each couple’s unique love story.  After months of collaboration, I’m so excited to finally make this line available to couples.”

Well, we can't argue with her there. Two pretty designs below; see the rest here.

Midnight Bouquet by Claire Pettibone for Wedding Paper Divas.

Midnight Bouquet by Claire Pettibone for Wedding Paper Divas.

Earthly Paradise by Claire Pettibone for Wedding Paper Divas.

Earthly Paradise by Claire Pettibone for Wedding Paper Divas.

 

So what do you think? Any Claire Pettibone brides out there think they'll keep with the designer when it comes to your invites? 

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