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Wedding stationery is such an important part of the wedding preparations. It is the first glimpse your guests will get of the tone or feel of your day. It is the way they will gain all the information needed and it is one of the only things they will keep as a memory of your day. All these factors make stationery an area of your wedding planning that really does need some thorough consideration. Today I would like to introduce you to Anon Designer the brainchild of Erica and Lyndsey who set up this fab stationery company earlier in the year. Their designs are fun, contemporary and accessible, perfect for any Boho Bride. I’m sure you will find something you love in this beautiful collection!
What made you start your business
With a mutual love for creative design we have both worked in the industry for over 10 years and wanted to branch out into our own less corporate design world. Working on designs that we love, in areas that we are passionate about, with things that inspire us every day we found we worked really well together. We wanted the same goals, to achieve our own successful creative business balanced with our family home lives.
When Did you Start
Where are you based
In Sunny(!) Devon
What sort of geographical area do you cover
We can cater for any area, the great thing about our industry is that we aren’t limited by location or distance. Wherever you are we’d be happy to work with you
What were you doing before you started Anon Designs
We have both worked in the creative industry since university, but in much more corporate sectors. Erica was Creative Manager for a web development company and Lyndsey was Creative and Marketing Manager for a print production company
How would you describe your style
We have a really varied collection of designs, we love anything from vintage florals, to quirky nauticals and all in between! We get inspired by so many different things that we can’t help inject them into our style.
What is your biggest achievement so far in your business
Finalists at the South West Wedding Awards, being accepted onto Not on the High Street.
What makes you different to your competitors
We think being a strong feminine duo gives us a nice edge. With a grounded ethos on keeping things beautiful but affordable.
What do you enjoy most about your job
Being able to design lovely things for lovely people. Seeing designs created for the most special of days in people’s lives – weddings, christenings, births – it’s so nice to be a tiny part of that
What sort of couple do you think you attract
We think our client base is fairly varied. Anything from the couple with a classic traditional style, to those wanting a bold bright wedding. We think we offer something for everyone.
What would be your ideal wedding to work on
Ooh that’s a tough one, we love a good cider drinking, barn dancing, bunting covered shindig. But equally a classic hamptons beachside wedding would be amazing too
Can you give our Boho Readers a little information about your pricing structure
Our invitations start from £2 each, with supporting elements such as RSVP & info cards for £1 each, belly bands at 70p and envelope liners at 30p. On the day stationery such as order of service at £2 each and menu cards at £1.50. There is a lot more than this on offer in the range and the price reduces for orders over 100 and then again over 150. www.anondesigner.co.uk/pricing
What is your ideal way to spend a day off
In the fresh air with our husbands and kiddies, enjoying the South West beaches and countryside, with a good picnic!
What can you never leave the house without
Notebook and camera, but sadly also wet wipes these days
Who would be your 5 dream dinner guests dead or alive
Marvin Gaye, Roald Dahl, Jack Black, J K Rowling, Cath Kidston
What would you do if you won the lottery
A giant holiday with all our besties, followed by the ability to concentrate fully on building our business!
If you weren’t running your business, what would you be doing
Working in the creative industry in some form.
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